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Geneva Film Co. begins work on Foxed! – Canada’s first stop-motion stereoscopic 3D film

Geneva Film Co. Begins Work on Foxed!-Canada’s First Stop-Motion Stereoscopic 3D Film

TORONTO - Geneva Film Co. has begun production on Canada’s first stop-motion animated 3D film. Following in the footsteps of the immensely successful Coraline 3D, Foxed! leverages the immersive power of Digital 3D and the beauty of handmade stop-motion animation.

Written and directed by award winning animator Nev Bezaire, Foxed! tells the story of Emily, a twelve year old girl who is kidnapped by foxes along with the rest of the town’s children. When she discovers that the foxes are living the children’s lives unbeknownst to their parents, she must overcome her impulsive nature and outwit the foxes. The viewer will explore the frightening 3D world the foxes have created as Emily struggles to save the town’s children. When complete, the film will be delivered for TV as a regular 2D version and as a theatrical film in 2D and Digital 3D.

Foxed! is produced by Geneva Film Co.’s founder and digital 3D filmmaking pioneer, James Stewart, who has led the Digital 3D movement in Canada. With the release of James Cameron’s Avatar on December 18, cinemas worldwide are scrambling to install 3D screens. There are currently over 10,000 digital 3D screens worldwide.

“The work we are doing and what you will see in films like Avatar will revolutionize motion pictures in all media – film, TV, gaming and mobile. The immersive nature of 3D changes the way we tell stories” says Stewart.

Foxed! was recently awarded a Bravo!FACT grant kick-starting production this month. It is expected to be released in the Spring of 2010.

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Geneva Film Co. begins work on Foxed! – Canada’s first stop-motion stereoscopic 3D film

Geneva Film Co. Begins Work on Foxed!-Canada’s First Stop-Motion Stereoscopic 3D Film

TORONTO - Geneva Film Co. has begun production on Canada’s first stop-motion animated 3D film. Following in the footsteps of the immensely successful Coraline 3D, Foxed! leverages the immersive power of Digital 3D and the beauty of handmade stop-motion animation.

Written and directed by award winning animator Nev Bezaire, Foxed! tells the story of Emily, a twelve year old girl who is kidnapped by foxes along with the rest of the town’s children. When she discovers that the foxes are living the children’s lives unbeknownst to their parents, she must overcome her impulsive nature and outwit the foxes. The viewer will explore the frightening 3D world the foxes have created as Emily struggles to save the town’s children. When complete, the film will be delivered for TV as a regular 2D version and as a theatrical film in 2D and Digital 3D.

Foxed! is produced by Geneva Film Co.’s founder and digital 3D filmmaking pioneer, James Stewart, who has led the Digital 3D movement in Canada. With the release of James Cameron’s Avatar on December 18, cinemas worldwide are scrambling to install 3D screens. There are currently over 10,000 digital 3D screens worldwide.

“The work we are doing and what you will see in films like Avatar will revolutionize motion pictures in all media – film, TV, gaming and mobile. The immersive nature of 3D changes the way we tell stories” says Stewart.

Foxed! was recently awarded a Bravo!FACT grant kick-starting production this month. It is expected to be released in the Spring of 2010.

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Geneva Film Co. begins work on Foxed! – Canada’s first stop-motion stereoscopic 3D film

Geneva Film Co. Begins Work on Foxed!-Canada’s First Stop-Motion Stereoscopic 3D Film

TORONTO - Geneva Film Co. has begun production on Canada’s first stop-motion animated 3D film. Following in the footsteps of the immensely successful Coraline 3D, Foxed! leverages the immersive power of Digital 3D and the beauty of handmade stop-motion animation.

Written and directed by award winning animator Nev Bezaire, Foxed! tells the story of Emily, a twelve year old girl who is kidnapped by foxes along with the rest of the town’s children. When she discovers that the foxes are living the children’s lives unbeknownst to their parents, she must overcome her impulsive nature and outwit the foxes. The viewer will explore the frightening 3D world the foxes have created as Emily struggles to save the town’s children. When complete, the film will be delivered for TV as a regular 2D version and as a theatrical film in 2D and Digital 3D.

Foxed! is produced by Geneva Film Co.’s founder and digital 3D filmmaking pioneer, James Stewart, who has led the Digital 3D movement in Canada. With the release of James Cameron’s Avatar on December 18, cinemas worldwide are scrambling to install 3D screens. There are currently over 10,000 digital 3D screens worldwide.

“The work we are doing and what you will see in films like Avatar will revolutionize motion pictures in all media – film, TV, gaming and mobile. The immersive nature of 3D changes the way we tell stories” says Stewart.

Foxed! was recently awarded a Bravo!FACT grant kick-starting production this month. It is expected to be released in the Spring of 2010.

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