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SIDEWALKS OF NEW YORK: Are Video Games Art?
 
SIDEWALKS OF NEW YORK: Are Video Games Art?
 
NY Premiere

Director: Michael A. Largé

United States, 2011, 27min
Format: Digital
Festival Year: 2011
Category: Documentary
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synopsis
Video Games have evolved from quarter machines in the back of parlors and grocery stores into a billion dollar year business located in everything from cell phones to home consoles. That said, it still fights for respect as an artistic platform in many circles. Writer/Director Michael A. Largé hit the streets of New York City and conducted interviews to find out if video games qualify as art.

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Born and raised in New York City, Michael A. Largé is a director, writer, producer and editor.


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