FILMMAKERS have been trying to make the perfect 3D movie for more than a century, but not always in Hollywood.
Australian director Philippe Mora has found two Nazi propaganda films shot in 3D while searching through Germany's Federal Archives.
The two black-and-white movies were made in 1936 and referred to as "raum film", or "space film". They each run for half an hour.
"The films are shot on 35mm — apparently with a prism in front of two lenses," Mora told Variety.
"The quality of the films is fantastic. The Nazis were obsessed with recording everything and every single image was controlled — it was all part of how they gained control of the country and its people."