Posted on May 29, 2013 AT 03:33pm
The upcoming documentaryVideo Games: The Movie has reached its initial Kickstarter goal, according to its studio, Mediajuice and director Jeremy Snead. The campaign has actually been so successful that not only will the project be completed, that the film will be able to finish post-production before its planned release. The company has also introduced several stretch goals for the film, attempting to increase the quality of the film itself.
The documentary itself will cover the field of video games, and ask several questions which will be pretty difficult to answer. Questions such as what it will mean to be a gamer and game creator in the future; from 10 years in the future to one hundred years from now. With four major sections to cover, the film will feature interviews and discussions from gaming industry icons such as Cliff Bleszinski, Randy Pitchford and Palmer Luckey.
The reaching of this initial goal also means that there will be some pretty terrific stretch goals for the project:
$80k: A celebrity voice over narration
$100k: Purchasing rights to use popular songs in the film
$120k: A musical score created by a famous band and/or composer
Be sure to be on the lookout for more information about this exciting project in the near future. Congrats to the team at Mediajuice Studios for their completion of the project.
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