MEPs (Multi-Editor Projects) encompass machinimas that are not quite films, but tell a story through the interpretation of separate scenes shot by multiple machinimators that are then combined and edited by the organising director. Their goal is to combine these separate scenes, often shot with different versions of the game, into a cohesive message for the viewer. The uniqueness comes from the different styles the directors have, and the skills the organiser has to make all the scenes come together in an impressive group project.

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Poster Name Director Game Genre Country
 Untitled-1  Fire In My Bones  Carmen
 April Dark
   Sci-Fi  Poland

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The Sims International Film Festival was created in 2010 as a way to foster creativity in The Sims community through machinima, an art form that uses video game footage to make movies. Over the years, as new entries in The Sims franchise were released and new editing methods became available, we’ve seen a lot of changes, but one thing has remained constant: our commitment to showcasing the creativity of this community and inspiring new artists.

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