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Offering: 3D Catalog

  1. 1. Stereoscopic 3D Content Catalog
  2. 2. There are 15 families and over 2,900 species of snake in the world. Throughout human history they have been both revered and reviled; appearing as symbols of evil in the Bible and as healers in ancient Greece. There is no arguing that snakes with their long thin serpentine bodies lend themselves to being filmed in 3D. This film not only documents a variety of behaviour such as movement, hunting and defence but is also a 3D visual feast. Using a variety of camera techniques at different angles and in different locations this eye popping film is terrifying yet amazing. Length: 45 minutes Languages: English Snakes
  3. 3. The Baboon Diaries follows the dramas in the social life of the ‘House Troop’, as seen through the eyes of wildlife biologist Peter Tomlin. The series takes viewers into a spectacular mountainous landscape on a high plateau in the remote highlands of South Africa, where Peter has spent the last five years getting up close and personal with these extraordinary animals. He introduces us to the tough world of ritualised violence and sudden confrontations where baboon males fight for female favours and the tenure of the alpha male only lasts as long as the next serious challenge. Males with prized females must contend daily with lusting bachelor boys. Achiles is one of Peter’s oldest buddies and he has watched him grow into a full- blooded male with a family of his own. But Achiles is in trouble. His females are disgruntled and DJ is waiting in the wings. Its the way of all baboons. Length: 6 x 30 minutes Languages: English The Baboon Diaries
  4. 4. A stunningly beautiful, totally immersive 3D journey from Shuttle launch to the far edge of the known universe and back. Embrace one of the finest 3D experiences using images from Hubble and Cassini and using our very own custom technology to see the clouds of Jupiter, the rings of Saturn, gaseous nebula and far away galaxies brought to life like you have never seen before. With full educational graphics, educational support, engaging sound mix and some of the best 3D you have ever seen. Space is truly gargantuan and has never looked so good. This is space travel at its best, you will love your COSMIC JOURNEY. Awards: Best Documentary at the New Media Film Festival Los Angeles 2012 & San Pedro International Film Festival 2012 Length: 50 & 22 minutes Languages: English & German
  5. 5. Dragons Feast Length: 52 minutes Languages: English Roger Horrocks sets out on a mission many people believe to be suicidal. His plan is to dive in the Okavango delta with over twenty feeding crocodiles. Roger was one of the pioneers of crocodile diving, but now he wants to see if they will accept him in the water, on the kill. The crocodiles rarely attack without forethought, in many cases watching their victims come down to the water for weeks, and then suddenly when they judge the perfect opportunity, they move in with their deadly set of weapons. Local people are not the only items on the crocodile menu; their cattle are often preyed upon. The cattle’s blood seeps into the green water and down stream; crocodiles pick up the scent and are drawn together in large groups. Like mythical dragons they congregate to feast on the swollen rotting meat. The feast begins and Roger and veteran shark-man Walter Bernardis enter the water. The water quality has dropped and the number of hungry crocodiles has increased, yet the two push on. The feast has a spectacular end with a massive 4 meter crocodile towing Walter across the river and away from the hungry circle of giant reptiles.
