I’m completely shocked and yet equally not at all surprised. It was clear that the hard work of James Swirsky and Lisanne Pajot would pay off in massive success. Being shown at Sundance is a level of esteem that the pair are absolutely worthy of.
Their film chronicles the creative process behind Team Meat’s Super Meat Boy and Phil Fish’s first public showing of Fez, along with an examination of Jon Blow’s mind post-Braid‘s critical acclaim. It is the film I have been waiting to see before I knew of it’s existence.
It’s important that we don’t let all this glowing praise take away from what is clearly the real news story here:
I’m in this film.
I’m in a film that’s being shown at Sundance.