Leonard Maltin to Host 3-D Creative Arts Awards, Ang Lee Honored with Creative Achievement Award for 'Life of Pi'

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by Beth Hanna
January 25, 2013 12:43 PM
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Leonard Maltin
Renowned critic, author and film historian Leonard Maltin will host the International 3-D Society's fourth annual 3-D Creative Arts Awards on February 6.

Director Ang Lee will be honored with the society's Harold Lloyd Award for creative achievement on his Oscar-nominated film "Life of Pi." Additionally, DreamWorks Animation will receive the Sir Charles Wheatstone Award for education and creative achievement, while Panasonic Corporation will be honored with the Century Award for bringing the 2012 Olympic Games to millions of 3-D viewers around the world.

International 3-D Society president Jim Chabin states, "Leonard Maltin is revered as one of our film industry's most trusted voices. He brings a keen eye, a love of movies, and a sense of history to our celebration of this year's best 3-D."

Check out Maltin's Indiewire blog Movie Crazy here.

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