The Queen In 3D: Part 1 of 2

Monday, November 16 on 4

For the first time ever, unseen 3D footage taken of the Queen during her Coronation year is shown on Channel 4. As part of a special week of programming which celebrates the golden era of 3D film-making, The Queen in 3D tells the story of two innovative young cameramen, Bob Angell and Arthur Wooster – now in their 80s – who filmed a 3D colour newsreel they named Royal Review . This newly discovered, unique 3D colour footage has never been seen before on television. And Bob and Arthur set to shooting new 3D footage of the Queen today using state-of-the-art video 3D cameras. Concludes tomorrow.
An interview with exec producer Alan Hayling is available on the press website at Programme Info/ Future Highlights/ November.

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