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Sunday, October 14 • 4:00pm - 5:15pm
3D Shorts

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Cosmic Journey   (USA)
Director: Jonathan Kitzen
Runtime: 20 mins
Journey through the universe among stunning new stereoscopic rendered images from Hubble and Cassini which have been imparted with new found depth and motion. Audiences are immersed in amazing depth of the clouds of Jupiter and Saturn and scores of gaseous nebula. With an engaging sound mix and informational graphics, to help the viewer understand what they are seeing, audiences will get a sense of the scale and natural beauty of space like no film has ever before been able to deliver.

The War of Wars   (USA)
Kalisti Media
Runtime: 20 mins
Using a collection of over 10,000 never-before-seen stereo photos from the battlefield, and the first combat film ever taken, SOMME gives life to the past by using the voices of contemporary combat veterans to share their own stories of battle. The film centers on the Battle of the Somme which was the largest battle in human history claiming six times the casualties of D-Day just in the first opening hours, and where the British lost more men then they did in all of WW2. Somme is a somber reminder of the realities of war not just on the battlefield but within the minds of those who have to experience it first hand. It is both a historical film and a tale of contemporary issues at the same time and puts the viewer in the perspective and mind of combat veterans. Available for special 1 week limited runs for veterans/armistice day 20 min, 40min 2D & 3D 2k, 4k.

Reality Clock   (USA)
Director: Amanda Tasse
Runtime: 8 mins
The Reality Clock is an experimental animated portrait of an elderly watchmaker's struggle to accept the influence of early stage Dementia on his identity and sense of time. The film was shot in full stereoscopic 3D, using stop-motion animation, live-action and time-lapse photography to further immerse the viewer in the internal experience of the character. The Reality Clock poetically references specific tests and dialog drawn from autobiographical works written by individuals with Dementia, while delicately expressing broader themes of loss. Through contemplating who the raw essence of a person is when stripped bare of new memories and rational clarity, The Reality Clock searches for a sense of beauty and peace amidst the confusion

Zombie Chic   (USA)
Director: Todd Cobery    
Runtime: 7 mins 
A stuffy, upscale dinner party is interrupted by the zombie apocalypse in this gory black comedy.

The Choice   (HUNGARY)
Director: Krisztian Koves
Runtime: 11 mins
A woman is faced with making a life or death choice. Which will she choose?

Sunday October 14, 2012 4:00pm - 5:15pm PDT
Terrace 28901 South Western Avenue, Rancho Palos Verdes, CA 90275