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  1. Saturday Dec 22, 2012, the infamous Zindra Fleshmob Project returns at a new secret location! At exactly 3PM SLT, a group of mysterious, naked residents will descend upon an unsuspecting rgion of the Zindra, the adult mainland of Second Life. To find out exactly WHERE, go to the Zindra FleshMob Project page here And/or join the Zindra Expo Group to get the latest updates. Excat location will be announced at the very lst minute...so get ready! Get naked just in time for the holidays!!!
  2. Edfred's suggestions are interesting, and may, in fact, be necessary, if LL does not take the positive steps necessary to give Vortex the same (or similar) repsetc that LEA's sandbox recieves.
  3. Hello! Gina here! I worked with LL a LONG time ago, to help found and develop the Zindra Help Vortex. I still manage (as best as possible) the Vortex. along with a very professional and tolerant staff. The original plan was good, and was working. Here is what has happened since..... Vortex was NEVER intended as just a 'sandbox' but more of a complete help center experience in line with a more sophisticated approach to Adult SL. (classes/workshops, mentors, contests, etc...an entire outreach effort to help the PR of Adult SL and Zindra) The idea worked well in the beginning, but the Lab's community staff changed (vanished, mostly) and things have degenerated. 1. the land's name was changed to ' Vortex Adult Sandbox' which acted like a griefing magnet. Traffic increased immediately, but most of that new traffic was griefers! The Vortex staff opposed the name change vehemently, but the Lab's then-current community rep refused to hear our objections. 2. We had been in the process of getting the staff actual management abilities (return rights, eject rights, etc) but the same 'new rep' refused to let this happen. He, in fact, cut off all communication abt improvements. This is where we are now. Severe damage has been done by the previous Community Team (and we all predicted it).Now we are TRYING to work with LL again to right the wrongs. Its beyond griefing now. Realize that Vortex is unique because we are talking abt the scary issue of underages coming into Adult land and the risks associated with that. PLEASE understand.....the rhetoric of Vortex being 'just like other sandboxes' or 'LL not caring abt public land' isnt exactly true. Need a precedent for how this can work? Look at the Linden Endowmwnt For The Arts public sandbox. Its LL land managed by residents. All we are asking at Vortex is for policy CONSISTENCY at least. Now, I am no fan of the LEA (because of the way it is managed) but ralize the setup there exists, and there is no reason Vortex cannot have similar setup. The precdent exists. Let's have good policy here that is consistent. The situation is now risky at Vortex. This is an opportunity to make things right. 1. Fix the land's name so we can begin marketing the Vortex properly again, and not attract kids. 2. Empower the Vortex management with actual abiulities so they can turn this around.
  4. The 'secret email technique' is a simple way they can 'appear' as if they are listening to the population, but can still do exactly what they want anyway, never revealing what the masses actually wanted/didn't want. Let's see a chart, at least! I've seen even more obvious examples of this technique from the Lab in recent years. They collect the messages from residents (rthrough email, forum posts or whatever method), never reveal what they collected and then announce a decision. This is called opacity (not transparency). It's the exact opposite of a functional communication style. Pretty sad. You would think an organsation in the virtual world industry, would be leading the way. Rather, they use communication techniques long-abandoned by many companies about 20 years ago.
  5. Not all femdom places are CFNM and not all CFNM places are femdom, but I think that the more the better, of course! In the interest of creativity and entrepreneuralism, Id love to see more places pop up with creative angles. Perhaps survey the many femdokm and CFNM places that already exist, and think of ways to do it 'different'. There is always a market for innovation! So, cfnmsl...go for it! (and feel free to contact me inworld if you want soem more specific connsultation) PS - I was amused (years ago) when I first learned that there was an acronym for this. There seems to be an acronym for everything these days!
  6. Silene Christen, the genius behind the current Zindra Fleshmob Project has created some amazing photos based on the Zindra Fleshmob Project phenomenon. This series of images will form the basis for an upcoming art exhibit. (and stay tuned for the next Zindra DFleshmob!) See the photos on Life Art now!
