Is 3-D filmmaking really the next evolution for cinema, or is it just another passing fad?

by Peter D. Marshall

This article was written by Ben Hoffman.

“The invention of the television in the 1950’s is commonly attributed to the mass adoption of Cinemascope — or widescreen film exhibition. To be fair it only played a part, considering that the death of the studio system played a substantial role in the closing of movie theaters, which in turn had a considerable impact on theater attendance.”

Read the rest of this article from Current TV.

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