Playing The Game will contribute to the 19th edition of the Udine Far East Film Festival (April 21 to 29) during the Videogames Day.
In 2016 Playing The Game curated a showcase dedicated to Japanese “Dojin” videogames and a conference. The event was hosted at the beautiful co-working space Lino’s & Co.
This year at Lino’s & Co., Paolo Branca (Playing The Game) will organized a videogame creation workshop.
The game will be created between Saturday 29 and Sunday 30.
To participate please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
In the same location, Saturday 29, Paolo Branca will lecturer on Visual Novels and narrative in asian videogames.
Moreover, at the former Church of San Francesco, Playing The Game will present an exhibition dedicated to Super Mario, with artworks by Milo Fazzini, talented illustrator and cartoonist with a huge passion for the Nintendo’s plumber.
Here is some information about the exhibition.
Playing The Game presents “Super Mario: jumping between media” by Milo Fazzini
How would the world of Super Mario looks like if it wasn’t “only” the famous video game we know? This exhibition shows Mario’s world declined to two alternative languages: comics and animation. The exhibition, through a serie of illustrations, presented a new reinterpretation of the famous video game franchise as movie and comics strips.
Also do not miss asian videogames’ showcase as well as Street Fighter’s tournament with prizes offered by Gamestop (Saturday 29) and the traditional Far East Cosplay Contest (Tuesday, April 25). A colorful party involving cosplayers with costumes inspired by asian manga, anime, comics, movies, TV shows, music and videogames.
Far East Film Festival is a must, not just for film buffs, but for all gamers.
See you in Udine!