Indie Game: The Movie Screening Update with Meetups and The Horrible Show Live (Updated)
We are less than a week away from the one night only Indianapolis screening of Indie Game: The Movie on May 23rd at the Indianapolis Museum of Art. A big thanks to Indy Film Fest, the IMA, and the Canadian Consulate for making this happen.
5/22 Update – The film’s directors, Lisanne Pajot and James Swirsky, will be joining us for a Skype Q&A following the movie.
Here’s the ticket and movie info in cased you missed it:
There’s still plenty going on around the screening and here are the details:
Gaming before the movie
On Wednesday, the day of the screening, starting at 4pm until 6pm the IMA will be featuring both new and old-school gaming on the big screens in The Toby and DeBoest Hall.
Meetup with Horrible Night and the IGDA Indy Chapter
At 6pm be sure to come by a special meetup with the Horrible Night staff as we will be hanging out to discuss our future events, answer questions about the site, and of course to talk about video games.
Also at 6pm, the International Game Developers Association (IGDA) Indianapolis Chapter will be having a meet up for anyone interested in knowing more about game development and the local Indianapolis game development scene.
Hit us up in the comments or on our contact form if you have any questions about the event. Otherwise we can’t wait to see you all on Wednesday for what should be a great evening of good gaming.