Indie Game: The Movie screening in Australia

Limited tickets are available for Sydney and Melbourne screenings; Brisbane tickets are subject to demand.

Take a peek behind the independent game-development curtain with Lisanne Pajot and James Swirsky's feature-length documentary, Indie Game: The Movie. While the film has already been confirmed for digital distribution, including pre-orders via Steam, Australian screenings are now beginning to pop up.

Digital ad agency Soap Creative is currently organising Sydney screenings of the film at Qantm College on June 12. Tickets are available here, and are strictly limited. Additional screenings may be arranged subject to demand, with potential for larger venues if required. Get in quickly to secure your place.

Melbourne gamers will also get their chance to watch when the film screens on June 8. Soap is also currently in discussions with QUT in Brisbane around similar events.

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NAWABRA251
NAWABRA251

yes exactly .. who else would take such a risk by developing a story like "super meat boy " !!! who !!

vivalatour
vivalatour

oops I thought this was about a good game like Sleeping Dogs !

illmatic87
illmatic87

The movie sounds great according to the metacritic film reviews. About time that there is a film about games that's worth watching; even if it is a documentary.

CamoBullo
CamoBullo

I would really enjoy watching it in theatres, but I'm pretty sure the Steam copy would just be, well, cheaper.