The full schedule for 3DFF, the world’s largest all-digital 3D Film, Music, and Interactive Festival, is up.
Returning for its fifth year, the fest will utilize multiple venues in the L.A. LIVE sports and entertainment district in downtown Los Angeles.
The three-day festival opens Thursday, September 20 with an Opening Night Pre Show program that will showcase the World Premieres of Katy Perry’s Wide Awake Music Video in 3D, along with never-before-seen clips and trailers from upcoming studio releases such as Silent Hill: Revelations (Open Road Films), Texas Chainsaw Massacre (Lionsgate), The Hobbit (Warner Brothers), Rise of the Guardians (DreamWorks Animation) and Hotel Transylvania (Sony Pictures Animation).
I’ve seen plenty of clips of these movies at various conventions, so I’m not sure how many exclusive video clips studios can make for each particular one. Not going to miss it though.
3DFF will premiere multiple 3D Documentaries during the show, including Storm Surfers 3D and River Monsters 3D by 3net and the World Premieres of Experience Montreux 3D by Eagle Rock/Nagra and Jonathan Kay’s N’Nai Legend of the Dolphin as told by as told by Kate Winslet; Megan Fox; Gerard Butler; Ellen Page; James Franco; Isabella Rossellini; Cheech Marin; Darryl Hannah; Diego Luna; Julian Lennon; and Whoopi Goldberg.
War of the Worlds: Goliath in 3D will have its World Premiere. Its Executive Producer is Kevin Eastman, creator of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles and the publisher of Heavy Metal Magazine. A steampunk epic of war, comradeship and courage under fire, the film is also the first large-scale 3D feature to come out of Malaysia.
There’ll also be a LG 3D Game Truck parked outside the Regal Cinemas. LG Electronics will also present five different CINEMA 3D TV and Game Lounges inside the L.A. LIVE during the 3DFF. Each lounge will be outfitted as an ultimate at-home theater with the latest 3D movie trailers and games.
Look for the LG CINEMA 3D TV and Game Lounge displays at Regal Cinemas L.A. LIVE Stadium 14, The Ritz-Carlton, Los Angeles, JW Marriott Los Angeles L.A. LIVE, The Conga Room, Club Nokia, and The GRAMMY Museum during the festival’s regular hours of operation.
Previously the eventbrite page offered up free passes to the lounges, but not at the moment….
Short of getting nauseated, I’ll need incentives to tear myself away from the lounges, but with plenty going on, I won’t have much trouble finding the fun.