3D in what format, and at what resolution, frame rate, and color depth? There is nothing special about a cable for 3D. It just needs to have sufficient bandwidth. If you could get a 35' high speed HDMI cable, it would be pretty sure to do the job. Unfortunately, there is no such thing. Longest certified high speed passive HDMI cable is about 25'. That doesn't mean you cannot use a passive cable. A good one will do 1080p60 2D at 8 bit color depth, which means you should be able to do 1080p24 3D at 8 bit color depth which is sufficient for BD because it requires a bit less bandwidth. Monoprice 22AWG to 24AWG cables should do the job. If you want the best at not a huge price, the Blue Jeans Cable Series 1 is the way to go IMHO.
If you are going to run Deep Color, it is a difference story. You are probably looking at an active high speed HDMI cable, or one of the extender type products. If the latter, you will need to make sure it supports the required bandwidth. A lot of existing products are only cable of significant less than the maximum HDMI bandwidth.