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  1. I like arcade games. I like the 1980s. I like movies. So one day in class, I thought, "What if I made a movie about 1980s arcade games?" And thus, High Score was born. It is set in 1982 and follows a preteen girl, Tiffany Willis, and her best friend, Dave Bryant, who live in uptown NYC and are both huge video game fanatics. Tiffany gets tons of scores on games both at the arcade at the mall and the local arcade down the street. She's a legend at the latter, always gathering up a crowd of people watching her play. She gets her Atari 2600, ColecoVision, and Intellivision fix at the game store nearby. When the arcade is holding a tournament at the end of the year, Tiffany is determined to win. So she and Dave prove they're the best by setting the high score on every arcade across their country. I am setting up my basement to be the Meril Valley Mall's arcade, and Flash Forward Arcade will be shot at, of course, Funspot. I'm writing the script and playing Tiffany! Follow the progress at PlotBot! http://www.plotbot.com/screenplays/high_score/ Questions about the film can be put in the replies! See you soon!
  2. Heads up that our documentary, Gameplay: The Story of the Videogame Revolution, is now available on a few dozen services. If you happen to check it out, let me know what you think. Thanks! https://vimeo.com/116907309
  3. Sorry if you've heard about this already but I've not noticed any posts about it, but there will be a new film out this year based around early 80's arcade characters. The name of the film is "Pixels" and a wikipedia entry is here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pixels_%282015_film%29 The trailer is here: And is loosely based on this short animated film from 2010 which was pretty great at the time (and still is)...
  4. Twitch Movie Night returns at #PAXEast2015 with the live premiere of our feature film documentary, Gameplay: The Story of the Videogame Revolution, this Friday at 6PM EST only on http://twitch.tv/twitch. Be sure to check it out and let me know what you think! For additional details, check out this posting on Armchair Arcade or this posting on the Gameplay Website. Trailer: https://vimeo.com/ondemand/gameplay/116907309
  5. Our feature film documentary, Gameplay: The Story of the Videogame Revolution, is now exclusively online at Vimeo On Demand. I'd be happy to field any questions about the film, so ask away!
  6. Hi, I'm looking for a collector who might have 16mm or 35mm film prints of Atari commercials from the 1980s. They're for use in the upcoming documentary "Atari: Game Over" being produced by Lightbox for XBox Studios. Many poor quality versions are available online via YouTube and such, but we're looking for film originals. If anyone has copies, or knows someone who does, please message me or email me. We will pay for transfer costs and provide digital copy and a fee for time and trouble and a "thank you" in the credits for the film. Thanks, Andy
  7. Looking for high quality copies of Atari television commercials from 1977-1983, will pay to have them transferred from film to hd video.
  8. Let me know what you think! Details about the trailer for Gameplay: The Story of the Videogame Revolution here: http://www.armchairarcade.com/neo/node/5676 Direct link here:
  9. The poster for the upcoming Gameplay: The Story of the Videogame Revolution documentary film is now ready, and shown below. When the Website is ready, I'll post again, and also once distribution details for this year are finalized. The film, which is based on the Vintage Games series of books by me and Matt Barton (we're also writers and producers on the film), covers the history of videogames from the perspective of those who made it happen. Those interviewed include Nolan Bushnell, John Romero, Todd Howard, Daniel Murray, Darion Lowenstein, Eric Lindstrom, David Crane, and many, many more. The narrator is Cain Devore. The film also has a Facebook and Google+ presence, although Armchair Arcade is still a great place to find out new details (in fact, here's the same thing as a blog post there so you can see the PDF).
  10. Hello all! My production company just started a Kickstarter campaign for the Atari 2600-themed film CHRISTMAS BYTES. Set in 1982, the film -- produced by Dule Hill (Psych, West Wing), featuring Michael Shannon (Boardwalk Empire, Man of Steel) with a soundtrack by The Residents -- is about two fourteen year-old boys, one wants an Atari 2600 for Christmas. The other? A girlfriend. Here's a link to the campaign: http://www.kickstart...christmas-bytes We're offering all sorts of Atari-themed perks, including signed Atari 2600 box art by Cliff Spohn, ATARI FORCE comics signed by Gerry Conway, an 8 bit 'ADVENTURE'-style game made by the amazing folks at 8 Bit Rocket, a 'Swordquest: Waterworld' cartridge and a ton of other great items. Sound interesting? Then head on over to the above link... Questions? Send me a note! -Brett Neveu writer/producer CHRISTMAS BYTES with Wild Mouse Films
  11. Hey! So. I'm in the early-production phase of a film currently titled ATARI CHRISTMAS (set during 1982, the story is about two fourteen year-old boys: one wants an Atari 2600 for Christmas and the other longs for a girlfriend) and we're putting together a few "Atari Video Testimonials" for the August-launch of our Kickstarter promo & supplemental fund campaign. So far, we've got a number of our current and awesome ATARI CHRISTMAS partners doing video testimonials, such as author/fan/professor Roberto Dillon, programmer/former Atari employee D. Scott Williamson and historians/authors/bloggers Matt Barton & Bill Loguidice. So what exactly is an "Atari Video Testimonial?" It's a short fan-made video about your love and memories of Atari. There are a few (but just a few) more specifics, but if this sounds like something you may be interested in, PM me and I'll send you the rest of the details. OH AND if you'd like more info about the film, reply to this topic with your questions and I'll do my derndest to fill in the blanks. -Brett Neveu
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