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"Shadow Vision" film production goes from 2D to 3D Format

MarketWire carries the announcement that Empire Film Group's upcoming Shadow Vision will change from a 2D production to 3D, using the 'Real D' format. The film stars Vivian Schilling as a blind woman who develops the ability to remotely sense and visualize crimes.

"Movie goers want to be dazzled," said Empire Film Group CEO Dean Hamilton-Bornstein. "As big screens and home projection systems become more common, consumers are demanding a bigger, better movie experience from theatres. The 'Real D' 3D format meets this challenge as it delivers a stunning, perfectly sharp 3D image, free of frame jitter or left eye-right eye issues that plagued previous attempts at 3D exhibition."

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