NOVEMBER 30, 2017
In recent times, the Robloxian film industry has been under serious stress, as many there have indicated that the community they had built was not the kind of community that they wanted to foster. Given that, the former Robloxiwood community recently decided to restart operations as the Roblox Film Community. While the closure of an entire community of media creators is not an easy option to consider, Robloxiwood felt that it was necessary, as their community had devolved into a collection of problematic traits which weren’t helping progress the community and were hindering the creation and exhibition of great, high-
Since we began working with what was then Robloxiwood through our Film and TV Cooperative division two years ago, we have seen how that community has tried to hold true to the values it represents in the face of adversity, and we’ve seen firsthand much of the decline which has hampered the creative spirit of the once-
Given these, the Roblox Television Networks Group and the FTVC extend our support to the burgeoning Robloxian Film Community, as it grows to replace the former Robloxiwood community that we have previously worked with. We will continue to work with them as they build the foundations of the new community, and use our experience to help them develop in ways which are more beneficial and conductive to interaction between the various Robloxian media industries.
At this time, I’d like to additionally extend the invitation to any and all Robloxian film industry creators to participate in the upcoming RTNG MediaCon Winter 2018 event. As the Octoberfest Film Festival, the centerpiece of the former Robloxiwood, was concluded in 2016, we’ve seen an increased presence from the Roblox film industry at both MediaCon gatherings held throughout 2017, and we invite the film industry to join us again and showcase their growth and development alongside ours.
Primary Founding Member, Roblox Television Networks Group