If you missed Coraline in 3D now is your chance!
This is a one-night only screening and seating is limited to only 65 people.
When: Thursday, July 28th, 6:30pm to 10:00pm
Where: Living Room Theaters, 314 SW Tenth Avenue, Portland
Tickets: $50 per person, purchase tickets at the 3D Center, 1928 NW Lovejoy
Or call 503.227.6667 to purchase tickets by phone/credit card Thursday – Saturday, 11am to 5pm
LAIKA will give a ‘behind the scenes’ of Coraline talk before the screening AND every ticket purchase includes a chance to win one of two Coraline gift packages that includes the making of Coraline book, and other movie memorabilia.
LAIKA’s film Coraline (2009) is the first stop-motion feature to be conceived and photographed in 3D and was written and directed by Henry Selick (The Nightmare Before Christmas, James and the Giant Peach).
Coraline had its World Premiere on February 5, 2009 at the Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall in Portland. Among other awards in 2009, Coraline was nominated for an Academy Award®, and also captured the prestigious Cristal at the Annecy International Animation Festival in France.
Proceeds from this event benefit the education fund for the 3D Center of Art & Photography – providing free admission for youth 14 years and younger, hands-on 3D fun, the world’s best 3D movie shorts and gallery exhibitions featuring 3D artists from around the world.
This event is sponsored in part by:
LAIKA Wieden + Kennedy
Image3D Living Room Theaters
The 3D Center of Art & Photography is the world’s only art gallery, museum and movie theater dedicated to 3D image making; past, present and future. Visitors to the 3D Center are guided through our galleries, museum and theater. They learn the history of stereo (3D) imaging and experience the many methods of 3D through hands-on exhibitions. Our 3D movie theater features amateur and professional 3D movie makers from around the world and highlight the very best in 3D cinematography; animation, still photography and computer graphics.
All visitors leave with a new pair of anaglyph glasses and information about how they can immediately begin making their own 3D photographs including the very popular, Phantograms/3D pop-ups.
Admission is only $5 for adults 15 and older and always free for visitors 14 and younger!
The 3D Center is supported by visitors like you, 3D enthusiasts from around the world and a growing number of companies who support our important mission to promote and preserve the art and science of 3D imaging…
Image3D FujiFilm USA 3D Division
Wieden + Kennedy SwellPath Interactive
American Paper Optics Dean + Associates Conservation Services