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Tuesday, March 13, 2007

SubmarineChannel Presents the First Documentary, Entirely Shot Online Within Second Life: My Second Life

SubmarineChannel Presents the First Documentary, Entirely Shot Online Within Second Life: My Second Life

AMSTERDAM, March 13/PRNewswire/ -- Several documentaries have been made about Second Life, but now there's a
film that actually takes place inside this popular virtual world. In the film
'My Second Life' the main character sets out on a journey and the viewer tags

My Second Life

In January 2007, a man named Molotov Alva disappeared from his California
home. Recently, a series of seven video dispatches by a Traveller of the same
name have appeared within a popular online world called Second Life.

In these dispatches Molotov Alva encounters everything from Furries to
Cyberpunks to Neo-Luddites to Sex Slaves to the King of the Hobos, Orhalla
Zander, who becomes Molotov's guide as he searches for the creator of their
brave new world.

Filmmaker Douglas Gayeton came across these video dispatches and
assembled a documentary in seven episodes, with a total length of 35 minutes.

SubmarineChannel will release these episodes on several distribution
channels. The first episode is now online at: . My second
life is part of the Minimovies series of SubmarineChannel.


My Second Life is the first Minimovie in a sequence of eight different
documentaries, specially produced for online video channels (You Tube, Google
Video, etc.), iPod and mobile phone. Each documentary will be released in
series of episodes. All documentaries will be shown on a special Minimovies
website, which will be launched April 2nd.

Douglas Gayeton wrote and directed, together with William Gibson, 'Johnny
Mnemonic', the first interactive cd-rom based movie, for Sony Imagesoft. His
digital animated series 'Delta State', was named best animated TV series of
the year at the 2004 Annecy Film Festival. Gayeton has also created or
designed online social networks for such clients as AOL, MSN, Vivendi and

SubmarineChannel ( is a digital channel,
focusing on the boundaries between popular culture and media, art and digital
culture. From digital magazines to broadcasting and even festival programming
- it showcases the most engaging productions to date. is part of the Amsterdam production company
Submarine, established by Bruno Felix and Femke Wolting.

Source: SubmarineChannel

For more information, images and/or interview requests, please contact Yaniv Wolf at Submarine, tel: +31-2-0330-1226 or +31-6-4184-9614, fax: +31-2-0330-1227, e-mail:

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