Cineme

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Cineme was a short lived but highly successful, competitive and respected international animation and video game festival held in Chicago, Illinois. Cineme was founded by producer, screenwriter, director Brooke English.

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Cineme received over 2500 submissions each year from around the world. It attracted large audiences and endorsements from high-profile individuals, including Larry King. Cineme judges included prominent figures in the television and motion-picture industries from Cartoon Network, DreamWorks SKG, Nickelodeon, Sony Pictures Entertainment, and Universal Studios.

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Cineme became the first festival to have DVD distribution in its first year running: Hollywood Video distributed and sold Cineme 2003 and Cineme 2004 nationwide.

Cineme also became the first host of the Midwestern Game Development Conference, sponsored by High Voltage Software.

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