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A Place For Film: The Fall 2011 3D Showcase

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Episode 62 - Discussing The Fall 2011 3D Showcase At The IU Cinema



On this week's episode, we discuss the Fall 2011 3D Showcase at the Cinema, which will take place December 6th at 7PM at the IU Cinema. Chris describes all of the films that will be shown.

We start out with What Have You Seen Lately, where the holiday kept Jason from seeing anything new. But Andy went into overdrive, and talks about a lot of films at the Cinema, along with the Man With No Name trilogy from Sergio Leone, including The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly. Chris and Dylan throw in some picks as well.

Andy also makes an announcement about the Iris Film Festival, which is now accepting submissions and will be held on January 28th. You can find more info at https://www.irisfilmfestival.com.

We then start talking about the 3D showcase, and Andy starts out by talking about two recent 3D movies he's seen. Then Chris describes which films will be showing during the showcase, including two of his recent projects, and some recent educational work from the university.

It's a fun conversation, so enjoy!

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Movies Mentioned In This Episode:



21 Jump Street

300

Adventures in Babysitting

A Very Harold And Kumar 3D Christmas

Citizen Kane

Corpse Eaters

Dead Christmas

Deep Red

For A Few Dollars More

Fistful of Dollars

Immortals

Manila Envelopes

Melancholia

Moneyball

Ms. 45

New Year's Eve

Night Of The Living Dead

Night Train To Terror

Once Upon A Time In The West

Prancer

Project Z-6463

Scanners

Sukiyaki Western Django

The Birds

The Good, The Bad, and the Ugly

The Golden Book

The Magnificent Ambersons

The Sitter

The Stewardesses

The White Reindeer

Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy

Vertigo

Yojimbo

Young Adults

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