Category:3D concert films
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The following 15 pages are in this category, out of 15 total. This list may not reflect recent changes (learn more).
The following 15 pages are in this category, out of 15 total. This list may not reflect recent changes (learn more).
1. Aphrodite: Les Folies Tour – Aphrodite, Les Folies Tour was the twelfth concert tour by Australian recording artist Kylie Minogue. The tour supported her studio album, Aphrodite. The tour visited Europe, Asia, North America, Australia, Minogue has stated the tour was highly technical yet it remained somewhat intimate. Given the nature of the show, the tour was acknowledged by two names, Aphrodite, Les Folies Tour and Aphrodite Live. The tour ranked 6th in Pollstars Top 50 Worldwide Tour, earning over $52.1 million from 68 shows, at the conclusion of 2011, the tour placed 21st on Billboards annual, Top 25 Tours, earning over $32.6 million with 41 shows. The tour earned over $52.8 million from 72 shows, overall, the tour grossed an estimated $60 million. During an interview in June 2010, Minogue was asked if she was going to tour with her latest album. Yes, I have show concepts in mind but I cant tell you yet, because it really is in its infancy But come on, with the name Aphrodite as the launch pad, were going to have a lot to play with. I would like the tour to be like, youre on that sea. and there are the rushes and the dips, the vibe that Ive put out there with All the Lovers, and that Im getting back, is feel love, share love. Thats what I want the show to be, during a gay pride festival in Hamburg, Germany, an advertisement was displayed showing Minogue touring in Hamburg, Mannheim, Berlin, Munich and Oberhausen. During a promotional appearance in Germany to promote her album, Minogue expressed it will be a world tour stating she would like to return to tour the Americas, the tour was officially announced via Minogues website on 6 September 2010. I cant wait to get on the road and see all my fans in 2011, Minogue later confirmed she would return to the United States to tour. This became the time the singer has performed stateside since her breakthrough in 2002. She described her previous feat as one of her best decisions in her career and she further commented, The last couple of years Ive really made the effort to visit a lot of places Id never toured in before and that was so rewarding, fulfilling and inspiring. Im a glutton for punishment so I want to do it again, at the beginning of the new year, Minogue stated that the tour would be her biggest to date. The stage is proclaimed to be the most extravagant staging built for any tour with several movable parts, seven lifts. It will also feature water jets created by The Fountain People, the show will be a homage to Greek mythology and culture, with an aerial act inspired by the musical Spider-Man, Turn Off the Dark. The entire production is valued at over $25 million, and will see Minogue joined on stage by a cast of dancers, the show will be moved throughout Europe by a crew of over 100 personnel in a fleet of 25 trucks
2. Appetite for Democracy 3D – This is the first live DVD release of Guns N Roses since Use Your Illusion I and Use Your Illusion II in 1992. The show was filmed entirely in 3D and was produced by Barry Summers from Rock Fuel Media, the cover art features part of the original banned cover art from Appetite For Destruction. The DVD debuted #1 on the Billboard music video sales chart and it also won best 3D music entertainment feature at the 2015 International 3D & Advanced Imaging Society Awards. Videos of the band performing Chinese Democracy, November Rain, Sweet Child O Mine, You Could Be Mine, standard Amaray DVD – full show and bonus interviews. Standard 3D Blu-ray – 3D and 2D on 1 disc, picture format, 1080P, sound format,5.1 channel DTS-HD Master Audio. Digital Long Form – full content available for download and via Mobile App. Deluxe Edition –5.1 3D Blu-ray / 2CD / T-shirt bundle Credits are adapted from the DVDs liner notes
