Whether or not you’ve attended a massive YouTube event before like VidCon, Playlist Live or Summer In The City, there’s no denying that there are at least two different ways to experience them. And 90% of the attendees have no idea what it’s like to be a creator at these events, with your own built-in fanbase potentially waiting to meet you whenever you turn a corner.
Fortunately, the team behind production company Life Noggin Studios want to change that – and are doing so with”Internet Kids”, an upcoming documentary that promises to take you behind the scenes of VidCon and experience the event through the eyes of a creator.
“Internet Kids” follows upcoming YouTubers such as Alayna Fender and Kent Heckel, as they experience VidCon as guests and speakers. It also features appearances and interviews from the likes of Nathan Zed and Alli Speed.
“Most of the 26,000 attendees go in hopes of meeting their favorite [sic] internet stars,” explains the film’s onsite bio. “Meanwhile, creators from around the world unite and take their virtual friendships to the offline world.”
“For them, VidCon isn’t a convention, it’s summer camp.”
“Internet Kids” will likely be released later this year, and is scheduled to screen at Buffer Festival 2016.