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Machinima, real-time filmmaking, virtual production and VR. Four veteran machinimators share news, new films & filmmakers, and discuss the past, present and future of machinima.

And Now For Something Completely Machinima Ricky Grove, Tracy Harwood, Damien Valentine, and Phil Rice

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Machinima, real-time filmmaking, virtual production and VR. Four veteran machinimators share news, new films & filmmakers, and discuss the past, present and future of machinima.

    June 2021 Machinima History with Ben Grussi

    June 2021 Machinima History with Ben Grussi

    Ben Grussi, machinima's historian, tells us about significant events in machinima's timeline that occurred during the month of June.

    Full notes available at:
    https://completelymachinima.com/2021/06/19/june-2021-machinima-history-with-ben-grussi/

    • 7 min
    CM Interview with Tom Jantol, Anymation Director

    CM Interview with Tom Jantol, Anymation Director

    Tracy Harwood conducts a fascinating interview of veteran machinima / Anymation filmmaker, Tom Jantol.

    Full notes available at:
    https://completelymachinima.com/2021/06/17/cm-interview-with-tom-jantol-anymation-director/

    • 43 min
    Completely Machinima 5.2 Films of the Month June 2021

    Completely Machinima 5.2 Films of the Month June 2021

    Tracy, Ricky, Damien and Phil review a super-diverse set of short films made in Unreal Engine, Animal Crossing, Flight Simulator X, GTA V, and Garry's Mod.

    Full notes for this episode are available at:
    https://completelymachinima.com/2021/06/10/completely-machinima-5-2-films-of-the-month-june-2021/

    • 1 hr 9 min
    Completely Machinima 5.1 Machinima News June 2021

    Completely Machinima 5.1 Machinima News June 2021

    In this episode we discuss some new releases by some machinima veterans, NVIDIA's Machinima Omniverse tool, a new sandbox game reliant on the world of NFTs, the recent FantaSci Short Film Festival, and making machinima in Red Dead Redemption 2.

    Full notes for this episode are available at:
    https://completelymachinima.com/2021/06/01/completely-machinima-5-1-machinima-news-june-2021/

    • 51 min
    CM Interview with Ashley Ruhl, Cinematic Designer at Bioware

    CM Interview with Ashley Ruhl, Cinematic Designer at Bioware

     Ashley Ruhl has been designing memorable cinematic moments in games for over 10 years. She's a designer, writer, and director of story content for games such as Star Wars: The Old Republic, Tales From the Borderlands, Remnant: From the Ashes, Darksiders 3, The Walking Dead, The Wolf Among Us, and Defiance. I strive to tell a compelling interactive narrative that empowers the player to be the author of their own story.

    Summary: Our Completely Machinima producer, Damien Valentine (a massive Star Wars fan and machinima filmmaker) spoke with Ashley about her background and beginning work as a cinematic designer and on her growth as an artist at Bioware in particular.

    Music for this episode is frankum__electronic-music-track-x1 from Freesound.org

    LINKS
    STAR WARS: THE OLD REPUBLIChttps://www.swtor.com/
    TALES FROM THE BORDERLANDShttps://store.steampowered.com/app/330830/Tales_from_the_Borderlands/
    BIOWAREhttps://www.bioware.com/
    TELLTALE GAMEShttps://telltale.com/
    ASHLEY RUHL'S WEBSITEAshley Ruhl | Narrative Designer Portfolio

    • 30 min
    Completely Machinima 4.3 Discussion Topics May 2021

    Completely Machinima 4.3 Discussion Topics May 2021

    And Now For Something Completely Machinima is a podcast devoted to machinima (movies made in game engines). This month (May 2021) we are splitting our 4th podcast into four sections which will post once a week: Machinima News (May 6), Machinima Films (May 13), Machinima Discussion (May 20) along with several interviews which we will publish separately throughout the month. 
    Episode 4 was produced by Damien Valentine who is joined by hosts Ricky Grove, Phil Rice, and Tracy Harwood.

    Contact and Feedback for this show: https://completelymachinima.com/#talk

    Summary: Two questions for the group - one, why has science fiction been such a popular genre for machinima, and two, what are some of the game platforms that are available for scifi machinima creation. Also, Ricky shares a list of great scifi machinima.

    See the chapter markers for timestamps (above)

    LINKS


    STAR CITIZENhttps://robertsspaceindustries.com/
    SPACE ENGINEhttp://spaceengine.org/
    STAR WARS: JEDI ACADEMYhttps://store.steampowered.com/app/6020/STAR_WARS_Jedi_Knight__Jedi_Academy/
    STAR WARS: JEDI ACADEMY MODShttps://jkhub.org/
    STAR WARS: EMPIRE AT WARhttps://store.steampowered.com/app/32470/STAR_WARS_Empire_at_War__Gold_Pack/
    STAR WARS: EMPIRE AT WAR STEAM WORKSHOPhttps://steamcommunity.com/app/32470/workshop/jk
    PETER RASMUSSEN's FILMShttps://vimeo.com/nanoflix
    LUMIERE BROS COLORIZED SNOWBALL FIGHThttps://www.openculture.com/2020/10/snowball-fight-the-1896-film-by-lumiere-brothers-gets-restored-in-captivating-color.html
    BLOODSPELL MYHERITAGE SCREENCAPhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HfJjb6jzZIA&t=1236s
    MALE RESTROOM ETIQUETTEhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IzO1mCAVyMw

    • 51 min

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