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AMSTERDAM — Two U.K.-based entities have joined 3-D forces.
Phil Streather — a stereoscopic 3-D film producer and head of U.K.-based company Principal Large Format — and Ralston Humble, owner of Pablo Post in Pinewood Studios, have entered into a joint venture.
Under the banner PLF/Pablo Post, the participants will provide stereo 3-D training, consulting, production and postproduction services.
“Primarily, we will produce product launches, high-end corporates, 3-D features and have already started building a stereo 3-D stock footage library,” reported Streather, whose credits include “Bugs! 3-D.”
He added: “When 3-D television comes along and more content is needed, stock footage will be needed.”
PLF/Pablo Post, which will operate out of Pablo Post’s base at Pinewood Studios, have purchased a P+S Technik stereo 3-D mirror camera rig, on which they have placed two Sony EX3 HD cameras, for production. Pablo Post already has a Quantel Pablo 4K postproduction system with stereo 3-D tools.
The decision to join force came after Pablo Post converted “Bugs! 3-D” from Imax’s film-based 3-D format to digital 3-D.
Streather said that a new 25-minute digital version of the 40-minute film will premiere at the California Academy of Science in San Francisco at the end of September. He added that he is in negotiations with National Geographic about a digital 3-D distribution deal.
The new trailer for this digital 3-D version of “Bugs” is scheduled to premiere Sunday at the International Broadcasting Convention in Amsterdam.
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