Documentary about Game Addiction- looking for those willing to share their story

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Documentary about Game Addiction- looking for those willing to share their story

Hi I'm a documentary filmmaker based in New York. I have a family member undergoing serious video game addiction, so this is a subject matter that is quite personal to me. I think it is a real addiction and that recognizing it as such is important so that people going through this can be taken seriously. I also think advocating for a balanced lifestyle is a message a lot of young people need to hear and one that can only come from an insider whose experienced this sort of addiction themselves and understands what that really means. I am looking for current or recovering gaming addicts in the NY/NJ or DC area who would be willing to take part in this documentary and share their story. This can be done completely anonymously as well. 

I am currently developing a documentary short that will be 3-4 minutes long, shot entirely on an iPhone camera, and be part of a competition I am entering for Jigsaw Productions, where I currently work. If selected, the short would be posted on their website, and social media pages (facebook & twitter). In addition, I would hope to show the short on other platforms in order to extend the reach of the story. 

If you are interested please get in touch! My email is gabriela@jigsawprods.com 

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Hello,

Hello,

 

 I am from Pennsylvania, but would be glad to give you my story via Skype. Just add me a private message, or reply here. Thanks man!

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Thanks to everyone who's

Thanks to everyone who's taken part so far. We're still looking for people in the NY/NJ area so feel free to reach out asap! We'd especially like to hear from female gamers. Interviews can be totally anonymous. 

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