LAS VEGAS, NV - (NewMediaWire) - September 09, 2015 - StereoVision Entertainment Inc. (OTC PINK: SVSN) announced today that Aaron Norris (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Aaron_Norris) is producing their feature film "Three Dimensions Of Jerusalem." http://stereovision.com/pdf/tdoj-project-overview.pdf
"We're thrilled that Aaron has agreed to work our film in around his busy schedule. His creative and management filmmaking skills will be invaluable in the production of 'Three Dimensions Of Jerusalem,'" stated StereoVision's Chief Executive Officer Jack Honour.
Aaron Norris added, "I'm excited to produce the 'Three Dimensions Of Jerusalem.' It's an inspiring and uplifting story that needs to be told. I believe our media has a responsibility to not only entertain but to have a positive influence in our world when it can. It will be great working with the very talented industry veterans assembled for this noteworthy production."
StereoVision Entertainment Inc. (http://stereovision.com) Headquartered in Las Vegas, Nevada, StereoVision Entertainment Inc. is a publicly traded Nevada corporation focused on the delivery of high-quality, low-cost 3D content. StereoVision's business is driven by the creation, acquisition, and production of cutting edge multimedia assets. StereoVision is developing a wide variety of 3D IP's for the many new 3D distribution platforms.
REZN8 (http://rezn8.com/) A StereoVision wholly owned subsidiary. Founded in 1987, the 9 time Emmy Award winning REZN8 is well known throughout the Industry for developing the media vision for a broad spectrum of domestic and international clients across a wide range of platforms including broadcast, film, Internet, wireless, and video games. REZN8 is an acknowledged leader in broadcast graphics, titles, and 3D animation and is a pioneer in the design and development of graphical user interfaces. (GUI) REZN8 has produced content for NBC, ABC, CBS Sports, Entertainment Tonight, Fox, HBO, VH-1, Syfy Channel, the UFC, and Showtime, among others. For many years REZN8's been a primary outside design source for Microsoft's graphical user interface, (GUI) including Microsoft Home Media Center, Microsoft Windows XP, Microsoft's Home of the Future, and Microsoft XBOX.
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