The wait is finally over! PressPausePlay, a documentary film that talks about how the democratization of creative fields, like art, film, music and literature, is affecting our modern culture is now available online! (Remember we watched the trailer back in February?) I just received an email from the people behind the film who wanted all of us to know.
An interactive version, with all the interviews including ones not included in the final theater edit, is now free to download or you can download the original film on services like iTunes, Amazon, Netflix, Hulu and through VOD services on the Xbox and Playstation. Go to www.presspauseplay.com now for more details.
The directors came away from the whole experience really believing that ideas that are free spread faster (in Seth Godin's words), so it was really important to them that PressPausePlay be available through many different means.
While the film will still be showing at film festivals around the world until next year, you can now watch it in the comfort of your own home right now.
For artists, designers, and those who work in any sort of creative field, this film is a must-see.