As pertaining to motion pictures, describes any film that exploits, in its marketing or promotion, the use of stereoscopic (3-dimensional) filmmaking techniques.

This blog is my notepad as I research a nonfiction book spotlighting 3-D genre films of the last century. While the book will focus primarily on films from the 60's, 70's and 80's this blog has no restrictions.

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Jason Pichonsky, unless otherwise stated.

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This is the final panel from the Len Lye "Buzzsaw" storyboard sequence. The circular saw gets away from Dr. Barnes, flies through the air and severs his head. Lye drew it with the saw blade over the text description on the panel indicating how much consideration he made for the 3-D image when drawing these storyboards.

This is a 3-D interpretation so get out the anaglyph glasses and put the red lens over your right eye.

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