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Monday, January 12, 2009

Moviestorm on German TV

Thanks to Claus-Dieter Schulz for alerting me to this one:

The guys who made Nico Bellic - A portrait, a GTA4 machinima which was nominated this year at the Machinima Film Festival in New York, got invited by a German TV programme to present their work and talk a bit about their movie and Machinima. To showcase how Machinima is created, they used Moviestorm to create a demo movie live in the studio.

There’s a recording of the show on Vimeo: the part about Moviestorm starts at 9:30. 

Machinima-checker bei SWR from fiebel daunknecht on Vimeo.

(4) Comments | (0) Trackbacks | Permalink | Posted by Matt Kelland

act3scene24 on 01/12 at 05:42 AM

I don’t understand any of what they’re saying, but it’s very cool how they show how simple it is to begin using Moviestorm. The host seemed impressed, which I assume would be a typical reaction by people who don’t know anything about machinima.

(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) on 01/17 at 10:07 AM

Nice promotion for Moviestorm! I missed this when it played on german TV…
The interviewer had no idea at all about machinima, and was quite astonished how fast you can get results!

Lucinda McNary on 01/25 at 06:19 PM

In case you failed to notice, I have two Moviestorm movies made by me playing on Time Warner Cable TV On Demand —way back a month ago. Would have been nice to have had some mention by Moviestorm at this accomplishment.

Matt Kelland on 01/26 at 02:36 AM

Hi Lucinda - it was indeed a fantastic accomplishment, and we’re very proud that you’ve managed to get your movies on TV.  We didn’t mention them on here only because we figured you’d covered them pretty well on the forums and elsewhere.

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