วันจันทร์ที่ 14 พฤศจิกายน พ.ศ. 2554

Interview: I Got Next, a fighting game documentary screenshot

As someone who covered Evo this year, was delighted with the fighting game community. There's just something about competitiveness, theater and the camaraderie of the fighting game scene that is infectious to those who share a passion for fighting games as I do. It must be experienced to be understood, and unfortunately, not everyone had a chance.

Fortunately, the new documentary I Got Next

, which is on the community of fighting game that captures this spirit, it has become available for consultation on Hulu. Directed by Ian Cofino, this film follows several of the most famous actors in the scene of the fighting game, like Justin Wong, Mike Ross, Gootecks ??and Joe "iloveu" Ciaramella on their journey to attend the 2009 Evo. I love watching this film and recommend it to fans of the fighting game scene or even those who are interested to see what the hype is about.

had the opportunity to make Ian a few questions about the film, then read on to get the scoop directly to the Director

What prompted you to start your documentary of the scene fighting game?

I began to go further in the competitive scene in late 2008. At that time, I came in my last semester at SUNY Purchase College (State University of New York). Each graduate program of the Arts is required to complete a "major project". I also began to be very fond of motion design and animation, so I Got Next from a mixture of two interests very close to my heart. At first, it would be a short documentary, an information more than five or ten minutes that are used as a platform for me to experiment with the movement of the design. As I started to roll, however, I was encouraged by the community and inspired by the film's potential to create something much larger than originally thought.

How long did the above process, from beginning to end? What caused most of the time?

Well ... It was a long process. The shooting began at 9 NEC, a tournament held every year in Philadelphia, in December 2008 and ended in late 2009 (with some pick ups in 2010). Post-production was most of 2010, which included publishing, music, design and motion control. From 2010 to 2011 was the presentation of the festival, finally, negotiations for the distribution, which ultimately leads us today, that is out of Hulu.

far the longest process to go through the door. Most of the energy and work on my part was used for recording and editing (and more towards the latter), but I never dreamed I could take some time to find a distributor for film and then there is. I have to thank people like Jeremy and Andrew Mattos entertainment for your help, because I am honest in the dark when it comes to distribution. Without these guys, it could be something like I Got

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