  6. 6. This 3D film provides a fascinating insight of the migratory pattern of the Thai people and the ponies of Lampang, who over time moved from one region of the world to another, both so vastly different; one the arid, rugged, open spaces of the Mongolian steppes and the other the humid flatlands and jungles of Thailand. Winner of the Viewer’s Choice 3D Documentary 2011.The producer has won the Association ofVirtual Worlds award for 3D Excellence. Length: 2 x 28 minutes Languages: English Explore 3DTravel:Trails of a Legend
  7. 7. For more than 80 years, fire ants have raged havoc across the United States, racking up six billion dollars every year in crop damage, equipment repair, and pest control. They have conquered more than 320 million acres in 13 U.S. states and killed at least 80 people. Embolden, they march on to conquer the world…. Now, scientists are cracking the ants´ ancient secrets to success, enlisting crime scene forensics to track it, and breeding winged assassins to hunt them down. Directed by Award-winning filmmaker Michael Watchulonis and shot in stunning 3D macro photography - you will never look at an ant the same way again. Fire Ants 3D - the Invincible Army Length: 48 minutes Languages: English, French and German
  8. 8. Each one-hour episode of Anomaly follows lead investigator Jack Kassewitz as he applies breakthrough research on interspecies communication to paranormal phenomena. If there is a spirit world connected to ours, Kassewitz believes that bridge can be documented, measured, and explained. Kassewitz isn’t a “ghost hunter”. He’s an expert in acoustics, a published scientist, and an Emmy-winning investigative journalist taking viewers on an intense adventure into reportedly haunted historic locations. Our proprietary full-spectrum 3D nightvision cameras peer through the darkness and see what the human eye cannot. And what they capture in High-Definition 3D is startling and completely unique in paranormal television. 3D puts the viewer in the dark, creepy, tension-filled rooms with our paranormal investigators like no other visual experience can. We want our audience to saddle up on the couch, slip their 3D glasses on, turn out the lights and come along for the ride. Do not take our word for it. Watch and see for yourself! Length: 2 x 60 minutes Languages: English
  9. 9. An award-winning 3D ‘aerial adventure’ from hot air balloons that unveils the splendor and beauty of a mysterious land - Burma. An international balloonist group first visited Myanmar in 1998. Undeterred by critical press reports about the military regime, they wanted to get a bird’s-eye view of the country – to see for themselves what was actually going on. They have been coming every year since, for the last thirteen years, and first encounters have turned into lasting friendships. Length: 58 minutes Languages: English & German Burma 3D Encounters in a Forgotten Country
  10. 10. 800 years ago, Genghis Khan dispatched thousands of hunters with their falcons into the vast grasslands before his huge riding army arrived. Their job was crucial - to provide sustenance in the form of foul, deer and other game for the hungry hordes. In modern times, supermarkets and guns have made falconry redundant as a form of hunting, but many are still in awe of the birds´ sheer power and beauty. This film follows a dedicated group of people with their birds during training sessions, public performances and in their private lives. The unique bond between man and bird is exemplified each time these wild birds are released to fly and by free will decide to return, always landing on the trusted hands of its owners. Filmed in Italy, Germany and Switzerland using new 3D Camera systems this documentary showcases spectacular wildlife and landscapes. Length: 62 minutes Languages: English & German Call of Hawks
  11. 11. MicroPlanet Directed by award-winning filmmaker Michael Watchulonis, MicroPlanet 3D takes viewers on a groundbreaking adventure into the tiny kingdoms of thieves, assassins, and gentle souls alike. See microscopic flatworms with miraculous powers of regeneration dig through the muck of a freshwater lake. Witness ferocious antlions build deathtraps and ambush fire ants. Learn how water striders do the seemingly impossible - walk on water. And watch sneaky toads find a mate on a beautiful moonlit night. Spectacular 3D cinematography puts the audience inches away from some of the most bizarre and beautiful little creatures . Length: 42 minutes Languages: English & German
