3D HFR Movie 'Above Us All' Awarded at 3D Image Festival
The 3D HFR movie "Above Us All" by Eugenie Jansen, that was released on 11 september 2014 in the Netherlands won the 'Best Feature' award in the 3D IMAGE festival (Lodz, Poland). This 3D only festival attributes their awards to the stereographers of the winning movies, in this case the Belgian stereographer Kommer Kleijn SBC.
Above us All is a story of 11 year-old girl Shay who, after the death of her indigenous mother, is taken from Australia to Ypres by her Flemish father. In her new surroundings, full of traces of the First World War, Shay tries to understand her mother’s death. In the meantime the camera is spinning around in circles questioning about our position in time and space.
3D Stereoscopic HFR Format
The 100-minute film was shot using an innovative technique: stereoscopic 3D at 50 frames per second, using long panoramic shots in every scene. The Story is told through a series of 2-minute long 360° panoramic shots running from left to right. Three circular shots were filmed each day for 30 days.