February Meeting 2/15 LATER START TIME – 8PM!

FEBRUARY MEETING STARTS AT 8PM DUE TO SCHEDULED EVENT AT ARMORY

LA 3-D Movie Festival Award Winners in February

The next regular meeting of the Los Angeles 3-D Club will be Thursday, February 16,  8:00-10:00pm at the Armory Center For the Arts 145 N. Raymond, Pasadena, CA 91103.

THE ARMORY HAS A SCHEDULED EVENT PRIOR TO OUR MEETING.

3-D CLUB SETUP WILL BEGIN AT 7PM. PLEASE DO NOT ARRIVE BEFORE 7:00.


It’s Awards Season, so we’ll take a look at the award winning 3-D films from the recent 13th Annual LA 3-D Movie festival:

ANITYA by Ikuo Nakamura. – impermanence in Sanskrit – is one of the essential eastern philosophies. Shot in numerous locations around the world, this film compiles series of continuing human activity, a reminder that all temporal existence will be forgotten without exception. First Place Winner.

STEREO (A LOVE SONG TO 3D) and THE CITY QUAKES, THE SAN FRANCISCO EARTHQUAKES OF 1906 AND 1989, both by Robert Bloomberg. STEREO (A LOVE SONG TO 3D) is a musical tribute to classic 1950s 3-D movies, featuring animation and video set to an original song written and performed by the filmmaker. THE CITY QUAKES is a historical show featuring rare stereo images of the San Francisco earthquake and fire of 1906, as well as the 1989 Loma Prieta earthquake. These films tied for Second Place.

DRIFT by Claudia Kunin. Animated from still photographs, DRIFT attempts to explore the subconscious mind of a woman as she lays somewhere at the borderlands between life and death. Winner of the Third Place Award.

DEADLINE (THE MAGICIAN) Produced as a master’s degree thesis film at Hochschule Mainz in Germany, the film is a scenic 3-D music video for the song Deadline of the rock band January, in the style of Film Noir and Graphic Novels. “A famous magician is eagerly looking for his helper and lover, who disappeared without a trace decades ago after a failed spell.” Winner of The Stereo Sisters Golden Mirror Award for Excellence in Student 3-D.

Ikuo Nakamura was also the recipient of this year’s Ray Zone Award for Excellence in 3-DIY for his body of work. Time permitting, we will screen Mr. Nakamura’s latest work, GENTLE STORM.

The meeting is free, and open to the public.

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