Last year Executive Producer Zach Braff and Director Jeremy Snead launched a campaign on the crowdfunding site Kickstarter to make an indie documentary about video games, and it arrives this month. Although it’s a feature-length film with an impressive assemblage of expert interview, there are still plenty of gaming-related issues left to explore. Among the people interviewed in Video Games: The Movie were Nolan Bushnell the founder of Atari, and filmmaker Max Landis. Complex spoke with both of them to get a closer look at some of the themes they touched on in the film. Continue Reading on Complex.com.
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