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The Best Cult, Horror and Exploitation Short Films in TLACult.com First Annual Short Film Contest

Horsham, PA (Washington Bangla Radio / PRWEB) September 22, 2010: TLACult.com (www.tlacult.com), an online and direct mail DVD and VOD entertainment retailer specializing in unusual cult, horror and exploitation cinema, announced today the launch of the TLACult.com 2010 Short Film Contest. Short filmmakers are encouraged to submit their homemade cult, horror or exploitation movies to TLA’s corporate office in Philadelphia where four members of TLA’s web content department will screen the films in order to find the best and most unusual short films out there. Then they will choose 20 finalists whose work will appear using the site’s Streaming Video service for devoted genre fans to screen and vote for their favorites.

Ariana Gillis' Shake The Apple 3D Music Video by Stereo3D Unlimited using Arri's New Alexa Cameras released

Stereo 3D Music Video Shooting StillStereoscopic production company Stereo3D Unlimited, in partnership with Arri Canada, Stereo3D Tango, Matrox, JVC Professional and Zeiss shoot Ariana Gillis' "Shake The Apple" stereoscopic 3D music video with two Arri Alexa cameras.

Toronto, Canada, September 13, 2010 (Washington Bangla Radio / PRWEB) Toronto-based production company, Stereo3D Unlimited (http://www.stereo3Dunlimited.com), has just shot and released the stereoscopic 3D music video "Shake The Apple" by Ariana Gillis on YouTube 3D and Vimeo. The four minute video was shot at Stereo3D Unlimited's studio in Toronto using two Arri Alexa cameras (http://www.arri.com), Zeiss Master Prime lenses, the Stereo3D Tango beamsplitter rig, and Dashwood Cinema Solutions' Stereo3D Live calibration/analysis software. Post was completed in-house with Final Cut Pro and After Effects using Dashwood Cinema Solutions' Stereo3D Toolbox.


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