  7. Take part in an all new happening! What is Fleshmob Project? Part art installation...... Part publicity for Zindra....... Part photography exhibit...... All wild fun! Go to the Zindra Fleshmob page and watch out for surprise dates, times and places! TIP: the exact locations will never be posted early....they are revealed JUST BEFORE the actual time of the event. So look at the dates, mark your calendar and get ready for the surprise location! This project is also done in conjunction w/ artists Martazul Zemlja, emilio Charisma and with live video streaming services by ZindraTV To get ALL the details and stay up to date: Join the SL group called: Zindra Expo Questions? Contact Ginette Pinazzo or Silene Christen
  8. NEW EVENT IF YOU OWN LAND, BUSINESS OR A SIM ON ZINDRA Attention all Zindran landowners, sim owners and business owners.......if you are on the adult mainland, whether its a club, store, role-playing sim, etc, anything.....Zindra Expo group is planning a very special event that can benefit your publicity and Zindra in general. This will be a very humourous activity, and we are working with artist Silene Christen to plan it. Contact Ginette Pinazzo inworld with a notecard (or IM) for details. ALSO, if you know other such landowners or business owners, spread the word! This super-secret-surprise event is part Art...part Performance..part Promotion.......it will begin in a few weeks, and we would LOVE to hear from you now!
  9. Hello SL! I'm currently looking for clients to 'take on' who could reslly benefit from a Marketing Director/PR Director/Brand Manager/etc. I have worked with various origanisations (and still do), providing everything from event production to public relations campaigns, from project management to branding. My emphasis is on positive organisations that help to empower residents, improve the image within SL (and beyond!) If the organisation fits well with my own objectives, I will really added some spice! Contact me within SL. IM or send Notecard to Ginette Pinazzo. I have a full CV available (and just Google me!) A few highlights, past and present: 1. Director of Zindra Projects for the Zindra Expo group (originally the LL group for the adult continent) 2. Founder of the Zindra Help Vortex (SL's mentor center / sandbox for the adult mainland) 3. Director of Development for AviewTV (machinima company) 4. Board member for Linden Endowmwnt For The Arts (6-month stay) 5. Producer ZEXPO, Art Maze, GFAC 2012 Feel free to give me a call!
  10. With all the movies you always wanted to see in public but never dared! The always controversial SaveMe Oh is the focus of this unique and highly interactive event! WHEN: SUN: OCT 7th WHERE: AviewTV in Second Life Teleport to AviewTV now
  11. well said, Edfred. Sadly, even with the best punishments and discipline LL could ever do (if they ever did).....it actually would not address the real issue: prevention. For example, if you plan and market an event then someone shows up to destroy it, you lose prospective long-term residents to SL. Its too late at that point. Punishing the griefers after the fact doesnt matter. The damage has bene done to your 'attraction and retention' plans. As usual, the lab is its own worst enemy here, choosing the exact policies which undermine the supposed goals. 1. reversing the name change would be a profound first step 2. empowering the Vortex staff (exactly the same way the lab already does with LEA...so there IS precdent) would be the brilliant next step 3. Getting the publicity out there that Vortex is for Adults....and non-adult behavior will not be tolerattd going forward, because it damages business and is a liability (that's my recipe for helping the Vortex)
  12. I am not sure how reversible the problem is now, anyway Nicci, now that the name change damage has been done. Let me explain it this way: 1. Before the infamous name change (when it was Zindra Help Vortex), the marketing had a good, sophisticated brand to work with, and we had some established behaviors in place, not to mention a public perception that the Vortex was very LL-endorsed. We had set a precdent. Your average griefer didnt know to look for the Zindra Help Vortex and if they did find it, they were very outnumbered by people who were working hand-in-hand with LL to create a truly adult experience. Also, the 'Zindra' name attached to had certrain offcial marketability. 2. Even the LL administration's reasoning made no sense, (they claimed switching the region name would help in Search, which is crazy because its parcel names that really matter and besides, the place ALREADY had a well-established name) and even though they were warned this would increase griefing, LL did it anyway (urged on by a troll or 2...no comment). It's simple: 'Vortex Adult Sandbox' is a magnetic term for griefers, who had been laying in wait for an 'adult sandbox' to attack. Not only does the name attract griefers on its own, but the fact that LL distanced itself from the Vortex through that and other mishgaps, has shown the griefers that LL just doesnt care enough to work with the staff, and in fact, has completely ignored the staff. All fo this adds up to more and more aggresive griefers. And it all started with that name change. The name itself, and the symbolism of changing ti depsite the staff's well-being.