  12. 12. In one of the most remote regions of Mongolia, exclusive 3D footage of a western Mongolian Eagle Festival is captured; with intimate snippets of life in a Mongolian Gur, lodge and rare images of what it takes to survive in this vast, frigid landscape. Finalist for the IMAX Awards Contest 2013 & the producer has won theAssociation ofVirtualWorlds award for 3D Excellence Explore 3DTravel: Of Hunters & Eagles:The Golden Eagle Festival ofWestern Mongolia Length: 25 minutes Languages: English
  13. 13. This four part documentary series celebrates the lives of some very special baby animals at Zoos and Wildlife Parks around South Africa. Cubs ‘n Pups follow these characters from when they are tiny until they grow up and face the real world. Many have been rescued and are hand reared by people who have given their lives to keeping these tiny creatures alive. This uplifting series has no shortage of cute animal babies and will be adorable from top to bottom. Alongside the cuteness we learn that sometimes the most extreme challenges occur in the first moments of life. We also learn that zoos and wildlife parks have a great involvement in helping to rear and nurture baby animals, some of whom are endangered. This charming yet informative series has a feel good factor like none other. Length: 4 x 30 minutes Languages: English Cubs  n’  Pups
  14. 14. A team of intrepid filmmakers explore the African savannah tracking, filming and broadcasting the daily events of a lion pride, an elephant herd, a leopard family and a hyena clan. The animal's have names and personalities which will draw viewers into a relationship with them. But this is wildlife filmmaking with a difference. Its all being broadcast LIVE to a global audience on the Internet. TIA is the story of the trials and tribulations of living in wildest Africa while trying to do the impossible: broadcast LIVE safaris every day. Length: 4 x 30minutes Languages: English TIA:This Is Africa
  15. 15. Ireland, The Celtic Way is a cinematically rich exploration of the land and legends of the emerald isle. Crashing waves on rocks in foggy mists open our journey to Ireland in all her beauty: Carrowmore, Knock, Newgrange, Holy Wells and more. Historic megalithic sites come alive with vivid CGI animation. Trace Ireland's Celtic surprising Indo-European origins, brave history, vivid imagination, and deep spirituality. Elves, fairies, and interconnected spirituality are keys to survival here. Travel in time and space, and from faith to folklore. A transformative experience, viewers gain appreciation for historic Celts, and a different way of looking at the world. Awards: Winner of Best Documentary at the LosAngeles 3D Film Festival Length: 45 minutes Languages: English The CelticWay
  16. 16. STORM SURFERS 3D is an epic, character-driven adventure documentary following two Aussie surfing legends, Ross Clarke- Jones & Tom Caroll, and best friends who are on a quest to hunt down and ride the biggest and most dangerous waves in Australia. Braving enormous waves, freezing conditions and near-death experiences, the film follows their adventures over the 2011 winter big-wave season, all in stunning 3D. Awards: Best Feature Length Documentary at the Australian Academy of Cinema & Television Arts (AACTA) 2013; Most Outstanding Achievement in a 3D Documentary at the International 3D Society Annual Awards and Runner-up at the Toronto International Film Festival 2012 Length: 1 x 20 or 10 x 2 minutes Languages: English & German Storm Surfers 3D
  17. 17. Choreographer Xin Peng Wang is searching for the beat of the city in which he lives in and is trying to bring this beat on stage. Why do people become professional dancers? What unites and distinguishes hip-hop, breakdance and ballet? Does a city like e.g. Dortmund have a motion of its own? And are the people who live in it influenced by this motion? DANCE! Explores these questions and more…..At its core, DANCE! is a story about joy, fear and the passion for dancing! Awards: Winner of Best Picture at 3D Korea Film Festival 2012; Winner of Best 3D Documentary at the 3D Film & Music Fest Barcelona 2012 and Master of Excellence at the Corporate Media Film Festival 2012 Length: 96 minutes Languages: German with English subtitles DANCE!