3. Glee: The 3D Concert Movie – Glee, The 3D Concert Movie is a 2011 American 3D concert documentary film directed by Kevin Tancharoen and produced by Dante Di Loreto and Ryan Murphy. It is based on the Fox television series Glee and features the cast performing during the Glee Live. The film was released theatrically in the United States on August 12,2011 to minor box office success, grossing over $18 million worldwide, Glee, The 3D Concert Movie depicts a Glee Cast concert in East Rutherford, New Jersey during the groups Glee Live. It features behind-the-scenes footage, and a setlist of songs from the shows first, the fan segments were created by documentary filmmaker Jennifer Arnold. The film features performances from the cast as their characters from the show. The fourteen central cast members are, Jane Lynch and Gwyneth Paltrow appeared at concerts shot for the film, ten actors and dancers appear as the Dalton Academy Warblers, joining Criss for a mini-set of three songs. Four of these Warblers appeared on the Glee TV series in the season, Titus Makin. Curt Mega, Riker Lynch, and Jon Hall, in May 2010, the Glee cast performed a sold-out 13-date North American concert tour. A European extension of the tour was announced in November of that year, Murphy stated that the number of venues Glee Live. Could visit was limited, due to constraints imposed by producing the television series, and as such. They felt left out because we went to four cities during our first tour. This movie will give fans—not just in the US but around the world—the chance to experience the Glee concert in a visceral way, newman said that the 3D format was chosen to give the audience an immersing experience, and that the project is principally about brand extension. Filmed on June 16–17,2011, at the Izod Center in East Rutherford, New Jersey, Glee, glen MacPherson served as director of photography, and utilised seven Fusion 3D rigs with a range of set-ups, including a Cablecam, Steadicam, and Technocrane. The digital cinematography cameras held by the rigs mainly comprised a combination of Arri Alexas, CPG CEO Vince Pace noted, One of the biggest challenges that we were able to overcome was the way these cameras are handled in a live production environment. The infrastructure of had to accommodate the camera formats and process them as a single format. That is not common in the broadcast world and he cited this as a factor which helped enable the films completion with just a six-week post-production schedule. Such budget was revealed by The Hollywood Reporter to be $9 million. The press junket for the film was held in Los Angeles on August 6–7,2011, the film was released in the United Kingdom on August 19,2011, also running for a two-week engagement
4. Jonas Brothers: The 3D Concert Experience – Jonas Brothers, The 3D Concert Experience is a 2009 concert film released in Disney Digital 3-D and RealD 3D. It was released in the United States and Canada on February 27,2009 with the release in other later on. The film stars the American Pop trio Kevin, Joe and Nick Jonas, also known as the Jonas Brothers, the film intercuts to concert performances off their self-titled second studio album and third studio album, filmed during their tour on July 13–14,2008 in Anaheim. Performing alongside the Jonas Brothers are guest stars Demi Lovato on This Is Me, Taylor Swift on Shouldve Said No, live to Party Burnin Up Tonight Shelf The films soundtrack was released on February 24,2009, three days before the films release. It debuted at number #3 on the Billboard 200, the film received mostly negative reviews from critics, it holds a 25% Rotten rating on the review aggregator website Rotten Tomatoes based on 68 critics reviews. On Metacritic, the film has a score of 45 out of 100 based on 14 reviews, in general, critics panned the film for lacking appeal to any people outside the groups fan base. The film was nominated for a Teen Choice Award in 2009 for Choice Movie, Music/Dance and Choice Music Album, the film was also nominated for two Razzie Awards including Worst Screen Couple for the Jonas Brothers but they ended up winning Worst Actor. The film was released on DVD and Blu-ray on June 30,2009, in the US, the Blu-ray edition of the film includes the anagyph 3D version, with both one and two-disc DVD editions including only the 2D version of the film. However, for the UK and Australia DVD releases, Disney chose to release the film with the 3D version on DVD, as there was no Blu-ray release in either country
5. Justin Bieber: Never Say Never – Justin Bieber, Never Say Never is a 2011 3-D concert film centering on singer Justin Bieber. It was released in the United States, Canada and Africa on February 11,2011, a sequel to Never Say Never was released on December 25,2013 entitled Justin Biebers Believe. The film follows the pop star Justin Bieber during 10 days counting down to what is considered his biggest performance, that of August 31,2010 in Madison Square Garden and it shows footage of the performances during this period from his My World Tour. The main people around Bieber, being like family and good friends to him, are interviewed, various instances of praying together before a show are shown. The film also includes a visit Bieber made to his hometown while being in Canada for the tour and he is scolded for having damaged his voice while having fun with his old friends. Reluctantly he accepts the postponement of a performance