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"It didn't start as an hour-long documentary," said Miller. "When we began the project with the students, we immediately realized we wanted to follow them and tell their story. We then started working with Story Developing and talking about what would be the best format to do that, and it just felt like the right format. There was a lot of depth there."
Kelly Miller, the marketing manager behind the film at 2K, said the company originally decided to hold the contest at the Academy of Art University because of the school's interest in game design and proximity to 2K headquarters in Novato, California.