In an interview with The Hollywood Reporter's Carolyn Giardina, James Cameron talks about what he sees as the future of 3D and its use in both narrative and documentary films.
"I was probably too conservative on Avatar, and I’m going to open up my depth more on the Avatar sequels," he says. "I think a lot of filmmakers come to it, maybe pressured by the studios or genuinely wanting to do it, but as directors we are so used to having to know the answer ahead of time. You have to have the confidence to ask questions...I want filmmakers to embrace this technology and this art form."
He also predicts a comeback for 3D TV once glasses-free technology permeates the market.
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