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This film follows several independent developers exploring why they make games.
This film follows several independent developers exploring why they make games.
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It is a busy activity getting US AND THE GAME INDUSTRY from ‘ship to shore’.  Just yesterday I received one note that a DVD hadn't arrived. So, I thought it was a good time to check in and keep you up to date with broad activity. 

Distribution started on a large scale after a cinema opening on August 8 in Los Angeles at THE ARENA CINEMA on North Las Palmas Ave  http://arenascreen.com/. We had a Q&A that night and attendees were thrilled to see the film on the big screen.

Margaret Roberson, Jenova Chen, Jason Rohrer at  THE ARENA screening
Margaret Roberson, Jenova Chen, Jason Rohrer at THE ARENA screening

 Several College Institutions, game fairs and developer clusters got close to the film all through the months prior. These ranged from Objeto a, Buenos Aires to  Spilbar, DADIU, Copenhagen, to  the Montreal  Experimental Game lab, to outliers in Capetown to Georgia Tech, to Carnegie Mellon; from SAE Media Institute, Brisbane, to TIFF Bell Lightbox theatre in Toronto;  from University of Southern California to Drew University, to The  Norwich Game Festival and DARE to be Digital in Dundee.  Now,  individuals  from thirty and more countries may access the film. There is the  film website that  supplies - usandthegameindustry.com, as does steam at http://store.steampowered.com/app/293820/  Several specific film digital sites make it available for subscribers. Some of these are: indieflix.com https://indieflix.com/indie-films/us-the-game-industry-delayed-release-date-40121/ and cinecliq.com. Or, gog.com and vimeo on demand.  https://vimeo.com/ondemand/usgame

 The market we are since reaching and shall reach are even more mainstream. It is now on http://www.hulu.com. By after Christmas it shall be retailed as a DVD at Amazon, Barnes & Noble and Best Buy websites. The DVD is accessible  already@ http://www.synergeticdistribution.com/project/us-the-game-industry/

 We have a screening slot  in Los Angeles at KLCS ( http://klcs.org/ )  coming up on Saturday 20th December at 9.00pm. This is a Films from Festivals special with Jessica Just.   KLCS reaches from Santa Barbara to San Diego.

Thanks everyone for your appreciation and feedback.

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