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Film & Video

If you are familiar with the various formats for viewing 3D, you will recognize the icons to the left of each show as Anaglyph, Parallel Free View, and Cross Free View. (There is a fourth icon for viewing in 2D.) For an explanation of these formats, please visit the page:

Each of the shows has a short excerpt available that will play when you click on the format icon. Loading times may vary depending on the speed of your internet connection.

The gold star in the upper left corner will give you further information about awards and recognition for that show.

 

Animation Pie

An appetizing introduction to the art of animation, served in 5 tasty pieces.
(1974, 16:20 min.)
 

How To Draw A Cat

Secrets of the art world revealed!
(2012, 6:30 min.)

Frogs & Friends

Frogs as you’ve never seen them before, in stunning close-up detail - from the tiny golden mantella to the giant Argentine horned frog. The “friends” include lions and tigers and whales, oh my.
(1998, 7 min.)

The City Quakes:

 The S.F. Earthquakes of 1906 & 1989
This Historic show features rare stereo images of the San Francisco earthquake and fire of 1906 as well as dramatic stereo photos of the 1989 Loma Prieta earthquake.
(2006, 28 min.)

The Lost Temples of Ankor

A thousand years ago the great Khmer civilization arose in the jungles of Cambodia. The magnificent World Heritage Site, and include Angkor Wat, the largest religious structure in the world.
(2002, 26 min.)

Portrait of Tuscany

A lyrical journey through the charming heart of Italy.
(1998, 13 min.)

Wish You Were Here:

 Postcards From Somewhere Else
Frogs as you’ve never seen them before, in stunning close-up detail - from the tiny golden mantella to the giant Argentine horned frog. The “friends” include lions and tigers and whales, oh my.
(2010, 8:30 min.)

Day of the Dead

Each November, Mexico celebrates one of its most joyous holidays, when the souls of the dead return to earth for a brief time to rejoin the living.
(1999, 11:30 min.)

Khajuraho Nights

The temples at Khajuraho, a world heritage site, are famous for some of the most exquisite sculpture in all of India. (Note: Some of the sculptures are erotic and present explicit sexual imagry.)
(2011, 3:30 min.)

About Face

Masks are a global art form, illustrating a vast diversity of artistic expression. Seventy masks from 14 countries take you on a journey through the religious, celebratory, humorous, and practical.
(2006, 6 min.)

Hidden Worlds

After a explanation of how and why we see in 3D, this show takes the audience on an amazing 3D journey inside a snowflake, into space, and through the human heart.
(2010, 26 min.)

You Don't Know Me

Set to the popular tune on the same name, this is a quick road trip around the human body with the aid of special stereo macro camera and some cooperative cadavers.
(2000, 4 min.)

Hidden Stereo Treasures

A rare look at some highly unusual (and unlikely) stereo cameras.
(1997, 6 min.)
     
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