Video Games: The Movie Kickstarter Reaches Funding Goal and Releases Movie Clips

on May 29, 2013 3:40 PM

A new update was released today for the ambitious Video Games: The Movie Kickstarter campaign. The campaign, with the ultimate goal of creating a movie that tackles all the fallacies plaguing the video game industry, has just surpassed its funding goal and has announced new stretch goals. At $80,000 they can add a celebrity narrator, $100,000 gives the film use of three to six popular songs and finally, $120,000 will allow for a musical score by a renown band or composer.

Jeremy Snead has also released a compilation of movie clips about industry leaders discussing the ongoing “violence debate” as it relates to video games. The industry leaders featured in the clips run the gambit of directors, producers actors and more, which gives the movie a nice variety of experts. And so far, Video Games: The Movie looks and feels very professionally done–hopefully if the Kickstarter reaches its stretch goals, Jeremy will be able to add even more features to the film.

If you are interested in this campaign, go here to contribute to the Kickstarter.

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