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The standard DVD purchase and digital downloads of Beep are for single individual use only, and do NOT include any form of public performance rights, including for educational use. Please purchase the correct rights that you require here, or contact us for more information firstname.lastname@example.org.
Nontheatrical Community/Campus Screenings
For educational and non-profit organisations, we offer a standard PPR (public performance rights) license, allowing unlimited screenings for non-paying groups of up to 100 persons. This is a non-transferable license and limited to a single campus or place of presentation. The cost is $349.00 (CAD) and payment can be made by PayPal. Single DVD or Blu-Ray is included.
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Library and Classroom Screenings
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Beep is a documentary history of game sound from the Victorian arcades through to today, with a special focus on video game sound, but also including mechanical games and pinball. Beep is a feature-length film, a series of webisodes and DVD extras, a book, and a collection of resources here on this website. Beep began with a Kickstarter campaign in August/September 2014, and began filming in October 2014. Beep the film and book are scheduled for release in summer 2016. In the meantime, we have been releasing webisodes of our interviews for your enjoyment. These are free for viewers, but we encourage you to help us cover the costs by sponsoring a webisode. Beep's interview list includes nearly 100 game composers, sound designers, programmers, voice artists, and implementation specialists.
Beep was filmed at GameSoundCon (Los Angeles); Distant Worlds (Toronto); MAGfest (Washington); AES for Games (London); Game Developers' Conference (San Francisco, March 2015), Seattle, Vancouver, Montreal and Tokyo.