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May 7, 2015 at 5:17 pm #104895
I am so excited to announce an event just for all you cool folks who’s been so supportive of all the game-related events I’ve been involved in.
When: Friday, 29th May (6PM)
Where: Science Gallery, Dublin
Science Gallery and GameCraft It present the premiere screening of GameLoading: Rise of the Indies, a feature documentary exploring the world of indie game developers – their craft, their games, their dreams, and how they have forever changed the landscape of games culture. Disrupting the big-budget industry, indie games have altered the art form through their innovative, varied and personal games. Small teams of passionate and creative developers are offering an alternate voice to players. GameLoading: Rise of the Indies aims to capture this pivotal point in history, where video games have become more personal than ever before.
The film aims to showcase a wide variety of indie developers behind some of the most important games of the past few years and take a broad snapshot of this diverse, creative community on an international scale.
GameLoading: Rise of the Indies features interviews with a mix of high-profile and up-and-coming indie developers and industry figures, including:
Rami Ismail (Vlambeer)
Davey Wreden (The Stanley Parable)
Christine Love (Analogue: A Hate Story)
Trent Kusters (Armello)
Lucas Pope (Papers, Please)
John Romero and Tom Hall (id Software founders)
Nina Freeman (Code Liberation)
Jens Bergensten (Minecraft)
Richard Hofmeier (Cart Life)
Zoe Quinn (Depression Quest)
Mike Bithell (Thomas Was Alone) and dozens more
About the Filmmakers
StudioBento is Lester Francois and Anna Brady, two indie filmmakers from Melbourne, Australia. They are passionate gamers and are also fascinated by indie subcultures in music and art, and are interested in examining where and how those fields intersect.
About GameCraft It
GameCraft is a games jam event designed around building the gaming community. They aim to create events which allow game-makers to meet, share ideas, have fun, compete for prizes and most importantly make games!
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