"A fascinating history of 3-D and wide-screen film-making."
Dave Kehr/New York Times – October 4, 2013
"Long settled as leading authority on depth and widescreen history."
John McElwee/Greenbriar Picture Shows – October 3, 2013
Welcome to the 3-D Film Archive; the first organization dedicated to saving and preserving our stereoscopic film heritage.
Founded in 1990 by award-winning
producer, author and motion picture archivist Bob Furmanek, we have located and restored original dual-strip 35mm polarized 3-D prints
of more than thirty features and two dozen shorts from 1922-1955, the “Golden
Age” of 3-D cinema.
Our team: Jack Theakston, Bob Furmanek, Greg Kintz and Thad Komorowski
The following 3-D Film Archive restorations
are now available on 3-D Blu-ray:
Our films are not in the red/blue anaglyphic format. They are presented in their original and superior polarized 3-D versions.
There are many more classics coming to 3-D Blu-ray in the
Contact us for additional information on our vast library of vintage 3-D materials, including posters, lobby cards, pressbooks and stereo slides from the Golden Age of 3-D movies.
3-D FILM ARCHIVE, LLC: PRESERVING OUR STEREOSCOPIC FILM HERITAGE SINCE 1990