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Pixel Poetry: A Film About Games, Art, Society, and Culture (2014)

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A film that uses videogames as a catalyst for the transcendence of art through technology, and the worldwide creative culture they have influenced in their growth in the modern day. Through the words of many respected gaming personalities, as discussion is made about how videogames have come into their own as an expressive medium, and how they have made us question and think about their characters, worlds, and much much more. Written by Anonymous

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