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Old 04-26-2018, 09:17 PM   #21
LordoftheRings LordoftheRings is offline
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We here @ we should form our own Advanced Light Imaging Academy Society - ALIAS

Coco in (((3D))) was real cool.
Kids over all North America should see it.

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Old 04-27-2018, 03:00 AM   #22
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Originally Posted by Rickyrockard View Post

Blade Runner 2049 and Coco were the big winners (as voted by those in the industry).

Previous winners have included:

2010 - Avatar & Up
2011 - Tron: Legacy & How to Train Your Dragon
2012 - Hugo & Tintin/Puss In Boots
2013 - Life of Pi & Brave
2014 - Gravity & Frozen
2015 - Guardians of the Galaxy/Sin City 2 & The Lego Movie/How to Train Your Dragon 2
2016 - Force Awakens/The Martian & Inside Out
2017 - Billy Lynn/Doctor Strange & Zootopia/Kubo and the Two Strings

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Stereoscopic photography is infinitely more challenging to do than a mere 3-D Conversion. They are two different things. No 3-D conversion should be eligible, unless it's a separate category. "Best 3-D Conversion," ha!
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Old 05-03-2018, 10:25 AM   #23
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Perhaps challenging in once sense but not others (how many individuals are involved in a conversion vs native production?). All that matters is the end result - the impact on the film going experience.

Just because one method of achieving the same thing is harder/more impressive than another, should it discredit the other?
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