December 18, 2014—3D Entertainment Distribution and N3D LAND Films are delighted to announce that D-Day: Normandy 1944 was honored with two Lumiere™ Awards–Europe from the prestigious International 3D & Advanced Imaging Society (I3D&AIS) for Best 3D Documentary and Stereography–Animated during the recent sixth 3D Stereo Media summit held in Liege, Belgium. This brings the current total to an impressive 9 awards for the film.

From left to right: Jason Goodman (21st Century 3D),D-Day: Normandy 1944 Producer Sylvain Grain (N3D LAND Films), Prof. Jacques Verly (University of Liege) & Jim Chabin (International 3D Society).

Every year, the I3D&AIS recognizes outstanding member achievement in the 3D Creative Arts and Technologies at its top-tier 3D Awards events. This marks the second time the Society has recognized N3D LAND Films, following its Best 3D Documentary award win for Sea Rex: Journey to a Prehistoric World in 2012.

In addition to the two Lumieres, D-Day: Normandy 1944 continues to wow audiences around the globe, garnering top prizes at the following film festivals:

  • Grand Prize, Dimension 3 Festival (Paris, France)
  • Feature Film Grand Prize, 3D Korea International Film Festival (Seoul, Korea)
  • Best Documentary–Short, 3D Image Festival (Lodz, Poland)
  • Best Film for Lifelong Learning, Best Original Score, Best Sound Design and Best Visual Effects, GSCA Achievement Awards (Toronto, Canada)

D-Day: Normandy 1944 has become one of the most acclaimed Giant Screen documentaries in recent history as it continues its highly-successful domestic and international rollout into 2015, the 70th anniversary of the end of World War II.

A list of key commemorative dates for the general public and exhibitors is now available online at

Source: 3D Entertainment Distribution