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5th International Independent Videogames Festival in Berlin, April 20 to 22, 2016 – plus extra Family Day.

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Friday, April 22 • 19:30 - 21:00
A MAZE. / Berlin 2016 Award Ceremony – hosted by Jordan Erica Webber

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And the winners are...

Moderators
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Jordan Erica Webber

Jordan Erica Webber is an award-losing writer and presenter from the UK. Known to many as "Jordan from the Guardian", she's actually freelance and also has bylines in magazines like PC Gamer and on websites like Kotaku UK. Recently she's been doing a lot of talking: giving lectures, conducting live interviews, and agreeing to host award ceremonies when the previous host pulls out.

Artists
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Claudia Maté

CLAUDIA MATÉ (b. 1985, Spain) lives and work in London. She works in a large area of new media and online based works. Her works come from a variety of formats including programming, 3D, video, videogames, VR, animated GIFs and sound. She is Co-founder and curator at cloaque.org. Mate’s works has been exhibited internationally in NYC, Madrid, Paris, Canada, Croatia, Italy, Berlin, Chile, Buenos Aires, Switzerland, Venezuela, Lima, Miami... Read More →
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Katharine Neil

Katharine began her game development career at Melbourne House in 1998 and since then has alternated between design, programming and audio. Her extra-curricular activities have included directing the social impact game Escape From Woomera in 2003, co-founding Australia's annual independent game developers conference Freeplay, and completing a PhD researching experimental tools for game design.
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Llaura Dreamfeel

Llaura Dreamfeel writes strange, wonderful and often intense games. Best known for 'CURTAIN', the story of the destructive relationship between two women in a Glasgow punk band which won some rad awards, and currently writing the end of the world set on Ireland's west coast in 'If Found, Please Return'.
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Naomi Clark

Naomi Clark is an independent game designer who lives and works in New York City. Over the last twenty-five years, she’s helped create dozens of games for many different audiences and platforms. She also teaches at the NYU Game Center and has authored a textbook about game design.
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Sebastian Quack

Sebastian Quack (*1982) is an artist, game designer and curator working at the intersection of play, participation and the politics of urban society. Sebastian is a founding member of artist group Invisible Playground and curates Playpublik, an international festival for playful public spaces. He regularly teaches, gives talks and consults organizations on how to engage playfully with the world around them. Sebastian lives in... Read More →


Friday April 22, 2016 19:30 - 21:00
Haubentaucher Revaler Str. 99, 10245 Berlin

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