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Classic 3-D at Film Forum


Our friends at Film Forum have put together a revival of Hollywood's first 3-D Golden Age. From August 13-26, the repertory theater's silver screen will feature great 3-D films that first saw light in 1953-1954. Check the Film Forum website for a complete schedule, including classics such as Kiss Me Kate, Dial M for Murder, and House of Wax. This is a rare opportunity to see synchronized dual strip projection of the films in their full-color polarized glory.
Stay tuned for a special members event in connection with the August 14 showing of Gorilla at Large, one of the under-appreciated gems that will be screened during the festival.


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Gerald Marks:

Someone wrote, asking if there were any "not to be missed" films coming up, and I replied...

My personal favorite 3-D film ever is Kiss Me Kate. Great singing & dancing, all making fine use of the 3-D medium.

This fits in with my general feeling that Music Video is the best possible use for 3-D in motion.

The other musical, Those Redheads from Seattle, I have never seen, but plan to catch.

Don't miss Gorilla at Large, which will also feature a special presentation of 1950's images; selected & projected by Greg Dinkins. This may include a thing or two from my personal collection.

Other film showings there may also include Greg's showing... be sure to keep checking http://ny3d.org/


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