I’m a sucker for a good documentary, and ever since Indie Game: The Movie, I’ve been looking to return to the world of Indie Development by measn of that medium. GamesLoading,: Rise of the Indies looks to show the community in a much more global sense than Indie Game: The Movie did, and perhaps in a slightly more upbeat and hopeful way, but just as much in a personal light.
GameLoading: Rise of the Indies, a Kickstarter-funded documentary that explores the rapidly growing indie community, was released today.
Gameloading: Rise of the Indies offers an intimate and honest portrait of a diverse group of some of the most famous indie devs as they seek to create new experiences and find a place within this evolving art form.
The film is the product of three years of shooting and interviews with John Romero (Doom, Quake), Davey Wreden (The Stanley Parable), Rami Ismail (studio Vlambeer), Zoe Quinn (Depression Quest) and many more.