About

Film Summary

Video Games: The Movie is a feature-length documentary that aims to educate audiences about how video games are made, marketed, and consumed by looking back at gaming history and culture through the eyes of game developers, publishers, and consumers. It's not just another film about the games industry but an attempt at something much more ambitious: the question of what it means to be a gamer, a game maker, and where games are headed.

Production Company

Mediajuice Studios is an award-winning, full-service film and video production agency based in Dallas, Texas. They have worked in the entertainment industry for over a decade producing top notch TV spots, trailers, and film content for global brands such as Street Fighter, The Matrix, Spiderman, and Star Wars for some of the world's biggest video game and consumer products companies, including Hasbro, Nokia, Marvel, Activision, Capcom, Ubisoft, Konami, and many more. Learn more about MediaJuice by visiting their site here.

Director

President and Creative Director of Mediajuice Studios, Jeremy Snead has lead his team of creativeʼs to produce consistently noteworthy and award winning commercial work. Jeremy has directed and produced over 30 medium to big budget live action commercials, several short films including Forgotten Frames, Office Rehab, and is currently in production on his feature length documentary about the video game industry, Video Games: The Movie. Learn more here.