Looking Back on Life in the Third Dimension

by Peter D. Marshall

This article was written by Bruce Bennett.

“An irresistible topic of discussion among film industry pundits these days is whether the current multiplex 3-D wave has crested since the release of “Avatar” in late 2009. Starting Friday, Film Forum will state a persuasive case for the notion that 3-D movies peaked in quality 50 years before this debate even began, with a two-week, 15-film survey of Hollywood’s first detour into depth-manipulating filmmaking from 1953 to 1954.”

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