Scorsese's future movies to be 3-D

Last updated 16:14 26/04/2012
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LOOKING IN THE FUTURE: Martin Scorsese expects to use 3-D technology in all his future projects.

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Martin Scorsese says he has become so enamoured with 3-D filmmaking that he expects to use the technology in all his future projects.
Scorsese told a crowd of theatre owners at the CinemaCon convention in Las Vegas that he wishes his landmark films Raging Bull and Taxi Driver had been three-dimensional.
Scorsese spoke at a filmmaking panel alongside director Ang Lee, who won an Oscar in 2006 for Brokeback Mountain.
Scorsese and Lee are among a growing group of prominent directors who claim 3-D technology is the future of filmmaking.
Scorsese says 3-D films transport fans into another world, allowing them to feel a stronger connection to the story and actors on screen.
Scorsese's first 3-D movie, Hugo, won several technical Oscars at this year's Academy Awards.

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