Our feature film documentary, Gameplay: The Story of the Videogame Revolution, in partnership with Gravitas Ventures, will have an exclusive 30 day premiere on Vutopia. The premiere will begin on January 6, 2015, and run through February 6, 2015.
Vutopia is the movie lover’s ultimate destination. It’s all of your favorite movies On Demand, available to watch on TV and online, anytime you want. Vutopia offers many movies including Hollywood favorites, indie movies and documentaries, with new movies premiering each month. It’s a movie for every mood in cool categories that make the search as fun as the find. Vutopia is your movie happy place.
Vutopia is currently available as a part of Movie Pass from Time Warner Cable and Bright House Networks.
Gameplay: The Story of the Videogame Revolution is a feature documentary film on the history of videogames. Almost five years in the making, the film spans the industry’s origins and beyond as it chronicles the remarkable story of the fastest evolving new media of all time.
The film features never seen before interviews with such videogame pioneers as Nolan Bushnell, David Crane, Noah Falstein, John Romero, Todd Howard, and many more, plus all of the iconic and groundbreaking games of the past 50 years or so, all tied together with original animation and graphics.
A press release and information on additional showings will follow.
Gameplay: The Story of the Videogame Revolution from Tom Coleman on Vimeo.
Greetings, Bill. I’m glad “Gameplay” is finally available for viewing, as I have been waiting for millennia to see it! Unfortunately, it doesn’t appear that that I meet the requirements to view the movie (Time Warner TV subscription).
I’m sure there will be other avenues to view this film in the future. Are you privy to any future viewing methods? I’d happily purchase this on DVD in a microsecond if it were available.
Yes, after the 30 day exclusive it will be available on all of the expected digital and OnDemand services, as well as DVD. I’ll of course announce all of that once I’m given the firm dates. Thanks as always for the support.
Sadly, for our international readers they will have to wait a little longer as Vutopia is not accessible from outside of the US and with other Cable providers than Bright House or Time Warner Cable.
The film will be available worldwide. This present 30 day exclusive is not available to large amounts of people even in the US, but that’s usually the nature of exclusives.