Warner’s 'Gravity' Tops 3D Awards29 Jan, 2014 By: Chris Tribbey
Warner Bros.’ Gravity took home four top honors at the annual 3D Creative Arts Awards, handed out Jan. 28 by the International 3D & Advanced Imaging Society.
The film won best Live Action 3D Feature, best Stereography — Live Action, best 3D Scene of the Year and best 2D to 3D Conversion awards.
Disney’s Frozen won best Animated 3D Feature and best Stereography — Animation awards, while Metallica: Through the Never, from Picturehouse Entertainment, won best Motion Picture Documentary.
Get a Horse from Disney was given best Short-Subject Movie honors, and Sony’s Stalingrad received the group’s 2014 Jury Prize for Outstanding 3D Artistic Achievement.
DreamWorks Animation CEO Jeffrey Katzenberg was given the Society’s Harold Lloyd Filmmaker Award, and Pixar Animation was honored with the Sir Charles Wheatstone Award (awarded for distinguished achievement in 3D storytelling).
“It is clear from these winners that 3D is maturing as an art form,” said Society Awards chairman Buzz Hays. “From live action, to animated, to concert movies, to documentaries, today’s audiences are experiencing 3D in astounding and exciting new productions like never before.”