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Submitted by FullMetalAdam 1076d ago | review

Review: Indie Game: The Movie [eGamer]

Indie Game: The Movie is the passion project of filmmakers James Swirsky and Lissane Pajot. The film which is a documentary has done extremely well on the festival circuit culiminating in a “World Cinema Documentary Editing Award” at this year’s Sundance Film Festival. This is a big honour in the film world. The film itself documents the lives, challenges and day-to-day struggles of four indie developers providing an introspective look at the emotional creative process of developing in indie. Particularly, of issues pertaining to constant financial problems, with cash flow for their projects always in flux, and the strain, and stress, it puts on the individual. (Braid, Culture, Dev, Fez, Industry, Super Meat Boy, Xbox) -

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