  18. 18. Waterways of France Waterways of The World is a fascinating new series that takes viewers on a journey along the canals and rivers of Europe immersing them in the history, nature, culture and lifestyle of the villages, towns and urban centres along the way. In episode one “Waterways of France” Our cameras follow the voyage of Evelyn & David Rothery on their beautiful barge, L’Escapade down the stunning Canal du Midi from Carcassonne to Narbonne. For the first time in sterescopic 3D, viewers can experience amazing sights such as magnificent caves, fairy-tale castles, truffle hunting with a dog, ancient roman relics, bustling French markets and farming giant oysters. Length: 46 minutes Languages: English
  19. 19. Shot entirely in stereoscopic 3D, enter into this magical place filled with tales, myths and inspiration; where the people are as enchanting as the land they inhabit, with a rich culture steeped in traditions that has outlasted centuries. From the gorges of the Wutachriver with its primeval meanderings to the “Sauschwaenzlebahn”, a masterpiece of ambition, courage and highly-skilled railroad engineering, to the abundance of palaces and castles, picturesque towns and canals, lakes and moors. The Black Forest is a forest unlike any other. Be inspired. Be enchanted. Be spellbound. The Black Forest Length: 2 x 45 minutes Languages: English & German
  20. 20. This is the saga of "War of the Worlds: Goliath", an animated steampunk story of war, comradeship and courage under fire. The story takes place in 1914, fifteen years after a failed Martian invasion. At the eve of World War I, the Martians stage a second attack, stronger and more powerful than before, to complete what they had begun. But this time, they meet a very different Earth. And this time, they fight back. This is the story of the battle tripod 'Goliath' and its young crew. 'Goliath' is the vanguard of an army steam powered battle walkers, heat-ray biplanes, and armored zeppelins facing a Martian fleet of giant fighting machines and flying wings. Within the cockpit of 'Goliath', courage under fire, conflicted loyalties and the struggle to save earth, in this newWar of the Worlds. Awards: Best Animated Feature at the 2013 Boston Sci-Fi Film Festival and the 2012 3D Film Festival . Length: 95 minutes Languages: English War of theWorlds Goliath
  21. 21. Luigi’s  Pizzaride 3D is a short motion ride animation. Luigi is the local Pizza Chef and his mission is clear: he has to deliver his Pizzas fast and hot - no matter what problems he may encounter. Length: 3 minutes Languages: Non-verbal
  22. 22. WallflowerTango In this animated short, Charlotte discovers that it's not valuable gems that make you attractive but the inner contentment. Kalle, a burglar who tries to steal her diamond, starts to fight with her about the valuable stone. The fight transforms into a passionate tango dance and so is her outer appearance. Her beauty grows together with her contentment and Kalle begins to slowly forget what he came here for in the first place... Awards: Jilin Int. Animation & Comics Exhibition, China, 2011; Open St. Petersburg Student Film Festival - Award for Best Animated Short; Cyber Sousa Xiamen International Animation Festival, China - Award for Best Animated Short; SCTVF, Sichuan TV Festival, Gold Panda, China - Award for Best Overseas Animated Short Film; DogVille 3D Film Festival, Spain - 1st prize "DogVilleAnimation“. Length: 7 minutes Languages: Non-verbal
  23. 23. Created by veterans in the music industry and co-produced with many well-known stars (e.g. with Boy George) this is a unique sound and 3D experience. Episode 2 is even available in dolby 7.1 audio and 4k resolution. Journey through the electronic worlds of sound, coupled with stunning animated 3D imagery; an immersive trip which will whisk you away from stress of daily life into your own poetic, magical world that will engage your senses, open your imagination and leave you wanting more. This award-winning and platinum selling DVD and Bluray is finally available forVOD and Broadcasters. Length: 2 x 50 minutes Languages: Music only Lichtmond 1 & 2
  24. 24. Morph Animal Disguise is the first 4D stereoscopic film of the Earth Story Series from China. For thousands and thousands of years animals have been adept at adapting to its ever- changing environment in its struggle for survival. The ability to camouflage is perhaps one of the most fascinating facets of them all. This film will take you through the dense Amazonian jungle as well as the shallow seas in Australia to unfold some of the mysteries of camouflage ... Length: 10 minutes Languages: English & Mandarin Morph
