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Directed by Werner Herzog
2010, 90min, DCP
The inimitable Werner Herzog guides audiences on a mystical trip into France’s rarely glimpsed Chauvet Cave, site of the world’s oldest known man-made art. By turns eccentric (witness a characteristically Herzogian detour into the wild world of albino alligators) and transcendent, this awe-inspiring documentary uses stereoscopic technology to transportive effect.
"The Chauvet cave is a lost cathedral, and Herzog's film responds with subdued passion to its profound mystery."
Directed by Ikuo Nakamura
2014, 11min, DCP
Ikuo Nakamura captured the Northern Lights in 3D, creating a stereoscopic image of the phenomenon by placing 2 cameras 5 miles apart.