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Free screening available to attendees at industry conference

Indie Game: The Movie coming to Develop Brighton

Award winning documentary Indie Game: The Movie is coming to Develop in Brighton with a screening of the film available to attendees.

To be presented by industry trade body UKIE, in association with the Develop conference, the movie follows the struggles of indie developers behind titles such as Super Meat Boy, Fez and Braid as they looking to complete their games and get them released.

The showing will take place at 8:45pm on July 10th at the Odeon Brighton, with opportunities for networking also available after the film.

"Indie Game: The Movie is a fantastic film, showcasing the trials and tribulations of independent developers and we are delighted to be providing a free screening at Develop in Brighton,” said UKIE CEO Jo Twist.

“The conference continues to be a key date in the video games events calendar and we are pleased to be working with the Develop Conference to bring this screening to the attendees.”

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