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Strawberry Linden

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"I had such a great time at the Fantasy Faire last year, so I was delighted when the organisers of its Literary Festival reached out to me this year to ask if I might contribute again. Top of their list of asks was a trailer for my new movie, WAARHEID. This will premiere as part of a live interview about the film on Friday 29 April at 11am SLT, hosted by Saffia Widdershins. WAARHEID is currently scheduled for release in December this year." Read more on the blog.

Strawberry Linden

" received this raging inspiration when I was listening to Outerspace by Don Toliver and immediately saw this whole video play out in my mind. Then I got to work. Essentially an abstract concept of a scientist (myself teehee) experimenting on herself to acquire features that'll provide her with the tools to equip herself to gain power and wealth in her galaxy." Click to watch the video on YouTube.

Strawberry Linden

"STÖMOL was released on 23 July 2020 in a private inworld premiere, with the Linden public showing taking place the next day – one year ago exactly. How to celebrate this? I don’t think we’re at the Director’s Commentary edition just yet; to tide you over until the moment that becomes something that doesn’t cause eyes to roll (I reckon the five year anniversary for that), I’m releasing today publicly a few scenes that never made it into the final movie (yes, these have been previously available, but only if you did Complicated Things With Secret Hidden Stuff)." Read more on the blog.

Strawberry Linden

"I mentioned this machinima last week in another post but it deserves a post of its own: "Watch the World" by Robbie Dingo (aka Rob Wright). Created in 2007, it remains one of the best machinimas in Second Life ever made, because it beautifully illustrates the dynamic content creation that remains unique to Second Life, and weaves it with a classic folk song about another, slightly more famous artistic innovator" Read more on the blog.

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