'Streetdance 3D' to open 3D film Festival
Joe Dante's 'The Hole' is closing night film
Max Giwa and Dania Pasquini's "Streetdance 3D" will open the inaugural 3D Film Festival, which the Dream Factory is presenting at the Los Angeles Film School Theater in Hollywood from Thursday through Sunday. Joe Dante's "The Hole" has been selected as the closing night film.
Hosted by Thomas Jane, the fest will showcase a mix of studio and indie 3D feature films as well as shorts and music videos.
The highlight of the 3D Academy program will be the "72 Hour 3DFF Short Film Festival" in which LAFS students will be given 72 hours to create a 3D short film.
Among the other titles on the program, the line-up includes Jane's "Dark Country" and Steven Manuel's "Iron Doors"; studio films "Despicable Me," "How to Train Your Dragon" and "Legend of the Guardians: The Owls of Ga'Hoole"; and midnight movies "My Bloody Valentine" and "Piranha 3D."
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