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Released onto DVD and Blu-ray on 8th December 2014 is film legend Jean-Luc Godard's first 3D effort, Goodbye To Language. It's a film that is impossible to distil into a convenient shorthand synopsis; an assault on the senses that is worthy of repeated viewings. With heavy symbolism and an elliptical narrative, it is a feature that extends beyond its inventive application of 3D and into something greater.
To mark the 75th anniversary of The Wizard of Oz, Warner Bros. Pictures and IMAX will be giving cinemagoers across the UK the chance to experience the timeless classic in the immersive IMAX® 3D format for the first time ever.
Edmund Hillary and Tenzing Norgay conquer Everest once more in Leanne Pooley's triumphant 3D doc about their epic achievement.
This week sees the release of Alfonso Cuaron's (Children of Men, Y Tu Mamá También, Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban) science fiction epic, Gravity.
More than anything, Gravity is a huge leap in the ongoing technological advancements in cinema - it is films like this that add to the argument for moving into the digital and away from traditional forms of filmmaking.
3D is the scourge of modern cinema. It is bemoaned by critics and patrons as an unnecessary money spinning exercise in futility as the film industry tries to battle its way back to the forefront against the ever expanding possibilities of home television. Dredd’s release solely in the 3D format seemed ominous; the Megacity One [...]