Help us Restore "September Storm 3D", a lost 3D movie
We need your help to SAVE SEPTEMBER STORM!
SEPTEMBER STORM is considered one of the "lost" 3D features of the golden age of 3D stereoscopic cinema. Shot in 1959, it was the last of the 3D movies to be filmed in the 1950s, and is most notable for being filmed in Stereo-Vision (utilizing the Natural Vision 3D camera rig) and in CinemaScope. SEPTEMBER STORM hasn't been seen in it's intended 3D and widescreen format since it's initial theatrical release in 1960, and the surviving film elements are deteriorating. If a digital restoration of the stereoscopic anamorphic version isn't done soon, it is at risk of being lost forever. Your donation to this Kickstarter campaign will help save this important motion picture so that it can be seen by future generations of movie fans.
The 3-D Film Archive has been actively working to preserve our 3-D film heritage by digitally restoring classic 3-D movies, and making them available to a new generation of theatergoers and home viewers. Recent restoration projects include the 3-D movies DRAGONFLY SQUADRON, THE BUBBLE, THE MASK, GOG, and the 3-D RARITIES collection.
The Archive has teamed up with 501(c)3 nonprofit organization 3-D SPACE: The Center For Stereoscopic Photography, Art, Cinema, and Education to embark on the conservation and restoration of SEPTEMBER STORM. Your donation to this project through 3-D SPACE may qualify for an income tax deduction in accordance with Federal and/or State income tax laws. Please consult with your tax advisor to determine whether your donation is tax deductible in whole or in part.
The project is on Kickstarter. Pledge USD100 or more and get a copy of the limited edition Blu-ray 3D.
September Storm is on Wikipedia.