3-D is Coming

"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
near future. Keep an eye on this website for updates.

Visit our YouTube channel for exclusive clips and footage.

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