Since 2001, Artifact's award-winning documentary filmmakers have collaborated with the world's leading brands and agencies to develop and produce nonfiction video content. Co-owner Anne Edgar is a director, writer, producer and advocate for the advancement of girls and women in STEAM through videogame design education.
A hopeful voice in the conversation about the future of women in the videogame industry, GIRLS LEVEL UP profiles a summer camp where girls are given three weeks to make their own video game demo. Camp founder Laila Shabir, who grew up in a conservative Muslim neighborhood in the Middle East before coming to the United States, provides a unique perspective on the challenges facing girls who love videogames and dream of making them. An official selection of this spring's Sarasota Film Festival and the Independent Filmmakers Showcase.
CRITICALPATHPROJECT.COM is an archive where users can search through over 1000 video clips by almost any topic relating to the art, philosophy, politics and psychology of video games.
The project has been featured in Wired, The Baltimore Sun, and other mainstream publications, as well as on gamer-centric outlets such as Kotaku, GameSpy, Gamasutra, and G4.
Branded content campaign produced in partnership with TBWA Toronto. Across the country, high school football is struggling to survive. Nissan Canada is supporting 21 high school football teams in need. "Back in the Game" chronicles the season of two of those schools. Over the course of several webisodes, we'll learn that, despite devastating funding cuts, high school football is needed as much now as ever.
For preeminent video game developer Bethesda Softworks, we had their employees from around the globe discuss what it's like to being part of this family of world-class studios.