Oscar in 3D: Creative Talent Discusses Impact of the Third Dimension

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Film Journal International profiles the prevalence of 3D at this year's Oscars and how it has affected fields as far-ranging as cinematography, production design and costume design. Hugo's Oscar-winning production designer Dante Ferretti says, "When we started…[Hugo] was supposed to be in normal 2D. We understood that to do it in 3D, we had to take more attention for all the details, for everything, for foreground, for more depth."

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