FOUR VS FOUR: THE COMPETITIVE HALO DOCUMENTARY

FOURvFOUR (or FVF) is a feature length documentary showcasing and detailing ten years of New Zealand Halo history within the country. With a total of two people involved in the production, it took a total of three and a half years to complete, from Pre-Production right through to the final stages of releasing the final product on Youtube.

FOURvFOUR SOCIAL:

Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCSw-Srwd2PHRbEaFVVbEXFA

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/FOURvFOUR/

Twitter: https://twitter.com/FOURvFOUR


MEDIA + PRINT COVERAGE

Links

FOURvFOUR Featured in 343's Community Update (Developers for Halo) - https://www.halowaypoint.com/en-us/news/mode-a-la-mode

'The Kiwi Creators that inspire me' (Jason Spiller of Xbox New Zealand) - https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/kiwi-creators-inspire-me-jason-spiller

'The man preserving a decade of NZ Halo history' (Gameplanet NZ) http://www.gameplanet.co.nz/xbox-one/news/g57f6b4f21ae14/The-man-preserving-a-decade-of-NZ-Halo-history/

Pictured above (Top Row) is an image showing snippets of Episode One which was featured on the Halo World Championships 2017 stream in between matches, to an audience of 20,000 online.

The two bottom photos show case the documentary being played around the venue where the event was held in the ESL Studios, Burbank, California.

Photo Cred: Jason Spiller of Xbox New Zealand.


Below is an interview I did with a Youtuber called GamerJLee, JLee approached me for the interview after seeing the episode featured on the '343 Weekly Community Update'. We cover the beginnings of the doco, thoughts on the current state and future of Halo and what is on the horizon for me as a film maker.