SPECIAL EVENTS | PARIS CINEMA IFF 2010
Toy story 3d day
Sunday July 11 / Special price: 7€ per 3D screening / Gaumont Opéra Capucines (9th)
On Sunday July 11, the Paris Cinema IFF will show the long-awaited sequel of the adventures of Woody and Buzz Lightyear by screening TOY STORY 3 in 3D.
15 years after their first tribulations, Andy's toys will once again buzz their way into the widescreen as the festival will screen the first two installments for the first time in 3D the same day.
In 1995, TOY STORY was the first feature film released to use only computer-generated imagery, making it a technical prowess and a masterpiece of a new kind.
Through a torrent of action and humor, but without forgetting emotion on its way, these atypical heroes took a special place in our hearts, going beyond cinema, appealing to both youngsters and grown-ups, making them children at heart.
In 1999, the cheerful gang of toys was back in TOY STORY 2, and the audience rushed to theatres to discover the new adventures "to infinity ... and beyond".
On July 14 2010, with TOY STORY 3, Disney proposes to meet again with Buzz, Woody and
their faithful companions in an adventure where they will encounter new toys.
On July 11 this TOY STORY 3D day special will be punctuated with animations and gifts...
Come and be the first one to try the new video game for Playstation 3, based on the Toy Story 3’s universe!
Help Buzz, Woody and Jessie save their toy friends in Toy Story 3 the video game, available from 1 July 2010. Join in the fun in Story mode or let your imagination run wild in Toy Box mode, an world of unlimited possibilities.
From the 25th of June, on the occasion of the French premiere of Toy Story 3 in 3D, come to the Paris Cinema’s Space in the MK2 Bibliothèque and be the first one to try the new video game for Playstation 3, based on the Toy Story 3’s universe!
You have until the 13th of July to enjoy this special privilege!
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