Das erste internationale

Expertensymposium im 3D Bereich.

3D-Symposium 2012 3D-Festival 2011
No need for 3D film
Alke M. Scherrmann

Humans use all of their five senses to experience the history and the reality of their own life and on reflecting themselves. Therefor
the evolution of the human developed the sense of touch, the sense of taste, the sense of smell, the sense of sight and the sense of
hearing. These five senses are our most powerful instruments by which we make our reality fully experienced. So we do not want to miss
any of these senses.

Hence the film goes through the process of producing and recording his own reality. For implementing this process, we developed in
more than 100 years of going into dark movie theaters with total strangers around us, four film-specific instruments. Even for film is it
essential, that it does not abstain from even one of these instruments. In film history so far we are experienced in movement, in editing,
in sound and in color. Right now we experience the depths of the screen evolving into the films fifth sense.

This new instrument in film-language needs to be studied these days. Renouncing 3D voluntarily is just as unthinkable as abandoning
any existance of the human senses by choice.

No film without 3D.


Alke Marianne Scherrmann is a lecturer at the University of Television and Film Munich. At the university her focus is on digital
cinematography and stereoscopic 3D. Additional to her courses on the theoretical basics on 3D at the HFF she leads several hands on
3D workshops at the Research Center of Film Technology in Munich. Since 2009 she realized two stereoscopic 3D short-films together
with her students. The last film shot in March is currently in post production.

Since her diploma at the University of Television and Film Munich in 2009, Alke Marianne Scherrmann is also working as a
cinematographer for commercials and feature films. During her studies most of her films won several national and international awards,
including the First Steps Award, 3x Gold at the Spotlight Award, Best Film of the 10th Shanghai Film Festival, Special Jury Award in

Jaipur at the International Film Festival, nominated for the Award for Women Directors of Photography.

As a visual artist, Alke Marianne Scherrmann works and exhibits together with several international artists. Her work is always about the
issue of different perspectives of the human perception.