Arthur Gillard

Arthur Gillard

  • Commented on Why Make A Movie Within A Computer Game?
    Thanks a lot for that explanation, Hugh. OK, that makes a lot of sense. It is unfortunate that the website has the same name as the overall filmmaking movement, as it can lead to the assumption that this is being...
  • Commented on Why Make A Movie Within A Computer Game?
    p.s. I posted about the Machinima.com tagline a couple of days ago on Google Plus; here are some comments people made: "The video game space is already dominated by males in pretty much every way, shape, and form and stuff...
  • Commented on Why Make A Movie Within A Computer Game?
    Thanks for the very interesting explanation of why people would make movies using machinima. I haven't seen much of it so far, beyond a few short pieces here and there, but it's a really cool technique for making filmmaking more...
  • Commented on Introducing Hugh Hancock
    Another issue that I'd love you to address is sexism and gender bias in machinima in particular and the videogame industry in general. Hugh, I went to the website you "founded but do not currently run," Machinima.com, and was shocked...
  • Commented on Introducing Hugh Hancock
    Hugh, I'd be very interested in anything you might have to say about NEUROGAMING, i.e. incorporating biofeedback into videogames (especially in terms of any therapeutic or enhancing effects, e.g. training attention, meditative states, treating ADHD, PTSD etc. More generally, anything...
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