3-D RARITIES

SUNDAY, JULY 12  •  4:30 & 7:00

To commemorate the centennial (!) of the first exhibition of a 3D motion picture in 1915, the 3-D Film Archive has assembled an amazing collection of stereoscopic shorts and curiosities. They include: the earliest extant 3D film from 1922 with incredible footage of Washington D.C. and New York City; New Dimensions (aka Motor Rhythm), the first domestic full-color 3D film originally shown at the New York World’s Fair in 1940; Thrills for You, a fascinating promotional film for the Pennsylvania Railroad (first shown in 1940 at the Golden Gate International Exposition in San Francisco); Boo Moon, a color Casper the Friendly Ghost cartoon from 1953; Doom Town, a controversial anti-atomic testing film; the rare comedy I’ll Sell My Shirt; and 3D trailers for films such as It Came from Outer Space, The Maze and Miss Sadie Thompson. 3D Restoration: Greg Kintz. Producer: Bob Furmanek. Program 94 min.

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