DigiTitles.com Launch Gives Fans Exclusive Behind the Scenes Access to the Movies, Video Games, TV Shows and Music Videos They Love

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DigiTitles.com is making never before seen material available to everyone who wants to see more than just the movies they love. Now movie goers, TV viewers and gamers can see how movies, TV shows, video games, commercials and music videos are made. DigiTitles is also a powerful venue for film students, game developers and independent productions to showcase their work.

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On DigiTitles the content is original, raw and fascinating to fans because it comes directly from the people who create the entertainment we love.

DigiTitles.com is proud to announce the official launch of its a one of a kind social network where talented people from all levels of the entertainment industry share their film, gaming and other entertainment-production experiences giving fans exclusive behind the scenes content.

DigiTitles is a free, open, user-generated and user-moderated interactive database of ‘the making of’ content. The site is the first of its kind to offer content from the people directly involved in the production process at all levels; from film students to game testers to seasoned directors.

“On DigiTitles the content is original, raw and fascinating to fans because it comes directly from the people who create the entertainment we love,” said Alexander Drojjine, DigiTitles Community Spokesperson. “The content is generated and submitted by those who work in production, including concept and storyboard artists, scriptwriters, stunt coordinators and photographers.”

The site also receives exclusive and sneak peak content from producers and content owners who supply content to promote upcoming releases to create buzz before official premiers. DigiTitles is also a platform for fans to post and comment on relevant and interesting content.

The inspiration for DigiTitles came in part from the early Jackie Chan movies where the credits featuring behind scene multi-takes, including bloopers from fighting scenes gone wrong, became as popular as the movies themselves. Movie Studios picked up on this approach and now ‘extras’ are standard features on DVDs.

DigiTitles takes this trend to another level by showcasing content directly from the people who create the content while it is being created and before productions are released.

DigiTitles is also a social network. It’s easy to use search allows anyone to find titles or stars they are interested and they can be part of the conversation by chatting, blogging and posting content with fellow fans and content producers. DigiTitles offers a simple and interactive platform where users can also edit content that other users have posted.

For more information visit DigiTitles.com.

About DigiTitles:

DigiTitles.com makes never-before-seen material available to everybody. On DigiTitles.com entertainment fans can see how their favorite movies, TV shows, video games, commercials, and music videos are made and what they are made of. DigiTitles.com is a free, open, user-generated and user-moderated interactive database of 'the making of' content.

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