Archives for the month of: July, 2010

Last week I sat on a panel with Kotaku editor Stephen Totillo and Ben Feder, CEO of game publisher Take Two, to discuss the future of videogames, as part of the “Y+30” (30+ years) lecture series. You can view our wide-ranging and entertainingly contentious discussion at the 92nd St. Y Tribeca here. For an overview, here’s some blog coverage of the event.

The short film PLAY I created with director David Kaplan premiered this week at the Puchon International Film Festival. And we won top award for best short among 75 short films! Here’s the official festival site awards page.

I’m a novice in the film world, so I’ll try and not let this early win spoil me. David and I are hard at work on the feature version of the film script. If you haven’t seen the film, you can view it here on YouTube or here on the official ITVS website. We also have a Facebook Fan Page for the film.

And here’s David on the red carpet. Enjoy.

I am now officially blog-ified.

A year+ post-Gamelab and working on too many game projects to count, a blog seems like a good way to let my peers in the game community know about my ongoing endeavors. Check back for updates on the latest from Eric Zimmerman land.

We’ll see how this thing evolves.

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