Posted on October 17, 2012

Industry Session on S3D at Reel Asian

3D FLIC & CFC MEDIA LAB present a session in the industry series at the Toronto Reel Asian International Film Festival:


Posted on October 17, 2012

CFI funding for Stereoscopic 3D Lab at York

The Canada Foundation for Innovation (CFI) has awarded funding to York University for infrastructure to support S3D film research.

Ali Kazimi, professor in Department of Film in the Faculty of Fine Arts, received funding from the CFI to develop a state-of-the-art Stereoscopic 3D Lab @ York. The funding will allow Kazimi to augment and build upon the core of the stereoscopic research based production and post-production facility that has emerged out of the 3D FLIC (Film Innovation Consortium) project. S3DL @ York will become the first dedicated facility of its type in Canada, enabling the study of stereoscopic 3D story-telling practices, their production and distribution, combined with insights and best practices gleaned from stringent psycho-physical tests and experimentation. S3DL will meld art and science in the best tradition of inter-disciplinary research, enabling one to push the boundaries of the knowledge generated by the other and vice versa in a deliberate, complementary and interactive way. Kazimi will work with researchers Laurie Wilcox and Rob Allison from York’s Centre for Vision Research on this project. Excerpted and edited from

Posted on September 18, 2012

3D Flic to host workshop on High Frame Rate S3D

3D Flic is hosting an exciting and informative workshop on the challenges and opportunities of High Frame Rate stereoscopic cinema. The workshop will be held at the facilities of 3D Flic partner SIRT and features High Frame Rate content and demos using projection equipment from partner Christie Digital. Please visit for details and signup.

Posted on September 17, 2012

3D Flic partners with SIRT/Sheridan College to Launch the 3D Ontario portal is intended as a resource for both local and foreign productions interested in working with members of the Ontario entertainment community with 3D production experience, skills, services or equipment. The site allows individuals, organizations, guilds, unions and companies working in stereoscopic and computer-generated 3D to publish their details in an online, searchable database, which can then be viewed by anyone searching for Ontario-based 3D expertise or services.

The portal was launched Wed. March 28, 2012 at an event held at the Design Exchange.


Posted on March 6, 2012

Welcome to the new Website!

We’ve just finished up the newest version of our website. We hope you enjoy!