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As you know, we’re excited that the G4C Festival (April 22-24 & 26) is an integral part the 2014 Tribeca Film Festival, presented by AT&T. However, it is also an … Read more
This post was also published on the Huffington Post, as part of a TED Weekends series on videogames that was inspired by Jane McGonigal’s TEDTalk, “The game that can give … Read more
With so many crowdfunding platforms and many more projects, it’s hard to keep track of it all! The Games for Change staff will regularly put together listings of projects that … Read more
In attempts to improve the environment, we do things like recycle and use energy-efficient lightbulbs. But what if our responsibilities in — and impact on — our cities’ environments were … Read more
What if there was no such thing as freedom of the press? What would you do if your family was held hostage by a man called “The Great and Honorable … Read more
Executive Producer and Co-Lead Curator, Marigo Raftopoulos & Steffen P. Walz, Chair and Co-Lead CuratorGames for Change Australia / New Zealand (G4C ANZ), our newest international chapter, kicked off their … Read more
by Silvia Lovato When it comes to kids, the answer is similar to what television programs should public media air: games that engage, educate and delight children, broadening their horizons and helping … Read more
At the invitation of Grantmakers in Film + Electronic Media (GFEM) and the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation, Games for Change is part of the curatorial team introducing … Read more
Kotaku’s Stephen Totilo will be liveblogging Al Gore’s keynote for the 8th Annual Games for Change Festival. Find the Liveblogging here.
This morning Supreme Courts Justices heard the opening arguments of the 5 year long Schwarzenegger vs. the Entertainment Merchants Association case.