INTERVIEWS WITH THE INDIE GAME CONTEST JURY
Learn what the Festival’s Indie Game Contest (IGC) jury have to say about their individual career paths and the milieu of independent video games today. Interviews with experts ExServ: YouTuber, journalist at Gamekult, author; Fibre Tigre: a creator and developer of Out There and Antioch: Scarlet Bay; Elizabeth Maler: cofounder of Accidental Queens studio, co-developer of the games Normal Lost Phone and Another Lost Phone; and Isabelle Arvers: media-art curator and specialist in machininimas. The Indie Game Contest is open to independent video game developers worldwide and is part of the Video Games and Virtual Reality section of the Festival.
Interview by Theo Arbogast