Celebrating the one year anniversary of their online screening room, and following the success of such 3D titles as Avatar and Up, Canada’s National Film Board has continued to innovate by making some of the films in its online screening room available in 3D. Short films Drux Flux by Theodore Ushev and the Genie Award-winning Falling in Love Again by Munro Ferguson are available now, as well as excerpts from Facing Champlain, a stereoscopic production created for the 400th anniversary celebrations in Quebec City. The films will be viewable both in the online screening room and on the iPhone application using 3D glasses, which can either be ordered from the NFB web site, or picked up for free at their Toronto Mediatheque (150 John Street).
Visit the NFB 3D portal for more information.
In addition, they are making 26 of their films available in HD, including celebrated shorts like Madame Tutli-Putli, Ryan, and The Cat Came Back. No glasses required for these, just head to their HD portal and enjoy.