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Conversion Curiosities Vol 1

Plan-D presents a collection of classic creatively experimental films converted into stereo-3d.

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Conversion Curiosities Vol 1: Creative Curios

"Conversion Curiosities Vol 1: Creative Curios" presents an intriguing array of creative & experimental films from across the 20th century.

These include important influential works by Luis Buñuel and Salvador Dali, Roman Polanski and Hans Richter as well as simpler short films with the likes of "Daisy Doodad's Dial". Stereoscopic 3D conversion deliver an astounding new way of seeing these films, it's almost like seeing them again for the first time.

The films include:

  • Permutations (1968)

  • Two Men and a Wardrobe (1958)

  • Daisy Doodad’s Dial (1914)

  • Anemic Cinema (1926)

  • Un Chien Andalou (1929)

  • Filmstudie (1926)

  • Le Cochon Danseur (1907)

All titles sourced from public domain in USA.

ANDREW SAYS: I've been interested in creating compilations of short form converted 3D content for some time and finding a good theme with a whole heap of interesting content pretty much convinced me it was worth a shot. Some of these films are classic works of art, but they do date back to the early 20th century, so footage isn't pristine - what I do promise is interesting and intriguing content probably quite unlike anything else you have seen.  

3D BLU-RAY FEATURES

  • Films in Frame Packed 3D

  • Films in Anaglyph 3D

ALSO AVAILABLE AS A DIGITAL DOWNLOAD

  • Films in Half SBS & FULL SBS 3D

  • Printable Packaging

DETAILS

  • 69 Minutes

  • 1907 - 1968

  • Black & White/Color

  • Experimental

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