Friday, December 14, 2012
The 9th annual LA 3-D Movie Festival, one of the longest-running (if not the longest-running) 3D film festivals, starts tonight, with the US premiere of "Robin Hood: Ghosts of Sherwood 3D".
On Saturday, the festival screens two blocks of 3D shorts:
Block 1: 3D Shorts in competition
The Charlatan by Tom Koester, Ray Zone
3D Fireworks 2012 - Dancing Phoenix by Takashi Sekitani
ATM by Andrew Murchie
The Heart’s Eye View by James LeGoy
OK Go - Skyscrapers by Trish Sie, Eric Kurland
Map of Forgotten Places by Jacob Mendel
The Babysitter by Dylan Pearce
Cycle 3D by Andrew Murchie
Metropolis in Miniature by Tom Koester
Intermission by Robert Howell, Don Hertzfeldt
Block 2: 3D Shorts in competition
Chompers Teaser by Jesse Blanchard
Tarang by Jonny Greenwald, Shyam K, Ganesh Rao
The Collection by Andrew Murchie
NSX Supercar by James Piechocki
OK Go - All Is Not Lost by OK Go, Trish Sie, Pilobolus, Eric Kurland
The Key by Stefan Schneider
Animated Amusements by Bob Venezia
Cheers Elephant - Balloon in the City by Ryan Suits
Moondog by Jacob Mendel
Hidden by Andrew Murchie
The Time to Start Moving Again by Hideyuki Asakura
The evening wraps up with a special presentation of "Maggie Simpson in 'The Longest Daycare'", Award Ceremony, and a screening of the U2 3D concert.
The festival ends on Sunday, Dec. 16th, with a 5PM tribute to Ray Zone. Tickets to the festival can be purchased here.
From Jim Cummings and San Francisco 3D Films comes a half-hour live action 3D short. There are more plastic flamingos than there are real ones...