in Syracuse and he is not allowed to speak for some days, and thus recovers enough to do the next performance, at MSG. Also included are some stories and old videos of Biebers childhood and he was raised by his mother but also had a very special bond with his maternal step-grandfather. The latter still gets emotional about the time that Bieber and his moved to Atlanta. The website also reported that the film, described as a feature biopic would be directed by the Academy Award-winning An Inconvenient Truths director Davis Guggenheim, the untitled film was said to also include performances from Biebers My World Tour throughout. Biebers manager Scooter Braun and Island Def Jam president L. A. Reid were tapped to produce, after the report was published by Deadline, Bieber confirmed the news on his official Twitter account, and verified that it would be released around February 11,2011. In a following tweet, Bieber stated that the performances for the film would be set to take place at Madison Square Garden on the tour. On August 4,2010, Deadline reported that Guggenheim had dropped out of the position for the film. After the future of the film was up in the air for a few days, on August 13,2010, it was reported that Step Up 3D director Jon Chu was recruited to direct the film. On directing the film, Chu stated that he jumped at the opportunity to tell a story with honesty and heart, as most people did not know that Bieber had a true underdog story. Chu went on to say that he hoped to tell his story in a compelling, genuine way, in another interview, Chu said that the movie was for fans and non-fans alike, commenting, were gonna tell the underdog story of where he came from. He later explained that it was fascinating due to Biebers story had much to do with the digital lifestyle, such as using YouTube. On the type of film, Chu said Theres not going to be acted-out scenes and its not your typical concert film and its not going to be a biopic, but it is about his life. The contest lasted for twenty-four hours, on August 31,2010, filming took place at his concert at Madison Square Garden for scenes for the film, and Bieber donned white and purple attire, his tour colors
6. Katy Perry: Part of Me – Katy Perry, Part of Me is a 2012 3D autobiographical documentary film on Katy Perry. It was directed by Dan Cutforth and Jane Lipsitz and released in the United States, Canada, the UK, the film is spliced with performances from her worldwide California Dreams Tour, which had 127 concerts from February 20,2011 to January 22,2012. Most of the performances were recorded on November 23,2011, at the Staples Center in Los Angeles, some of her friends such as Rihanna, Lady Gaga, Adele, and Jessie J make cameos in the film. The documentary includes scenes of Perry dealing with the breakdown of her marriage with English actor/comedian Russell Brand and this film, youre going to see it from my best friend/buddy perspective, youre going to see exactly what I mean and feel and think about everything. One golden ticket to the premiere was placed in a random physical copy of Teenage Dream. The first trailer of the film was aired during the 2012 Kids Choice Awards, on March 31,2012, Katy announced via Twitter that the film would be released during the weekend of July 4. A trailer of the film was released on April 2,2012 on iTunes Stores worldwide, Perry teamed up with Pepsi to promote the film. The partnership included co-branded television and radio spots, digital advertising, all elements of the campaign featured Pepsis new global tag line, Live for Now. The campaign offered consumers the chance to win trips to attend the premiere of the film in Los Angeles. Perry held and attended premieres in Sydney, Australia and London, England, on July 30,2012, there was a premiere in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil with the presence of Perry. Special 3D glasses were designed and distributed in theaters, the glasses featured a red and white candy stripe motif common to Perrys visual style and also featured the films official Twitter hashtag. This film was rated PG for some content, language, thematic elements. Review aggregate website Rotten Tomatoes reported that 76% of critics gave the positive reviews, based on 87 reviews. Audiences polled by the research firm CinemaScore gave Katy Perry. Elizabeth Weitzman of New York Daily News said, Perry may be the worlds most high-profile tease, andrew McMurty of Filmink stated, Ultimately, Part of Me is for fans, but it should have interest for people interested in celebrity culture. Negative reviews included Mark Olsen of Boxoffice Magazines claim that, this supposedly honest behind-the-scenes look at Perrys 2011 world tour often feels more like sharp brand management. In its opening weekend, the film grossed $7,138,266 in 2,730 theaters in the United States and Canada, ranking #8 at the box office. Katy Perry, Part of Me has grossed $25,326,071 domestically and $7,400,885 internationally, in the United States, it is the seventh highest-grossing documentary and the fifth highest-grossing music concert film of all time
