** UPDATE ** Advance seating is now SOLD OUT. However, there is a good chance some tickets will become available as we near the date of the screening, so put your name on our waitlist if you still want the chance for some tickets. Note that the waitlist only allows 1 TICKET RESERVATION per person, so if you want two tickets, you need to put your name on the waitlist TWICE. Please, no more than two tickets per person for the waitlist.
The critically acclaimed independent documentary film INDIE GAME: THE MOVIE is coming to Salt Lake City for the first time since the 2012 Sundance Film Festival for ONE SCREENING ONLY on MAY 31, 2012 at 7:30PM at Brewvies Cinema Pub. Tickets are FREE and FIRST COME–FIRST SERVED, so get yours NOW! Seats are extremely limited!
** PLEASE NOTE: Brewvies Cinema Pub admits only adults age 21 or older **
In a world where the majority of video game titles are made by hundreds of people with hundreds of millions of dollars, there is a community of video game designers doing it in a different way.
Indie Game: The Movie is about the underdogs of the video game world: the independent game developers. These developers make games with small teams on modest budgets. They sacrifice money, health, and sanity to make these works - games that, to them, are a deep form of personal expression. Over a span of years, these developers toil on their games in their bedrooms and apartments. But, they are not totally alone. Through this new connected era, they can speak to millions of people through the Internet, and through digital distribution, they can potentially make millions of dollars. All this - the fans, the money, the personal exposure - can make the game-making process a pressure cooker of anxiety.
Indie Game: The Movie is about what it’s like to create in a digital age. What it’s like to create under the Internet microscope. How it feels to put yourself out there and expose yourself to the real-time social media feedback. Like any artist, there’s personal risk in releasing your work. You’ve invested so much time and love. There’s a hope that people will understand what you did, and a fear of people not getting what you were trying to say. We think, we were able to capture that universal emotional experience through following the developers in the film.
For more information about the movie please visit indiegamethemovie.com.
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