Viva Amiga: Project Update on the 9th of December 2014

Zach Weddington filming Petro and Patric Kloter (photo taken from http://vivaamigafilm.blogspot.de/2012/04/viva-amiga-in-europe.html)
Zach Weddington filming Petro and Patric Kloter for the documentary (photo taken from http://vivaamigafilm.blogspot.de/2012/04/viva-amiga-in-europe.html)

Dear readers,

A long time has passed since the Viva Amiga documentary started out on Kickstarter, but finally it looks like the wait will be over in the near future. Please have a read below:

 hi all 🙂

my name is Paul Kitching and I’ve been creating some of the 3D for the Viva film, I am also helping update the various related groups and pages.

we are pleased to announce the film is on schedule to be complete this year, and we are hopeful to find a distributor early in 2015.

please keep checking back here, as I will be providing more updates in the following days. thank you for your patience, we at Viva Amiga appreciate it!

regards,

Paul.

For new readers, here is a teaser on what you can expect from this documentary about the Commodore Amiga computer..

Looks nice doesn’t it? 🙂 Now.. hopefully it won’t be too long before we can watch it!

Have a good night and thanks for reading!

7 comments

  1. Excellent. I’m definitely interested in seeing this. I still feel that if the Amiga wasn’t so badly mismanaged by Commodore and the subsequent owners back in the 1990s, it would still be a around today as a mainstream alternative to the PC and Mac. It’s tragic really.

    • Hi! Thanks for commenting. I agree with you, it was the Commodore management who drove the company into bankruptcy back in the 90’s. If things had been different, I also believe it’d be a mainstream alternative today.

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