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The International 3D and Advanced Imaging Society Announces 2014 Creative Arts Awards Winners


LR-Lumieres copyThe International 3D and Advanced Imaging Society presented the 5th annual Creative Arts Awards Tuesday night at the The Steven J. Ross Theatre on the Warner Bros. studio lot. Lumieres were given to filmmakers who demonstrated outstanding achievement in 3D and 4K production.

Guests were welcomed with a musical number, screened in 3D, from Disney’s Frozen. Receiving warm recognition, Frozen won for both best stereography animation and best animated 3D Feature. Disney’s short film Get A Horse won for best short 3D motion picture narrative.

Gravity pulled four categories into its orbit, including best live action 3D feature, best stereography live action, 3D scene of the year and best 2D-to-3D conversion.

Awards for achievement in 4K production were given to Breaking Bad and Space: Unraveling The Cosmos.

The award for best 3D documentary went to Metallica for the film Metallica Through The Never. The award was accepted by bandmates Lars Ulrich and Robert Trujillo. “We had no idea what this movie was going to be except that it was going to be in 3D,” said Ulrich.

The 3D and Advanced Imaging Society’s Harold Lloyd Award was presented to Jeffrey Katzenberg, CEO of DreamWorks Animation. The society praised Katzenberg for championing 3D in its earliest stages and credited him for the society’s foundation. Accepting the award, Katzenberg said, “We’ve been so passionate about 3D because we realized creative opportunities like this come around once in a lifetime.”

The winners of the 2014 Creative Arts Award are:

Harold Lloyd Award
Jeffrey Katzenberg Dreamworks Animation (DWA)

Live Action 3D Feature
Warner Bros.

Animated 3D Feature
The Walt Disney Animation Studios

Short 3D Motion Picture/Narrative
Get A Horse
The Walt Disney Animation Studios

3D Documentary
Metallica Through The Never
Picturehouse Entertainment

Theatrical Motion Picture – Outstanding Use of 2D-to-3D Conversion
Warner Bros.

3D Scene/Moment of the Year
Warner Bros.

Stereography – Live Action
Warner Bros.

Stereography – Animation
The Walt Disney Animation Studios

3D Advertising
Olympic Ident. BBC – UK

3DTV Historical Documentary
Inside The Mind Of Leonardo
Sky Uk

3DTV Nature Documentary
The Mountain’s Spirit – The Shennongjia Snub-Nosed Money
Shanghai Media Group – China

3DTV Cultural Documentary
Guo Mai
CCTV – China

3DTV Entertainment Series
Little Cracker – Ghost Story Sprout Pictures – UK

3DTV Sports
F1 Barcelona Testing Sky Uk

International Feature – Animated
Space Pirate Captain Harlock
Qtech, Inc. – Japan

International Feature – Live Action
Present For You
Plus Heads, Inc. – Japan

International 3D Live Event
Mayday Nowhere B’in Music – Taiwan

International Short – Animated
Mr. Hublot
Zeilt Productions – Luxenbourg

International Short – Live Action
Lapse Of Time
Kafard Films – France

International Entertainment – Music
Des Roar 3D International Media Parnters, Inc. – Canada

Jury Prize – Russia
Columbia Pictures

Sir Charles Wheatstone Award
Pixar Animation Studios

Century Award
Steve Schklair 3ality Technica

4K Documentary
Space: Unraveling The Cosmos

4K Entertainment
Breaking Bad AMC

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