7. Luna Sea 3D in Los Angeles – Luna Sea 3D in Los Angeles is a live album, 3D concert film and home video by Japanese rock band Luna Sea. It was filmed in 3-D at the Hollywood Palladium in the United States on December 4,2010, the album was released on June 1,2011, while the video began showing in theaters nationwide on June 4. The album reached number 15 on the Oricon chart, the film was later released on DVD, Blu-ray and 3D Blu-ray on February 22,2012. The Blu-ray version reached number 48 on Oricons Blu-ray chart, while the DVD version peaked at number 67, all tracks written by Luna Sea. Luna Sea 3D in Los Angeles at the Internet Movie Database
8. Metallica Through the Never – Metallica Through the Never is a 2013 American IMAX thriller concert film featuring the American heavy metal band Metallica. Its title is derived from the song Through the Never off the bands self-titled 1991 album and it follows a young roadie, Trips surreal misadventures intercut with concert footage shot in Vancouver and Edmonton in August 2012. It uses a unique premise of no dialogue or narration in the films entirety with the exception of Trips supervisor and it was the first feature released by the revived incarnation of the Picturehouse marquee, which had been shut down since 2008. Amid aerial footage of Vancouver and BC Place stadium, a radio DJ publicizes Metallicas concert, an overweight heavy-metal fan drives into the empty parking lot, and climbs on the cars hood, whooping and laughing. Trip, a roadie for Metallica, skateboards past the fan and he skates into the underground parking lot and down the dressing-room halls, encountering each of the band members. When he gives a paper bag to his supervisor, Trip is told to stick around. After standing in the arena, he walks away as the files in to Metallicas traditional opener. The band begins performing, and during Creeping Death Trips boss tells him to bring gas to a truck carrying something very important. Before driving his van, Trip takes a blue-and-red capsule, before the band begins For Whom the Bell Tolls, as Metallica begins Fuel, Trip drives down deserted streets. Distracted by his map, he runs a red light and sees a hand print on an illuminated sign. He is T-boned, and his van flips, lightning flashing as he leaves, the driver glances at Trip, and runs past him down the street, One beginning to be played. Trip retrieves the gas tank, the map and a doll with a noose around its neck from the van and he wanders down a street, and a police horse drags a dead officer across his path. People run past him, ignoring him, followed by police cruisers, emerging in the middle of a street, Trip realizes he is between a motionless group of rioters and riot police. The rioters then become rowdy, and when the police tear gas they swarm over them. Stunned by the violence, Trip stands in front of a window, a rider in a gas mask on an armored horse charges, wielding a sledgehammer. He lassos a rioter, hanging him from a streetlamp, Trip throws a brick at the rider, who gives chase. Trip loses the doll, but escapes through a wall of rioters and he walks down a deserted, littered street, under a dozen bodies hanging from a pedestrian bridge, leading into. And Justice for All. Trip finds the truck he is looking for in a deserted parking-garage corridor, the back of the truck contains a leather bag, which Trip opens, he slumps, speechless, as the band breaks into Master of Puppets He sees a figure waving at him from a distance
9. One Direction: This Is Us – One Direction, This Is Us is a 2013 British-American 3-D concert film centering on British-Irish group One Direction. It opened in the United Kingdom on 29 August 2013, followed a day later in the United States, the movie shows many clips and songs of One Direction. Billed as an intimate look at life on the road for the global music phenomenon, This Is Us follows the lives of the five members of the boy band. One Direction was first put into a group on the X Factor in 2010, the film started filming in Tokyo on 17 January 2013 and was being shot in 3D with 4K resolution RED Epic digital cameras, which Spurlock said gave a cinematic appeal. The film was given the name One Direction, This Is Us on 19 March 2013. It has been said that the film is not scripted, with the footage genuine. Styles admitted that the cameras following them around was scary but said that this gives them the