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International 3D Society Bestows 25 Awards at 4th Annual Creative Arts Ceremony in Los Angeles

The International 3D Society bestowed 25 honors for “distinguished achievement” in the 3D Creative Arts Awards Wednesday night at a black-tie ceremony held at the Beverly Hills hotel in Los Angeles. “Life of Pi” (20th Century Fox) swept several categories including: Best Live Action 3D Feature, Best Stereography – Live Action, and 3D Sequence/Moment of the Year. Two of the Society’s Lumiere™ statuettes were presented to: “Brave” (Pixar Animation Studios) for Best Animated 3D feature, and Best Stereography – Animation. “The Avengers” (Paramount Pictures) was honored for Best Use of 2D to 3D Conversion in 2012. ‘”Katy Perry: Part of Me” won in the category of Best Motion Picture Live Event.

“Life of Pi” director Ang Lee received the Society’s Harold Lloyd Filmmaker Award, which was presented by Lloyd’s granddaughter, Suzanne Lloyd, and Society Co-Chairman Tom Cosgrove, CEO of 3net.

DreamWorks Animation (DWA) was honored with the Sir Charles Wheatstone Award for education and distinguished achievement for 3D body of work.

Panasonic Corporation was honored with the Society’s Century Award for its support of the 2012 Summer Olympic Games 3D broadcasts from London.

In television categories, 3net won Best Documentary for “Sky Soldier – The Vietnam War in 3D.” ESPN won Best Live Sports Broadcast for its 3D telecast of the 2012 BCS College Championship Game. Volkswagen Germany was awarded a Lumiere™ for Best 3D Commercial. Bwark Productions and Sky UK were honored for Best 3DTV Short Subject Program for “Little Crackers,” and PGS and Sky Italia won a statuette for Best 3DTV Entertainment Program for “The Little Prince.” The “Britney Spears: Femme Fatale Tour” 3D concert telecast won a Lumiere™ for Best 3DTV Entertainment.

Universal Studios Hollywood received a Lumiere™ statuette for Best Themed Attraction, “Transformers: The Ride.”

“The sheer volume and quality of work across all platforms was extraordinary this year,” said Buzz Hays, the Society’s Awards Committee Chairman.

“Our theme for the night was ‘Our Story Begins.’ Our honorees demonstrated that 3D is really just beginning to tell its story. But, the quality and breadth of content is very impressive,” said Society President, Jim Chabin.

Award winners include:

 
 

LIVE ACTION 3D FEATURE

Life of Pi

20th Century Fox

 

ANIMATED 3D FEATURE

Brave

Pixar Animation Studios

 

SHORT 3D MOTION PICTURE/NARRATIVE

La Luna

Pixar Animation Studios

 

3D DOCUMENTARY

Storm Surfers

Storm Surfers

 

THEATRICAL MOTION PICTURE - OUTSTANDING USE OF 2D TO 3D CONVERSION

The Avengers

Marvel Studios & The Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures

 

3D LIVE EVENT

Katy Perry: Part of Me

Paramount Pictures

 

STEREOGRAPHY – LIVE ACTION

Life of Pi

20th Century Fox

 

3D MOMENT OF THE YEAR

"Fish Flying Over Boat"

Life of Pi

20th Century Fox

 

STEREOGRAPHY – ANIMATION

Brave

Pixar Animation Studios

 

3D ELECTRONIC BROADCAST MEDIA - LIVE SPORTS

2012 BCS Championship

ESPN

 

3D ELECTRONIC BROADCAST MEDIA – ENTERTAINMENT

Sky Soldier: The Vietnam War in 3D

3net

 

3D ELECTRONIC BROADCAST MEDIA - LIVE EVENT

Britney Spears: Femme Fatale Tour

3ality Technica

 

3D ELECTRONIC BROADCAST MEDIA – COMMERCIAL

Volkswagen "Flower Power"

Stereotec

 

THEMED ATTRACTION

Transformers: The Ride—3D

Universal Studios Hollywood

 

SIR CHARLES WHEATSTONE AWARD

DreamWorks Animation (DWA)

 

HAROLD LLOYD AWARD

Ang Lee

 

CENTURY AWARD

Panasonic Corporation

 

AUTODESK 3D INDEPENDENT SHORT FILM COMPETITION

Ora

The National Film Board of Canada

 

INTERNATIONAL JURY PRIZE (JAPAN)

Tekken: Blood Vengeance

Namco Bandai / Sony PCL

 

INTERNATIONAL JURY PRIZE (CHINA)

3D Taiwan

Gene Young 3D Image Co., Ltd

 

INTERNATIONAL JURY PRIZE (KOREA)

The Fetus

KBS (Korean Broadcasting System)

 

INTERNATIONAL JURY PRIZE (EUROPE)

Vicky and the Treasure of the Gods

Stereotec (Rat Pack Filmproduktion)

 

INTERNATIONAL JURY PRIZE (3DTV - LIVE SPORTS)

The Ryder Cup (2012)

Sky UK

 

INTERNATIONAL JURY PRIZE (3DTV - ENTERTAINMENT)

The Little Prince

PGS & Sky Italia

 

INTERNATIONAL JURY PRIZE (3DTV - SHORT)

Little Crackers

Bwark Productions & Sky UK

In addition, two more 3D Technology Awards were presented to RealD, and Innoventive Software.

The program was held in the Crystal Ballroom of the Beverly Hills Hotel. Host Leonard Maltin was assisted by actress Jackie Lloyd, granddaughter of Harold Lloyd, and singer/actress Meagan Chase. Voting was conducted during the month of January by 400 of the Society’s voting members.

About the International 3D Society & 3D@Home Consortium
The International 3D Society & 3D@Home Consortium advances 3D content, products and adoption through recognition, networking, communication for professionals and consumers. With over 60 companies and 500 professional members, the organization honors the year’s best during its 3D Technology and 3D Creative Awards programs; hosts worldwide meetings, workshops and demonstrations; and manages many online resources to assist consumers and professionals to further understand and integrate 3D into their lives. Visit: www.International3DSociety.com, www.3DatHome.org, and 3DUniversity.net to explore the full range of 3D information available.

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