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Game Loading: Rise of the Indies (2015)

GameLoading Rise of the Indies is a feature documentary exploring the world of indie game developers, their craft, their games, their dreams, and how they have forever changed the landscape of games culture.


Lester Francois


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Credited cast:
Shawn Allen Shawn Allen
Robin Arnott Robin Arnott
Mark Backler Mark Backler
Kathryn Barrett Kathryn Barrett
Robin Baumgarten Robin Baumgarten ... Self
Jens Bergensten Jens Bergensten
Alexander Bethke Alexander Bethke
Mike Bithell Mike Bithell
Mattie Brice Mattie Brice
Like Butter Like Butter
Michael Consoli Michael Consoli
Don Daglow Don Daglow
Nina Freeman Nina Freeman ... Self
Tracy Fullerton Tracy Fullerton
Anson Goode Jr. Anson Goode Jr. ... (as Anson Goode)


GameLoading: Rise of the Indies a feature-length documentary which explores the vibrant global community of indie game creators. These unique voices, of all backgrounds and nationalities, are disrupting the traditional models of game development, making personal, innovative experiences. In the spirit of movements like the French New Wave, the Punk scene and the Grunge scene, hundreds of indie auteurs are emerging and finding success with their own unique voices and artistic goals. GameLoading: Rise of the Indies aims to capture this exciting moment in time.

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7 May 2015 | by gkgoten100See all my reviews

A bad documentary about people who believe they can make games innovative but fail miserably in doing so and blaming others. The developers and few journalists that are talked about and introduced are far from being nationally diverse as well. The use of people who can't even make games in a documentary about the indie scene is purely abysmal, let alone the fact that the majority of those interviewed all just talk about themselves like they are some kind of developer messiah and their work will change the industry as we know it. I will say the camera work was OK, given that there was barely any need for it because it is an interview style documentary. But regardless, the execution of who they used does not redeem this movie one bit

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21 April 2015 (USA) See more »

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