The City Quakes: The San Francisco Earthquakes of 1906 and 1989
The San Francisco Earthquake and Fire of 1906 was the worst natural disaster in American history, destroying over 500 city blocks and leaving nearly a quarter of a million people homeless. It was also the first catastrophe to spark a worldwide media frenzy. “The City Quakes” takes you back to San Francisco’s wild gold rush beginnings and the days leading up to and immediately after the great quake and firestorm. These stereo photos, taken by amateur and professional photographers alike, put you right on the scene and include rare images never before seen in 3-D, including dramatic views of the 1989 Loma Prieta quake.
TRT 28:04 minutes
How To Draw A Cat
An amusing battle of wits between a frustrated artist and his reluctant feline model. This delightful 3D short has been a hit with festival audiences, won the Audience Favorite award at 3D-Con, and was an official selection at the Mill Valley International Film Festival. Using the secret techniques revealed in this film, you too will be able to draw a cat. TRT 6:55 minutes
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.