  13. Attica's initial question is an intriguing one, and I am guessing was made with a sense of desperation, as many who have been involved with this specific matter probably share. She doesnt name the place and the people....but I will...... What some on this thread may not realize is that the land Attica refers to is, in fact, LL land. It's owned by LL, yet managed by a group of residents. (the residents who actually worked WITH LL to found the place initially) This arrangement actually worked fairly well (virtually no griefing) until LL made some changes and bascially created this new problem. How? They forced a rename of the region (against protests) from 'Zindra Help Vortex' to the griefer-attracting 'Vortex Adult Sandbox'. After the name change, griefing increased and never slowed down. The name-change alone could be blamed for most of these issues, and there NEVER was a substantial argument to do the change. The argument presented was completely ridiculous and demonstrated a lack of understanding regarding Search systems etc. Basically, the LL administration caused the griefer problem by making a really bad decision. If they were serious in any way abt curtailing the griefing, they'd switch the name back as a start. Secondly, the managing staff have never been given the basic powers they need to do the managing. Trust has not been shown. While at least one other example exists in SL of LL land being managed by residents who have powers, the Lab in this case has refused to make an analagous arrangement. I won't iterate consipracy theories here, but suffice to say its been a pattern of the new administration (since the real community staff was let go ages ago) to terminate community projects and to even target individual residents to undermine community efforts they've bene involved with. The Vortex is one of the last few LL-related community initiatives standing, and it needs real TLC to remain alive. It takes vision...and trust. And perhaps a truly community-oriented adminstration within the Lab.
  14. We have a star-studded sci-fi lineup of fabulous filmmakers for the upcoming SCI-FI IN JULY Film fest and Cosplay Contest Event at AviewTV. Some wonderful machinima world premiers and chances to meet and greet the creators themselves.... Fuschia Nightfire's 'Blame The Machines'Miles 11thHauer's 'The Jazzologist Strikes Back'Ambrosia Lanley's 'Synesthesia'Glasz DeCuir's 'Blade Runner Tribute'Pooky Amsterdam's 5-episode 'Time Travelers' Series Teleport to AviewTV in Second Life and be part of the excitement! PLUS don't forget there is a 10,000L prize pool in our Cosplay Contest! Event is SUN JUL 29 from 12 noon to 8PM SLT
  15. It's SCI FI JULY at AviewTV on July 29! A film festival celebrating the art of speculative machinima! Premiering new works by Glasz DeCuir, Miles Eleventhauer and more! PLUS COSPLAY CONTEST!!! Special Cash Prize to the BEST Sci-Fi Costume! Stay tuned for details! At AviewTV: http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/Agua%20Del%20Alma/167/120/22
  16. DEADLINE EXTENDED: UWA MOVIE POSTER CONTEST UNTIL JULY 15 The prize pool in this year's UWA Movie Poster Contest has been raised to 30,000 Lindens (with a 20K First Place Prize!) and all artists are encouraged to enter this one-of-a-kind creative competition. To tie-in with this year's UWA Machinima Challenge, artists can choose any of the submitted films from that challenge and create a unique movie poster. Q: Can I create a poster for my own film? Absolutely! Q: Can I create a poster for someone else's film? Absolutely! Q: How do I see which films are submittted so far? As of this writing, there are over 50 films to choose from! http://aviewtv.com/uwa/machv/films/index.html How to enter: 1. Choose a film! Think about great poster ideas! Create something that 'sells' the movie! 2. Dimensions of images must be exactly 640x360 in size (landscape orientation preferred) 3. Use the submission form: http://lea.aviewtv.com/posters.html AND ALSO send fullperm image inworld (full perm) to Ginette Pinazzo Deadline for Poster Submissions extended to JULY 15, 2012 What Happens Next? All posters are being added to the new 'Art Of The Movie Poster' exhibit at AviewTV in Second LIfe (see attached LM) Poster prizes will be awarded during a special ceremony.. Details to be announced soon. UWA Movie Poster Contest Gallery: LM: http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/Agua%20Del%20Alma/167/120/22 The UWA Machinima Movie Poster Contest is sponsored by: AviewTV and University of Western Australia (UWA)
