Watch French 3D Short "La Mer, Un Metier" Online
"La Mer, Un Metier" (The Sea, a Profession) is a 9-minute stereoscopic 3D short promoting the richness and diversity of marine trades in the French coastal region of Brittany.
A new small size 3D theatre was installed specially for the regional Olympics selection event in Brest (France) in February 2014. The movie was shot on a Panasonic AG3D-P1 by local company 3DStereoProd.
Watch the full 3D and 2D versions here under.
"La Mer, Un Métier" in 3D
Best viewed in 3D with Nvidia 3D Vision glasses and the Firefox browser.
Director Pierre Souchar said: "The life and work of seawomen and seamen remain for many of us a great mystery, often fueled by our childhood reading and images of the past. Our movie invites you to experience in nine minutes selected moments in the life of these women and men who have their eyes on the open sea, even when they work on land."
- Director: Pierre Souchar (IMDB)
- Producer: Jean-Baptiste Curt, 3DStereoProd
- Duration : 9 minutes
- Number of shots: 177
- Original music recorded and mixed in 5.1
- Available in 3D DCP format
- Distributed in Brittany in theaters equiped with Eye3Shut glasses
"La Mer, Un Métier" in 2D
StereoProd (Plouzané, Brittany, France) produces stereoscopic 3D movies for theme parks and museums as well as for education, research, and communication companies.
StereoProd works in close partnership with 3DFovea, the French Observatory for 3D Acceptance.
Visit StereoProd to discover other 3D trailers and learn more about the company.