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CTCS466nov1 - CTCS 466 November 1 2007 Movie"Beowulf in 3D Opening Darfur Now Opening shot of young man jogging n the beach gut reaction"what the

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CTCS 466 November 1, 2007 Movie: “Beowulf” in 3D! Opening - Darfur Now: Opening shot of young man jogging n the beach, gut reaction “what the hell is this”, images speak louder than words - Good intentions, but not a good film - Capsule of 3d: people have been experimenting with 3d ever since movies have been made - Amazing 3d films that were experimental shot in 20s - 1939 NY World fair, several experimental 3D films shown, really hit big in the early 50s, because necessity became the mother of invention - Birth of television, people had to work harder to get people to come to movies, which is why early 30s came wide screen, Cinerama (3 images on a big curve screen), cinemascope, stereophonic sound - 1953, sudden explosion of 3D movies. Arch Obeler self financed a film called something devil, gigantic piece of crap, but it was 3D, and people were amazed by it. - Jack Warner – “All Films will be in 3D” - 30 film festival at Egyptian in Hollywood - Alfred Hitchcock dialin something in 3D - Some need to dismiss the past “old cheap cardboard red and green glasses” but it wasn’t, it was Polaroid classes like what we have today -
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This note was uploaded on 09/03/2009 for the course CTCS 466 taught by Professor Maltin during the Fall '08 term at USC.

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