Exclusive VGL Documentary Available on Gametrailers!
Fri Dec 29, 2006, 1:23 pm
GAMETRAILERS ANNOUNCES EXCLUSIVE BEHIND THE SCENES DOCUMENTARY OF VIDEO GAMES LIVE
Trailer Available Now - Three Part Series to Air Once a Week
MTV owned Gametrailers.com has posted a trailer for an exclusive documentary created by 2 Player Productions (www.2playerproductions.com). The 3 episode exclusive Gametrailer series which starts airing the first week in January will take a unique behind the scenes look at what it takes to create and produce such a new concept in the world of music and live performance. The 5 minute teaser trailer for the documentary can currently be accessed by going to the home page of www.gametrailers.com or using THIS LINK. The episode breakdowns are as follows…
1. VGL Trailer – The 5 minute teaser trailer for a 3 episode exclusive Gametrailers series which shows pieces of the upcoming documentary appearing over the month of January. Go behind the scenes with the biggest and most successful video game concert in the world. Video Games Live!
2. VGL Episode 1 – The first of 3 episodes about what it takes to put on the biggest video games concert in the world. Go behind the scenes to learn about the difficulties of raising awareness for something so new and unique with video game composers and creators of Video Games Live… Tommy Tallarico and Jack Wall.
3. VGL Episode 2 – The 2nd of 3 exclusive Gametrailers episodes documenting a behind the scenes look at the most successful video game concert in the world… Video Games Live. During each performance the crew is only given 12 hours to set-up everything from scratch including lights, video, audio, rehearsals, pre-show festival, etc.
4. VGL Episode 3 – The final installment of Gametrailers exclusive look at the making of Video Games Live. Finally it’s time to take the stage and prove to the world how culturally and artistically significant video games and their music have become. See performance footage of games such as World of Warcraft, Halo, Kingdom Hearts, Myst, Guitar Hero, Mario Bros. and a special interactive segment where the audience becomes the video game and controls the orchestra!
“This is only the first of many exciting announcements that we have in store for 2007!” says Video Games Live co-creator Tommy Tallarico, “MTV and Gametrailers.com have become such an amazing part of music and video game culture, it’s an honor to be associated with them.”