1. Rex Crowle about Tearaway

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    Get inspired! Visit http://Profiles.submarinechannel.com to browse 120+ short video interviews with the world's leading creatives. "It's kind of impossible for me not to start gesticulating with my hands when I start talking about the game because it's so... tactile!" What a priviledge it was to catch up with Rex Crowle, a.k.a. Rexbox in person ahead of the release of Tearaway, a new game for the Playstation Vita. Tearaway is the latest masterstroke of the UK-based game developer Media Molecule. As the creative lead, Rex added a fair share of his signature creative mojo to this amazing new platformer. Rex was also involved (as an art director of sorts) with Media Molecule's hit platformer LittleBigPlanet – one of the Playstation 3's launch titles back in 2008. We literally spent days of our lives navigating the loveable Sackboy through LittleBigPlanet's incredibly tactile “Craftworld”. Even had a few go's at building a level using LBA's built-in level creator. So, even though his resume says he's a game designer, graphic designer, and animator; what Rexbox *really* is, is a worldbuilder. Someone who loves the process of creating beautiful, mesmerizing and intricately detailed universes that invite us players to explore their every nooks and cranny's. Rex, who has basically been working non-stop for the past two years, was in Amsterdam to present at the annual Motion Design Festival we co-host with Playgrounds. Rex talks about how he first fell in love with gaming (in Game Aracades and on an Amiga, of course), walks us through the development process of Tearaway, and discusses how they took advantage of the new of the Vita specs to create an ingeniously interactive Papercraft world in which you, the player, play a starring role in the game’s storyline. http://rexbox.co.uk | http://tearaway.mediamolecule.com http://Twitter.com/submarinechannl http://Facebook.com/submarinechannel http://Pinterest.com/submarinechannl CREDITS Director, editor: Geert van de Wetering; Interview: Remco Vlaanderen; Camera: Niels de Roos; Sound: Steven van Dijk; Productie: Marlijn Koers; Publisher: http://SubmarineChannel.com

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    • CE.TV :: PROGRAMA 11 :: CULTURAELECTRONICA.TV

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      CULTURAELECTRONICA.TV es un show de tv sobre música electrónica realizado en Argentina en el año 2006. Sólo se emite por internet. Sus contenidos son: entrevistas a Djs, CLIPS de fiestas y eventos de música electrónica, notas, visuales, y tutoriales sobre música electrónica. En este 11vo PROGRAMA (PRG): ESPECIAL ONEDOTZERO!!! Onedotzero es un festival audiovisual donde se combinan eventos en vivo, Djs, Visuales, Obras de arte interactivas, exhibiciones, etc. ENTREVISTA: - Anne Doyle (UK) - Asistente de Dirección del Festival - Ivan Ivanoff (ARG) - Artista plástico CLIPS: - Marcelo Ríos (ARG) - Gustavo Lamas (ARG) - Supercarne (ARG) - 8GB - United Visual Artists (UK) :: Live Av Event - Colder (Francia) :: Live Av Event - Panico Ramirez (ARG) - Emisor (ARG) OBRAS: - Gancia Room - T3D VISUALs: - Marcin Slawek : "Japanese Balls" - Lobo/The Ebeling Group : "You gotta hold on". - Ed Holdsworth : "High Fives/Four Tet" - Naked / The Ebeling Group: "Box" - Doudouboy : "Magic Lantern" - United Visual Artists : "To the Music (Colder)" - Steve Smith/Trunk : "Leap of Faith" - Rex Crowle : "Legends" -Tronic : "Eternal Double Happiness" NIKON CLIP: - Le Hammond Inferno (Alemania) @Live AV Event Tanto las imágenes como la música han sido autorizados por los respectivos artístas.

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      • Grip Wrench: Presidator

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        Director: http://www.rexbox.co.uk Production: http://www.duke.tv Music & Sound Design: http://www.davidkamp.de for more visit: http://www.gripwrench.co.uk/

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