The LA3DClub has teamed up with the Downtown Independent Theater to present screenings of independent 3-D movies in Los Angeles.
This month we will present a rare 35mm screening of Rottweiler in 3-D on Sunday, November 21 at 8pm at the Downtown Independent Theater with a personal appearance by Lenny Lipton, one of the legendary 3-D experts behind this 1981 production. This one-time only screening is a unique opportunity to see one of the few indie 3-D feature films from the wave of stereoscopic movies in the 1980s. Rottweiler in 3-D was produced by Earl Owensby (EO Productions) in North Carolina and shot with Chris Condon’s StereoVision single-strip 35mm 3-D film process. Lipton was the stereographer on the project. An original 3-D print from 1982 will be projected for the screening and 3-D glasses will be provided. Along with Rottweiler in 3-D, a short promotional 3-D film produced by Lipton titled Dimensions of Oldsmobile Quality will be screened. This will be the first public screening of this ultra-rare promotional 3-D short. After the screening of the 3-D films Lipton will be interviewed in a Q&A session by 3-D movie historian Ray Zone and take questions from the audience. Lenny Lipton is featured in a 2005 book written by Zone called 3-D Filmmakers: Conversations with Creators of Stereoscopic Motion Pictures.
Come check out LA’s only Indie-Friendly 3-D cinema. We hope to see you there!
Sunday, November 21st, 2010
Downtown Independent Theater
251 S. Main St., Los Angeles, CA 90012
8pm – 3-D Movie Night – Rottweiler: Dogs of Hell
$5 for current LA3DClub members
$10 for non-members (admission is waived with USC Student ID)
Note: Street parking in downtown LA is free on Sundays. Paid parking is available at
many parking lots in the adjacent area. The theater is also only several blocks from the
MTA Red, Purple and Gold Lines.