Stereopticon Pictures is an independent production company specializing in creating high-end media on art and culture. Founded in 1998 by art historian, curator, author, and Emmy award-winning producer Christopher Noey, Stereopticon pictures is based in New York City.
Productions include films for PBS, Bravo, and a number of not-for-profit organizations, including the Hillwood Museum and Gardens in Washington, D.C. and Shangri La, the Doris Duke Foundation for Islamic Art in Honolulu.
Visit the In Production page to get information on current and upcoming Stereopticon Pictures projects.
A stereopticon is
a projector or "magic lantern", which has two lenses, usually one above the other. These devices date back to the mid 19th century and were a form of entertainment and education before the advent of moving pictures.