  25. 25. Spirit of the Sea is the second 4D film of the Earth Story Series from China. Enter into this mysterious world, rich with spectacular sea life. Experience the breathtaking colors of the coral reefs and swim alongside dolphins, clown fish, sea anemone, and migrating humpback - all of which are showcased in this ten minute stereoscopic film. Spirit of the Sea Length: 10 minutes Languages:English & Mandarin
  26. 26. Canadian artist San Base is the pioneer of a new art form which he refers to as Dynamic Painting. It is not an animation in the traditional sense, the painting is created in real time and the objects are in a state of perpetual transformation. The picture living its own life, with objects moving and transforming but still following the original artist’s concept. Function of Reality is a journey through eight fantastic worlds. Using the latest computer technology San Base has achieved extraordinary image quality. This is not merely a attestation of splendour 3D technology but also showcases a new form of Art. The Artwork has been displayed at the Consumer Electronic Show 2013 in LasVegas in 4K 3D. Length: 100 minutes Languages: Non-verbal with music only Functions of Reality
  27. 27. Award-winning filmmaker Ikuo Nakamura takes us through another visual masterpiece. Atmosphere is a shortfilm that features amazing timescapes from mountains, clouds, star-lit skies and, most notably, the aurora. To capture the northern lights the director weathered rough conditions and freezing temperatures for many weeks in the arctic circle. Awards: Best 3D Show (Paul Wing Award) at National Stereoscopic Association Convention 2013; Special Audience Award at 3D BEFILM Festival 2013 NewYork; Special Mention at Barcelona 3D Film and Music Festival 2013. Atmosphere Length:6 minutes Languages: Non-verbal with Music only
  28. 28. Helsinki, Finland This short film has been shot using a stereoscopic timelapsing technique over the course of one year. It captures life and landscapes of Helsinki city from various perspectives. Many places were scouted around the city for this film and two Canon EOS cameras where rigged together with a custom shutter sync to capture the highest possible quality of the picture. The music has been created specifically for the film by Perttu Tuomaala (DJ Preal) - an acclaimed musician from Tampere, Finland. This film is an official entry to the IMAX Awards onVimeo Length: 9 minutes Languages: Non-verbal with music
  29. 29. The siren call of adventure is ever-present for the extreme athletes who have chosen rock as their medium of self- expression. Whether sport-climbing the limestone mogotes of Vinales in Cuba, traditional climbing at 14,000 feet on The Diamond in Colorado, or climbing solo and ropeless in the High Sierra, the athletes give it their all. Witness this palm- sweating experience in intimate, visceral 3D! BladeWalker Length: 3 minutes Language: Non-verbal
  30. 30. Beautiful 3D timescapes of some of the most iconic national parks in North America. From award - winning director Ikou Nakamura whose unique artistic approach to timelapses makes his short film so compelling. Winner of the `Director to Watch´ at the 3D Film Festival, Los Angeles. Length: 13 minutes Languages: Music only View In America
  31. 31. Timescapes of the remote and mysterious Easter Island from award-winning director Ikuo Nakamura. Experience the world- famous moai in stunning 3D4K. Winner of the `Best Short Film‘ at the 3D Film Festival, Los Angeles. Length: 5 minutes Languages: Music only Easter Island
  32. 32. An amazing journey in 3D & 4K through Aragon Kingdom´s landscapes, wildlife, history and heritage. From the Pyrenee´s mountains to the castles, cathedral, and monasteries where most of the Iberian and European´s history was written. Length: 10 minutes Languages: Non-verbal with Music Aragon 3D
  33. 33. Aloft Aloft is a collaboration between director/producer Kate Duhamel, choreographer Yuri Zhukov, and Golden Gate 3D to create an original 3D dance video. Dancers Garen Scribner, Lonnie Weeks, Sean Bennett, Madison Keesler, Alex Jenkins, and Jordan Drew dance a modern ballet above the Golden Gate Bridge. The piece was inspired by the America's Cup sailboat races which will be hosted in San Francisco in 2013, and a desire to express the beauty and grace of the fastest sailboats on Earth through dance. Length: 5 minutes Languages: Non-verbal with Music
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