Nolan Bushnell, Cliff Bleszinski, Warren Spector, Ed Fries…these are all names that should be familiar to anyone vaguely interested in gaming.

Video Games: The Movie may have reached its $60,000 goal on Kickstarter with ease, but with 10 days left there are still plenty of time to make the promising-looking videogames documentary…

Despite the many correct and profound reflections on art and media the late, great Roger Ebert gave to the world, one he got incredibly wrong was about video games. He said, essentially, they can never be art;

Over a year in the making, Video Games: The Movie launched their Kickstarter campaign to help gather the funding they need for the arduous task of post-production/editing. Director, Jeremy Snead set out to create…

For the last year of his life, Jeremy Snead has lived and breathed video games. But when you want to tell the  story of an industry, a community and a culture, that’s how long it takes.

Video games don’t always make a smooth transition to the silver screen. Mario, Street Fighter, and more failed in their Hollywood adaptations — at least in terms of quality. It’s probably time for the two mediums to take a different approach.

You might have somebody in your life who doesn’t get video games. And you may have tried putting them in front of a classic title like Shadow of the Colossus, Braid or World of Goo

But, games might still feel like a foreign experience to them…

Mediajuice Studios today launched a Kickstarter campaign to finalize its independent film Video Games: The Movie. The filmmakers recently wrapped up a year’s worth of location and interview shoots, and are now looking to secure $60,000…

The upcoming documentary Video Games: The Movie is not, its creator promises, just another film about the games industry. The small, crowd-funded project will attempt something much more ambitious: the question of what it means to be a gamer… Read More

Mediajuice Studios, an interactive industry veteran in producing award winning trailers & television campaigns for brands like Star Wars, Spider Man and X-Men announced last month it’s launch of a new film project about the history, culture and economics of the video game industry. Read More

Growing up, I never dreamed games would earn the kind of attention they enjoy now. From mainstream hits to crowded conventions to blossoming communites, games have come such a long way in such a short amount of time. But behind all the impressive stats lie the actual people who made it all happen… Read More

“It’s like a childhood fantasy to have Black Tiger set to free play inside my house.” For me, that would be either the T2 pinball game or Tekken 5, but that’s neither here nor there. Cline is featured here in a scene from the documentary Video Games: The Movie. Read More

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