  17. ***FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE*** AviewTV Opens Newly Renovated Machinima Gallery: Eight Films Featured AviewTV is opening its brand new renovated gallery this week, featuring eight unique films from some of SL's most dynamic creators, a new focus on machinima career options, more hands-on project development, film festival networking and an awareness mission to relate the importance of new media to virtual worlds in the fields of arts preservation and mainstream media accessibility. According to AviewTV CEO Lapiscean Liberty, 'Machinima in virtual worlds, has had an impact on the cost of production and processing. Its relationship to virtual worlds is one of archiving delicate or lost art, due to an ever changing canvas. This has also lead to one of SL's greatest marketing tools as a platform and for the community to engage within mainstream media. The goal is to promote the Artist and the Art' AviewTV consistently maintains a diverse catalog of virtual world movies, works from an array of talented directors in every genre, that are showcased on a well-organised website and immersive, inworld facility. Within Second Life, residents can explore the AviewTV Machinima Gallery and discover films for every taste. The newly renovated gallery sorts the films into categories and is designed to encourage expansion into new, sometimes under recognized realms of machinima content, such as Video Poetry, Fashion Films and Commercial Spots. The new gallery featires 8 Viewing Rooms, each with a new highlighted film from each of the categories, surrounded by walls of older, archived films. Plans to expand with new categories and to encourage content submissions in specific categories are part of the gallery agenda. The Eight featured films included in the renovated debut are: - Time by: Chic Aeon, an exploration of incredibly immersive art installations in Second Life- In Dreams also by Chic Aeon, an enchanting video poem- The Unveiling, an atmospheric action film byAmbrosia Lanley- The Particle Show, a mesmerizing piece about dancer Spectgr3 Belfire by Mary Wickentower- The Jazzologist Strikes Back, a hilarious parody by Miles Eleventhauer- Dejavu, a concert film by director FuzOnAcid featuring Bowie Bravin & Diawa Bellic- Frankenstein Story, a journey into the macabre from director Tommaso Jacobus- A Year in Fashion, by Tikaf Viper sets a new standard in fashion videos'Part of the mission is to facilitate increased awareness of machinima as a career option, and as a medium to explore new opportunities in areas perhaps not previously considered in traditional film. With the virtual word arrives new ways to perceive and to experience. Machinima creators can be pioneers in this', asserts Ginette Pinazzo, Marketing and Public Relations Director for AviewTV. The renovated gallery also features Machinima Trivia Tables, where visitors can test their knowledge, and a movie review system to allow more input from residents. AviewTV will continue to host events such as film premieres and industry mixers to promote a more dynamic and interactive virtual film production experience. AviewTV Machinima Gallery: http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/Agua%20Del%20Alma/158/160/26 CEO: LaPiscean Liberty Marketing/PR: Ginette Pinazzo
  18. ***FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE*** SLACTIONS 2012: Research conference on virtual worlds will include Machinima Contest this year SLACTIONS, the international research conference on virtual worlds, is including a Machinima Festival this year as part of its exploration of met averse creativity. The RL/SL conference will occur November 15 - 17 with the Machinima track on the first day, and virtual film directors are encouraged to submit their works for consideration in this global event. Now in its fourth year, SLACTIONS is an annual international conference held simultaneously in several countries on the topic of metaverse platforms. Topics range from educational research to content production, from gender studies to media distribution, and from metaverse-based branding, advertising, and fundraising to emerging mash-ups and technology applications. SLACTIONS is unique in its format too, as a one-of-a kind event conducted both in a metaverse platform (Second Life) and on-site in multiple countries throughout the world. SLACTIONS contributes to the current redefinition of the way we think about hybrid online and on-site scholarly collaborations. The show concept is "Life, imagination, and work using metaverse platforms" SLACTIONS has the format of a hybrid online and physical conference. All paper presentations and plenary sessions by guest speakers will be held on-line in the Second Life virtual world, and projected locally at local chapters, for participants attending physically. Physical participants can interact with the online participants via a “physical chapter avatar” and microphone. Participants will also be able to follow the proceedings broadcast on the Web and interact via a text chat applet. Workshops and other events are conducted locally – or in mixed format accross several participating chapters – and local chapters may held local topical round tables. This year, and the first time, SLACTIONS will also include a comprehensive Machinima Festival that emphasizes emerging and influential work from some of the best metaverse directors, and a program of past works that create a narrative of machinima history. The festival and accompanying awards ceremony will be November 15, 2012. Machinima directors are are encouraged to enter their works by submitting here: http://lea.aviewtv.com/slactions-film-submission.html Submission deadline for the festival is October 11th at Midnight. http://www.slactions.org/ CONTACTS: Bevan Whitfield Ginette Pinazzo LaPiscean Liberty Pooky Amsterdam spyVspy Æon
