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Next Dissecta Event:

The Business of Games - Part 2.
Date: Tuesday 29th SEPTEMBER 2009
Time: 6:30pm to 8:00pm. Join us for coffee and nibbles afterwards.
Cost: Free but booking essential through State Library of Victoria
Venue:
Experimedia, State Library of Victoria, 328 Swanston St, Melbourne.

NEXT EVENT Tuesday 29th SEPTEMBER 2009

The Business of Games - Part 2
with Bill McIntosh from Torus games

Sponsored by the International Digital Entertainment Festival 2009 featuring eGames Expo and Film Victoria's Digital Distribution Summit

The second in a series of presentations focusing on making a business out of making games.
A free event starting at 6:30pm at the Experimedia, State Library of Victoria, Melbourne.

Dissecta is pleased to present Bill McIntosh, founder of local game developer Torus Games. After 15 years in the industry, Torus have developed a wide variety of games over a large number of hardware platforms. Bill will be discussing the founding and running of such a successful games development company, as well as answering your questions.

DATE, TIME, VENUE, BOOKING DETAILS

Date and Time: 6:15pm for a 6:30pm start to 8:00pm, Wednesday 5th August, including coffee and nibbles after the presentation. This event wouldn't be possible without the generous support of the State Library of Victoria and our event sponsors, the International Digital Entertainment Festival (iDEF 2009) featuring the eGames Expo and Freeplay Independent Games Festival.

Venue: Experimedia, State Library of Victoria, 328 Swanston Street, Melbourne. Enter through Front Entrance.

Bookings: This is a free event but booking is essential via the State Library of Victoria booking link. Please direct booking enquiries to (03) 8664 7099.

Sponsor info
The International Digital Entertainment Festival (iDEF 2009) will be held this year at the Royal Exhibition Building, Carlton from 30 October to 1 November with an exciting program also running at the State Library of Victoria during iDEF. Featuring the eGames Expo, the Digital Lifestyle Show and the Develop ICT Skills and Careers Expo there will be plenty to do and see during iDEF. For more details go to www.idef.com.au

The Digital Distribution Summit will be held in Melbourne on September 29, 2009. The event will bring together industry leaders, developers, publishers and enthusiasts to address the changing nature of games development in a climate rapidly shifting from physical towards digital distribution.
Over the course of the day speakers from leading international developers, publishers and publications will share their insights into the opportunities created by this major industry shakeup. For more detals go to ddsummit.com

A SPECIAL NOTE
As most of you will be aware the Founder and Convenor of Dissecta, Tim Richards passed away on the 21st of October 2008. Tim lost his battle with severe pulmonary hypertension due to congenital heart disease shortly after receiving a transplant but not without putting up a strong fight which was true testiment to his character. Tim will be sadly missed by his family, friends and the games industry as a whole.

It is on this note that we ask for your continued support through donations to the Alfred Foundation which can be made during the Dissecta event. We are working to further establish facilities to recognise Tim Richard's extensive work in promoting and supporting the local games industry and his dedication to supporting the organ donar campaign. Please check back soon as we will be posting updates.

Event Topic Links:
International Digital Entertainment Festival
eGames Expo
Torus Games

Film Victoria Digital Media Fund
Film Victoria Digital Distribution Summit
State Library of Victoria
The Alfred Foundation

Dissecta Convenor: Peter Barlow
Contact: 03 9412 6688
peter.b@wiredevents.com.au
please direct general enquiries to info@dissecta.com


 

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