"Cosplayer Nation is excited to announce their documentary COSPLAYER NATION: A Documentary on Cosplay across America which is set for its world premiere to be announced.
Started in late December 2010 by up and coming documentary film makers Joshua Adams and Uke Lee, COSPLAYER NATION: A Documentary on Cosplayer across America is a movie about cosplay from the perspective of the cosplayers and was filmed at events in Boston and around the world including: Anime Boston, Boston Comic Con, Pax East, Anime USA in Virginia as well as San Diego comic con and in France.
Josh Adams and Uke Lee look at this as a “culmination of their lifelong passion for Animé” and want to thank everyone who has helped with this project so far, including but not limited to Professor Susan Napier from Tufts University, Erik Limardo, as well as animé voice actors like Vic Mignogna, Christopher Smith, and Tanya Tate. What will be taking place next is we will begin integration of a social networking platform into CosplayerNation.com and continuing to improve and build out the site to make it the ultimate resource for anyone looking to find out more information about cosplaying and what is happening in the world of cosplaying around the globe.
Be sure to check for updates as well as the Conventions we will be covering. Check out our facebook page (Cosplayer Nation) and YouTube channel (www.youtube.com/cosplayernationtv) and as always on our website - www.CosplayerNation.com for more information and sneak previews and clips of our upcoming documentary."
Has anyone here been interviewed?
Also, what do you think about cosplay documentaries? Would you buy a DVD if one was available in Barnes and Noble or something?
I think documentaries like this are a great way to get the positives of the con scene out there; so many times, it's outside media looking in. But this is a documentary by those in the scene for those in it, so it will actually probably be a lot more objective.
This post has been edited by Krystal: 22 August 2012 - 06:24 PM