HOLLYWOOD, Calif., March 18, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Stereo Vision Entertainment Inc. (OTC:SVSN) announced today that former Drac Studios President Harvey Lowry has been named Chief Creative Officer of their 9 time Emmy Award winning subsidiary REZN8. " Harvey Lowry is a tremendous talent acquisition for REZN8," stated Stereo Vision's CEO Jack Honour. "REZN8 CEO Susan Moses continues to land top industry veterans for her new management team. While at Drac Studios, Harvey lead two Academy Award and two Emmy Award winning teams of special effects artists. Harvey's worked on some of Hollywood's biggest pictures including George Clooney's 'Syriana', Tom Cruise's 'Collateral', Tim Burton's 'Alice in Wonderland', Russell Crowe's 'A Beautiful Mind', Brad Pitt's ' Benjamin Button', Mel Gibson's 'Passion of Christ' and many many more. ( http://www.harveylowry.com/) This level of talent will add greatly to the production value of all Stereo Vision and REZN8 IP's." Stereo Vision Entertainment Inc. ( http://stereovision.com) Headquartered in Los Angeles, Ca., Stereo Vision is a publicly traded company focused on the delivery of high-quality, low-cost 3D entertainment content. SVE's business is driven by the acquisition and production of cutting edge 3D media assets. http://Facebook.com/TeamS3DREZN8 Inc. ( http://rezn8.com) An SVE wholly owned subsidiary. Founded in 1987 the 9 time Emmy Award winning Hollywood based 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 3D broadcast graphics and animation, and is a pioneer in the design and development of graphical user interfaces (GUI). REZN8 has developed identity packages for, NBC, ABC, CBS Sports, Entertainment Tonight, Fox, HBO, VH-1, Sci-Fi Channel, and Showtime. REZN8 has also been one of Microsoft's primary outside design sources for graphical user interface (GUI) including GUI design and development for Microsoft XBOX, Microsoft Home Media Center, Microsoft Windows XP, and Microsoft's Home of the Future. Safe Harbor Statement: Except for historical information, this news release may contain "forward-looking statements" within the meaning of Section 27A of the Securities Act of 1933, and Section 21E of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934, as amended.