  19. We've created a great little HUD for the UWA Machinima Contest. If you wear this auto-upating HUD, you can see the current films submitted SO FAR in the contest! You will need to have Shared Media ability to see the films. Where to get the HUD: http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/Agua%20Del%20Alma/167/95/21
  20. MoMAC: Machinima of the Month Event Returns to LEA at Media Arts Center June 6 The long-awaiting rebirth of Second Life's famous MoM video screening event occurs June 6 under the new name MoMAC, Machinima Of The Month at Media Arts Center. Filmmakers can apply for inclusion of their virtual creations through the Linden Endowment For The Arts website. MoMAC is a monthly open screening event where machinima artists can debut their latest works within Second Life at the new LEA Theater, a deluxe high-tech facility created as part of the LEA's innovative Media Arts Center. Each month the screenings have a unique theme, though this special Rebirth event will be completely open to any style or genre. The Media Arts Center promotes the awareness and advancement of cutting edge artistic expression, such as machinima and other developing mediums. MAC features video galleries, filmmaking classes and production studios as part of its offerings to SL residents. Submission Form: http://www.lea-sl.org/application/momac-spring-2012-application Media Arts Center: http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/LEA7/127/127/21 Contacts: Theater Manager: LaPiscean Liberty Creative Director: Ginette Pinazzo
  21. HOW TO MAKE MACHINIMA: THE BASICS APR 22 at 1PM SLT: NEW CLASS: How To Make Machinima: The Basics....presented by the Academia Portucalis at the Media Arts Center at LEA. The Class will be in English AND Portugese! http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/LEA7/127/127/21
  22. Im working on an event this month (end of April) that will include screenings of fashion machinima, educational content and some fun interacftive elements. If you are interested in the idea of shooting machinima abt fashion in SL, or feel you have some expertise to contribute, please contact me! This could be a groundbreaking experience! Ginette Pinazzo
  23. I would be very interested in seeing some pitches for scripted (and perhaps serialized) projects, as Im involved with development in a few areas. I am really looking for very very short 'episodes' that could be viral and could help promote machinima in general, as well as a sophisticated side of SL. Look me up! Ginette Pinazzo
  24. My heart goes out to Huntress and all of the Vortex staff who have worked hard for so long to do so much, and had such amazing impact. The past weeks have been very depressing to me regarding this topic, I dont mind saying......and so much of it has been totally avoidable if leadership from LL had been professional. There are some basic, well documented facts that should shine some light on the siuation. 1. Vortex was proposed by residents in a very open process, with LL, actually, to fill a need to have a Help Center on adult mainland and help Adult SL in general. (the sandbox aspect was actually added later...Vortex was initially a mentor and outreach center. Sandbox was added to make the idea more appealing. Note that it is/was called Zindra Help Vortex (emphasis on the 'help' word and not mentioning 'sandbox') This matters. 2. From the absolute very beginning, the plan was to make something different, soemthing new....a new precedent. Residents responded to the new, sophisticated approach very well. People loved the Vortex. They were tired of the griefer-ridden LL sandboxes elsewhere, and loved the attention and caring at Vortex. The place was busy from day one. Negative situations were usually handled with conversation....ARs very rare. As Huntress explained, sometimes griefers have been converted into productive builders. It can happen with a safe, caring environment. The Vortex has benefiited adults. Encouraged new skills, new business, an attractive adult aspect of SL. 3. The Vortex staff has grown during the beginning days, and classes/workshops have become more frequent. People WANT the various aspects of Vortex. Voertx has worked as an attraction element: I have proof. Testimonials, etc. I know people that started their SL lives in Vortex and stayed because of it. The only people Ive noticed having issues with the Vortex staff (aside from griefers) are the very slim minority of people who never were involved in Vortex in the first place (and never showed any interest in it anyway). The usual way it seems to work. They sit in the corner and complain. That's expected, but if the Lab prioritizes those complaints over the work the actual staff is doing....well, thats a leadership issue. 