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Lee Mannering
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 - posted February 02, 2019 05:44 AM      Profile for Lee Mannering     Send New Private Message       Edit/Delete Post 
I would have never dreamt after wandering into Portland Films on Shaftesbury Avenue London so long ago to collect my Super 8 400ft 3D sound film of Mad Magician I would be watching a 3D hi-def resto of the full feature on my home cinema screen years later for sure.

So much of the golden era 50's 3D material is now available and of course these were the real 3D films for me, shot with film and by various systems sometime dragged out of moth balls to film with. Some films such as Cease Fire were filmed in 3D but never screened in the format and only available to see them now as they were intended to be watched. Pretty mind blowing..

We have great affection for A*P*E which is really a shocker but so bad its good. This Korean 1976 ape 3D film is worth having if only for being so unbelievable but it sure is fun.

*Ape defy Jaws
*Ape teeming city
*Ape demolish ocean liner
*Ape vanquish monster reptile

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Rodney Bourke
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Talking about 3-D here is a 3-D Festival for Short Films in Super 8 or Digital here in the Land Down Under.

SUNDAY 31st March 2019
3-D Festival

3-D Super 8 Film Festival 2-3pm (Cinema One )
3-D Digital Festival 3-4pm ( Cinema Two )

3-D Entries & Show and Tell also Welcome. Glasses Provided on the day, or you can BYO Glasses.
Also a Discussion, on Different Types of 3-D in Film & Digital Cameras and Projectors.

Location : Giant Reel Private Home Cinema,
Craigieburn, Melbourne,VIC.
Contact: Mobile/SMS : 043 803 6718, Ph (03) 9306 1842 email: melb-mic@hotmail.com
Or if you would like to write or send in a 3-D Entry to: P.O. Box 92 Glenroy, Melbourne, VIC, 3046.

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Graham Ritchie
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Rodney

Could you get back here later after your event with some photos and information of the 3D presentation on both digital and Super 8...? [Smile]

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Rodney Bourke
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Hi Graham the 3-D Festival Event is organised by Edward Nicielnik of Melbourne,
I am about a 4 hour drive away but I am happy to Promote and Assist Ed's 3-D Event.

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Graham Ritchie
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Last night it was the turn of Jumanji "Welcome to the Jungle" in 3D, and its absolutely stunning. [Cool]

A while ago we watched the 2D version and really enjoyed the movie, but the 3D takes it to a whole new level. The conversion to 3D is perfect from start to finish. The movie is a real fun ride. The casting is perfect and I understand all four actors are returning for another.

Watching the "making of" you can see how well the cast not only work together, but having fun doing it. Dwayne Johnson and other cast members including the stunt people were full of praise of Scottish actress Karen Gillan who not only did all her own stunts, but kicks butt doing it [Big Grin]

On the front cover it states "hilarious and packs a punch" well that pretty sums up the movie.....brilliant stuff, highly recommend it especially in 3D.
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Bob Furmanek
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Lee, you have very good taste! [Wink]

Graham, welcome to the club. You might enjoy our website - www.3dflmarchive.com

Our latest release is JIVARO, which was seen flat only in 1954!

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Graham Ritchie
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Thanks Bob [Smile]

However Internet Explorer cant find it.

I did watch "Life Of PI" over the weekend. I first watched it at the cinema in 3D when it came out, so it was great to re-visit it again using the Epson VP, which so far the 3D has worked out really well [Cool]
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Bob Furmanek
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I just pulled the site up on Internet Explorer. Here you go:

http://www.3dfilmarchive.com/

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Graham Ritchie
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Thank you Bob that's brilliant

What a fantastic web-site [Smile]

Graham [Smile]

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Bob Furmanek
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Thank you very much.

I highly recommend our 3-D RARITIES release through Flicker Alley. It's region free too!

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Lee Mannering
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Hi Bob I'm one of your biggest fans on the other 3D forum :-)
The very best to you and the team.

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Bob Furmanek
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You're very kind, thank you!

JIVARO is our latest release: http://www.3dfilmarchive.com/jivaro

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Graham Ritchie
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Hi Bob

I checked out your trl for "3D Rarities" and it looks great, I hope to buy a copy soon, on condition my financial advisor "the wife" gives me the OK. [Smile]

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Graham Ritchie
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Anyone want to go to Mars?...well if you can't afford the trip, watching the 3D Blu-ray is the next best thing. Unlike many movies these days, this one takes its time, giving one the chance to view the Martian surface in 3D, which I should add looks great.

"The Martian" is a good story of survival, so if you enjoy watching 3D at a slower pace, then I would add this one to my list.....its really good.
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