Thursday, November 01, 2007

Bloodspell and the Rise of the Machinima

Bloodspell
Machinima, movies rendered using a real-time video console graphics engine, is one of the most interesting new composite art forms of the last decade.

I'm delighted that London Metropolitan Business School and the Open Rights Group have organised a free screening of Bloodspell: a feature-length, Creative Commons-licensed machinima film, written and directed by pioneer Hugh Hancock. I'll be one of the panellists at the screening Q&A session afterwards along with Hugh and colleagues Lilian Edwards, Andres Guadamuz and Holly Ayllet. Hope to see you there!

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