Indie Game: The Movie

At GDC this year I briefly met a couple of film makers, Lisanne Pajot and James Swirsky, who are working on a feature length documentary about indie games and indie developers.  Check out the beautifully crafted teaser segment with Edmund McMillen, above, and consider contributing to their kickstarter project.  Can’t wait to see this film, good luck, James and Lisanne!

15 Responses to “Indie Game: The Movie”

  1. Z Says:

    Damn! I didn’t expect it would be that good. I’m really excited about this, must support!

  2. Martijn Zandvliet Says:

    Holy crap, that’s cool!

  3. AbstractCloud Says:

    This is what I like about “true” indie developers, they always apply there feelings into there games. Can’t wait for the movie.

  4. Vince Says:

    Looks awesome; can’t wait until it comes out. Love Edmund’s drawings.

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  7. Paul Says:

    I’m camping outside the theatre NOW! Screw this “Spring 2011” crap, I want it NOW!

  8. Tracy Says:

    Whee! Thanks for the game! It was aweeesooome and funnn! I bought this with the Humble Indie Pack, and it was so awesommeee I decided to buy another copy and send it to a friend, hope the love goes on… <3

  9. Zack Says:

    This is on INDE blogs everywhere!!!!!!! Must be BIG! Can’t wait till it comes out
    P.S over 2 weeks since last post, filming? project? personal?

  10. Matthew Doucette Says:

    Awesome. Touching and true. I can’t wait to see this movie.

  11. Freddy Says:

    Hello 2D Boy. I am from Russia :). Make World Of Goo on PSP, please. Try to make a joint game with the developers of LocoRoco, I think that turned out well.

    Translated Google :)

  12. AbstractCloud Says:

    So did anyone donate to there kickstart project?

  13. over 1 month Says:

    over 1 month since last post!!!

  14. redmike Says:

    I love the story. It reminds me of my childhood where I always cry because of the thinking that monsters will come out off my wound everytime I fell down on the ground on my knees and get wounded after I get back standing.

  15. Eleanor Almaraz Says:

    I love this, it makes my heart smile to see the world of Indie Games meet the world of Indie Film! If you need any input on the emergance of Social Games my studio and I would love to help. Keep up the good work.