Last week saw the release of Gimme the Loot, the SXSW Grand Jury Prize winner by Adam Leon, which sees two graffiti artists seek revenge after their replica of the…
This week at TIFF Bell Lightbox the Free Screen is back, and in new releases we get a glimpse of the trials and tribulations of independent video game designers.
TIFF Cinematheque’s popular and free monthly series of experimental film and video art is back with The Free Screen – Summer 2012. It kicks off this week with a screening of Bruce Baillie‘s classic short Quixote. Exploring the political and economic frustrations of 1960s America, it is paired with the similarly themed shorts All My Life (also Bruce Baillie), Joshua Romphf’s Ride This Country and Arthur Lipsett’s 21-87.
Indie Game: The Movie is a Canadian documentary about the struggles of young independent video game designers as they try to break into the multi-billion dollar video game industry. Profiling four independent video game designer and their day”“to-day challenges including angry bloggers, legal battles, Microsoft and debuting their games at the PAX gaming convention
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Original artwork by Bennett O’Brian.
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