Feature - Against Flatness

"Almost from the very beginning of cinema's history, filmmakers have been trying to push the boundaries of the medium. While recent thinking often resists the presumption that images should be a certain height and width, housed with the square or rectangular containers they’ve become contained to, much early experimentation fought in the other direction: against the flatness of the frame, and towards depth - towards 3D. Why should the world’s three dimensions, through capture, be reduced to just two?"

Full article on the history of 3D cinema on Little White Lies

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