In which the Nerdwriter explains why you might be getting headaches watching 3D movies. Personally, I see 3D movies as an art form as distinct from 2D films as 2D films are distinct from writing, or music. Technically, filmmaking for me has always been about the composition of a flat frame, with the use of lens, framing, and light to create the image, almost like a painting.
Here's a blog post by Roger Ebert that started me thinking on this: http://blogs.suntimes.com/ebert/2011/01/post_4.html
52 Books 52 Weeks: http://fiftytwobooksfiftytwoweeks.tumblr.com/
Big City: https://gumroad.com/l/rqDD
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