opportunity to show more personality, how they interact. Niall Horan remarked that the crew had access to all areas. The world premiere of the film was held in Leicester Square, the film was released in the United Kingdom on 29 August 2013, and was rolled out internationally on 30 August 2013 with a majority of markets being reached by the end of September 2013. As part of the campaign, the band allowed fans to upload pictures of themselves that would appear on a version of the theatrical poster. An initial teaser trailer was released on 8 February 2013, followed by a trailer on 25 June 2013. It is currently the fourth highest-grossing concert movie and this Is Us is the third concert film to top the box office, after the Hannah Montana and Michael Jackson films. According to Forbes, the film would top the box office on its opening weekend with an estimated $18 million, the Hollywood Reporter said the film would earn about $45 million in its four-day debut. The film has been a box office worldwide, grossing over six times its budget. This Is Us has received mixed reviews prior to release, currently holding a 64% rating on Rotten Tomatoes based on 85 reviews, finally adding It’s a chipper, cheerful portrait with nary a discouraging word in it. The tunes are catchy, and the boys have charm, a little wit about them, not that their fans want to hear that, or hear that they have a limited shelf life. They never let us forget that it’s a teenage girls’ world, we’re all just wearing earplugs in it. New York Daily News gave a positive rating of 3 out of 5 stars
10. Phish 3D – Phish 3D is a 2010 concert film in 3D featuring the rock band Phish. It was filmed at Phishs Festival 8, a three-day, eight-set, 16-hour concert performed in October 2009 at the Empire Polo Field in Indio, California. The film opened with a preview on April 20,2010. The movie was produced by Action 3D Productions in association with Network Live, containing songs exclusive to the film, Phish 3D features footage of the festival, viewed by over 40,000 fans, and of the band backstage and in rehearsals. Rehearsal *acoustic performance **from Exile on Main St
11. U2 3D – U2 3D is a 2007 American-produced 3D concert film featuring rock band U2 performing during the Vertigo Tour in 2006. The film contains performances of 14 songs, including tracks from How to Dismantle an Atomic Bomb, the concert footage includes political and social statements made during the shows. It is the second feature film, following their 1988 rockumentary Rattle. Among several cinematic firsts, U2 3D was the first live-action digital 3D film, the project was created to experiment with a new type of 3D film technology pioneered by producer Steve Schklair. After considering shooting American football games in 3D, Schklairs company 3ality Digital decided to create a film with U2. The band were hesitant to participate, but agreed to the project mainly as an experiment rather than a profit-making venture. Although set in Buenos Aires, U2 3D was shot at seven concerts across Latin America, the films complex setup involved shooting with up to 18 3D cameras simultaneously and capturing the footage digitally. The film was distributed by National Geographic Entertainment and was released in IMAX 3D. It peaked at number 19 at the United States box office and it received widely positive reviews, with critics praising the 3D technology and innovation. U2 3D won several awards, and its reception convinced some of the creators that the project marked a shift in filmmaking. U2 3D depicts a U2 concert in Buenos Aires during the bands Vertigo Tour, in the beginning of the film, a voice is heard chanting everyone in a crowd-filled stadium, followed by fans running through the venue. U2 begin the concert with Vertigo, followed by ten songs in the main set. Images are shown throughout the concert on the stages LED display, the main set ends with One, after which the group leave the stage. They return for an encore and perform The Fly, during which a succession of words, U2 end the show with With or Without You and leave the stage for the final time. As the closing credits begin, a performance of Yahweh is heard as animations from the stages LED display are shown. U2 reappear on stage in a scene performing the end of the song. In 2001, producers Jon and Peter Shapiro created a 2D IMAX concert film titled All Access, noting how 3D films out-performed 2D films, they also wanted their next project to be in the IMAX 3D format. While looking for a new digital 3D technology medium, the Shapiros met producer Steve Schklair, Schklair had recently developed a digital 3D filming technique known as active depth cut, which allowed for smooth cuts between shots that would normally not line up when filmed in 3D