Friday, February 11, 2011

LA 3-D Movie Festival - Call for Entries

The LA 3-D Movie Festival is back again and now accepting entries. The festival is an annual event devoted to screening independent stereoscopic 3D films, organized by members of the Los Angeles 3-D Club (Stereo Club of Southern California), which has united 3D enthusiasts to advance the science and art of stereoscopy since 1955.

Eric Kurland, President of the LA 3-D Club, is also a 3D filmmaker - he recently won Best of Show – Live Action at the Stereoscopic Displays and Applications Convention 3D Theater for his stereography on "White Knuckles 3D" by OK Go.

See their press release below for details on entering.


The Los Angeles 3-D Club (SCSC) is now accepting entries to the 8th
Annual LA 3-D Movie Festival. The Festival's mission is to showcase the
best independent stereoscopic 3-D filmmaking from around the world. The
festival will take place on May 14-15th, 2011, at the Downtown
Independent Theater in Los Angeles. A jury of celebrity and film
judges will award prizes to the top entries. In addition, an
award will be given for the audience favorite.

Entries will be accepted in three categories:

Shorts under 10 minutes.
Shorts 10-40 minutes
Features over 40 minutes

Submission deadlines and entry fees are as follows:

$25 Early Deadline: March 18th, 2011
$30 Regular Deadline: April 1st, 2011
$40 Late Deadline: April 15th, 2011

Entry information is available at the festival website,

The LA 3-D Club (Stereo Club of Southern California) was established in
the Greater Los Angeles area in 1955 by a dedicated group of 3-D stereo
photographers to further the art and science of stereoscopic photography
and film. This is accomplished through monthly meetings which typically
include 3-D videos and slide projection programs, workshops, slide
competitions, field trips, discussions on 3-D ideas and techniques,
and many other 3-D related activities. For more info, visit

The Downtown Independent Theater is downtown Los Angeles' premiere
venue for screening independent film and video. The modern facility
features 236 Stadium style seats including 16 reclining sofa seats,
digital and 35mm projection, a lobby art gallery, and a rooftop
reception space. The LA 3-D Club has outfitted the theater with a dual
projector, polarized 3-D projection system and silver screen,
specifically for the screening of independent 3-D content. For more
info, visit

Technical questions and general inquiries can be sent to

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