Pay what you want for this 20 minute short film with bonus content! Simply name your price and support my next film endeavor. All the proceeds will go towards the budget of my next film.
"...this simply isn’t just about a bunch of nerds freaking out over their favorite games."
"...a time capsule to show future generations how spectacular this era was."
"...fascinating and engrossing..."
If you want to support me as a filmmaker, I urge you to please consider buying the film for any price you want.
If you are an international buyer and can not use the store link, please Pay-Pal me at firstname.lastname@example.org any price you choose and i will send a download link.
Thanks so much for your support. With a "pay what you want" purchase, you'll not only get a digital download of the film that is HD and DRM free in .MP4 and .MOV formats, but you'll also get bonus content including stills, teasers, music, and pre-production research essays all conveniently in one .ZIP file. I've worked hard to provide you with the best content possible and hope that you'll help support my art.
On October 8th, 2011, IGN Entertainment held the IGN Pro League at Caesar's Palace in Atlantic City, New Jersey. 272 pro-gamers from over a dozen countries competed for a prize pool of $100,000 in games like Starcraft II and League of Legends.. Thousands of fans attended the event with nearly 300,000 people watching world-wide over online streams, a record for the event. The event was put together in a matter of days with the help of volunteers who often go unrecognized. 'Meta: The Culture of IPL' celebrates those people while taking a look at how a video game can spawn a meta-culture that spans human barriers.
Official poster prints by Mike Rogers: http://www.etsy.com/listing/155533641/meta-the-culture-of-ipl-13x19-starcraft?ref=shop_home_active&ulsfg=true
Music by CSSC: http://cssc.bandcamp.com/
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