Look at that image above. Seriously. Marvel in it. That's from Julian Roffman's 1961 effort The Mask, which stands as both the first feature length horror film and first feature length 3D film ever produced in Canada. And you've got a chance to see it on the big screen, fully restored as it was originally intended.
The first feature-length Canadian horror movie and the first
feature-length 3D film made in Canada, Julian Roffman's 1961 cult
classic has now been digitally restored in 2K anaglyph 3D by TIFF and
the 3-D Film Archive. A psychiatrist comes into possession of an ancient
tribal mask that, when worn, assails him with nightmarish visions of
monsters, occultists, and ritual torture. Believing that he has
discovered a portal to the deepest recesses of his mind, he continues to
explore this terrifying new psychic world -- even at the risk of his
sanity. With its riot of psychedelic 3D imagery now restored to its
full, dizzyingly surreal glory, The Mask has returned!