Posts tagged Documentary
The Abandoned Island In 'Skyfall' Has A Scary History

If you’ve seen the new ‘Skyfall’, I assume most of you will be wondering how they managed to create such a realistic setting for the villain’s island, played by Javier Bardem. Well, for one thing the setting itself is real, and has a chilling past.

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American Tintype. 19th Century Photography Brought Into The Digital Age

Staring at your monitor, adjusting your images for hours on end is almost considered the norm for professional photographers now.  That is until you hear about someone like Harry Taylor, who has gone back to basics with Tintype, the art of producing photographs directly onto an iron metal sheet negative.

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Nine-Year-Old Boy Builds Arcade Out Of Cardboard

Caine Monroy is a nine-year-old boy who spent his summer building an arcade in his Dad's used auto parts store.  The meticulous attention to detail, the elaborate nature of the system, the complexities of the games, all of it is nothing short of amazing.

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How Is This Documentary On The Fighting Game Community Not Funded Yet?

The setup is simple, director Peter Livingston has taken to Kickstarter for money to film his, thus yet unnamed, documentary: following the history and culture that surrounds the Evolution (EVO) fighting game tournaments.  Thousands of people from around the world come to Vegas, and find out who the "best in the world" is.

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Indie Game: The Movie. A videogame film worth watching to premiere at Sundance

Of the significant amount of buzz surrounding this year's Sundance Film Festival, this has definitely captured the hearts and minds of we nerds: a feature documentary about the pains of the 21st century independent artist that is the indie game designer.

Indie Game: The Movie Official Trailer from IndieGame: The Movie on Vimeo.

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