4. Changing the name of the Vortex's actual region was the first clear sign of trouble: - removing 'Zindra' from the name was a pointless endeavor that only lessened the place's unqiue identity - adding 'adult sandbox' to the name only opened the door in Search for more griefers, including underage residents who like to find 'adult' things. (talk to some of the Vortex griefers and you may notice some talk like 7-year olds). This is not progress and in fact, is a setup for a major disaster. I don't think I need to elaborate there. The name change coincided with an immediate uprise in griefers, - the name change also was an indicator that the Lab considered the Vortex simply a sandbox, and not a help center at all. This is important to note, because anyone who knows how social engineering works, knows that you can start to control or destroy soemthing by changing definitions. Redefining Vortex as a 'sandbox' now meant that certain individuals can talk abt the Vortex in those terms, comparing to other sandboxes, etc.....eliminating the unique qualities of the project. 5. There are other examples out there of LL land which is managed by residents successfuly. I won't list them here. The truth is, if the administration wanted this to work as a safe and productive project, its an easy fix. As it happens, steps have been taken to water down this project, redefine it, and refuse to keep an open mind about options. If you connect the dots, its easy to see this is a path to termination. I am NOT sayi9ng this is intentionally malicious. Regardless of intent, the results are the same, though. 6. The staff is given no recourse for problem resolution, and only told to file ARs (which doesnt actually address the issue at all). Or they are told to file Support Tickets....but Support redirects the inquiry back to the group owner (LL).....who then redirects the inquiries back to Support. This circle equates to no resolution, ever. 7. Anyone who equates managing the Vortex with 'getting free land' from LL obviously has no concept of work and dedication....no capacity for respecting their neighbours....and no understanding of the value of time. The staff has provided countless hours of (unpaid) mentoring, teaching, marketing, promotion, networking, policing, diplomacy....all to benefit others. And all in an open process anyone could join. 8. How bad is it now? Its risky to even teleport there now. Its almost impossible to hold classes. Most of the staff are so dissilusioned they are not active at moment. Visitors are routinley attacked.sexually harassed/hacked and the dim itself is often covered from one end to otehr by griefing objects. The policies of the current adniminstartion have resulted directly in the destruction of a once-fruitful project... Its NEVER too late to turn it around. All of this can be fixed in a number of ways. Just takes willpower, great communication, TRUST and the right personalities in the right positions. - Here's to the future - Gina
  25. In conjunction with this year\'s world-famous UWA Machinima Challenge, artists of every medium are invited to participate in an all-new companion event: the UWA Machinima Movie Poster Contest, where works of art will be showcased in a special exhibit that celebrates the rich heritage and imagination of the movie poster! Who can enter? Any photographers, graphic artists, painters, or illustrators with a passion for the movies and creative flair for the promotional can enter by creating works that are posters for films submitted into the UWA MachinimUWA V Challenge. And yes, artists who created videos that are submitted into the machinima contest are also permitted to submit posters for their own films! How to enter: 1. To see the film submissions to date, go to www.aviewtv.com, browse the MachinimUWA V film gallery and choose from any of the submitted videos. Note that this year\'s film theme is \'Seek Wisdom\'. Posters may or may not have anything to do with the theme, but posters should seek to promote the film in question in a way that may encourage more viewers. So, watch the film! Think about great poster ideas! 2. Create posters that are exactly 640x360 in proportion and resolution 3. Contact Ginette Pinazzo within Second Life via IM or Notecard to become registered and arrange for image transfers. Gina will confirm the validity of any submissions and enter you into the official entry list. (Gina is always available for early questions too!) Deadline for Poster Submissions is June 30, 2012 What Happens Next? All posters will be displayed in AviewTV\'s Machinima Gallery in Second LIfe and there will be art openings to coincide. Poster prizes will be awarded at same time as prizes for MachinimUWA V video awards. Details of this process will be made available at later date. Why Should You Enter? 1. This contest brings artists of many disciplines together, into the machinima field, which is a dynamic and vibrant field of creative expression, and an exciting career path for many 2. Everyone loves movie posters 3. 10,000 Linden cash prize for best poster (other prizes to be announced later) The UWA Machinima Movie Poster Contest is sponsored by: AviewTV
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