The British animated “The Good The Bad and A Horse” is an 11 minute 4D experience that will premiere at attractions and theme parks this summer.
Archive for 3D Film
In 2nd part of our interview with Legend3D’s Barry Sandrew we discover that high frame rate movies are inevitable and the 3D Blu-ray market is heating up
Avatar producer Jon Landau reveals that Avatar 2 and 3 will break new ground by being the first film to use performance captured actors filmed underwater.
Europe’s largest cinema chain is testing the concept of only showing 3D versions of The Croods in selected sites to increase revenue
nWave Pictures acquires worldwide distribution rights to Penguins 3D for REALD, IMAX and giant screen 3D
Exclusive – Baz Luhrmann discusses the use of 3D to achieve a greater connection with the drama’s characters
In this exclusive feature, Ted Schilowitz from RED, the company who’s cameras were used on The Hobbit, explains the challenges high frame rate movies face.
Gareth Daley, 3D Camera Supervisor of The Hobbit, talks about the reasons for shoot at 48fps
Cinema chain Odeon & UCI will be screening The Hobbit in high frame rate 3D at 100 theatres across Europe.
Gallien Chanalet-Quercy, CEO & founder of Cow Prod, talks about the challenges and benefits of shooting extreme sport film, ‘Ride & Fly’ at 48 frames per second.