Remembering the 5th Annual 3D Technology Awards
The International 3D & Advanced Imaging Society is a ceremony that takes place annually and where several honors are granted to films that have been highlighted in the area of creative arts and stereoscopic 3D sciences. Here, the company remembers the awards that were granted in its 5th edition:
The cinematographic studio Pixar received one of the most important recognition of the ceremony, the Sir Charles Wheatstone, an honor given to people who have made a difference in the 3D cinematographic world, for their educational and narrative values.
Gravity is a film by Alfonso Cuaron, starring George Clooney and Sandra Bullock that became a blockbuster during their release year.
It was the most awarded of the 3D Technology Awards, receiving 4 honors as it was: Live Action 3D Feature; Theatrical Motion Picture: Outstanding Use Of 2D To 3D Conversion; 3D Scene: Moment Of The Year and Stereography: Live Action.
It is one of the highest-grossing Disney films of recent times that featured directors like Jennifer Lee and Chris Buck, with the leading roles of Kristen Bell, Idina Menzel, Jonathan Groff, and Josh Gad.
Produced by Walt Disney Animation Studios and Walt Disney Pictures, it was another of the top winners by receiving two awards such as Animated 3d Feature and Stereography: Animation.
It was a series that was popularized by its spectacular productive content and received several nominations deservedly. In the 3D Technology Awards, it wasn’t the exception and it took the recognition of “Best advanced images for 4k Entertainment”.
Metallica Through the Never
It was produced by Picturehouse Entertainment and directed by Nimród Antal, it won the award for Best Documentary film, a category very fought.
Get a Horse
It’s an animated film produced by Walt Disney Animation Studios and directed by Lauren MacMullan. It even received other important nominations during the awards season, such as the Oscars; and in the 3D Technology Awards it took the recognition as “Best Short Film”.
A Belic film directed by Fedor Bondarchuk, under the production company Columbia Pictures, received one of the most cherished awards as the 2014 Jury Prize for having shown various artistic achievements in 3D.
Each winner is presented with a Lumiere gold statuette, so acclaimed by many producers, and during the 5th edition, they were granted to films from different places in the world such as China, Japan, Russia, the United States, and Europe.
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