In world films

UK based InWorld Films was founded by Suzie Anderton in 2012 for filming in Second Life, the internet's largest user-created virtual world. To join second life just go to create your avatar now !

InWorld Films was initially created as a hobby but the popularity grew and demand for my services increased. I now film Promotional videos for clubs, shops, sims, personal animation front page profiles, weddings, parties, music videos, concerts, ceremonial turnings RP, you name it, I film it !  

ALL InWorld Films can be found on YouTube with over 36,000 views under 

or here are some other links you can find us on


If you have any questions, please feel free to use the Contact Page or contact me Inworld at Second Life,  Suzie Anderton.

InWorld Films is not affiliated with or sponsored by Linden Labs / Research.

               Suzie Anderton          Owner of InWorld Films


About Lumiya
Lumiya Viewer is a Second Life grid client for Android phones and tablets. Stay connected with your Second Life friends while on the go. With Lumiya, you can send and receive instant messages, teleport to your favorite locations, participate in local chat, manage inventory and even see the virtual world around you in 3D. Watch the video, or read more on Lumiya features » Lumiya runs entirely on the phone without requiring you to use special in-world objects or external services. Get Lumiya on Google Play »

Second Livestock Full Presentation from Austin Stewart on Vimeo. Second Livestock, a virtual reality world for battery-farmed chickens, draws parallels between how we treat animals and how we treat ourselves.Through a straight-faced parody of Second Life (a virtual reality world for humans) the project attracts non-traditional art audiences to a conversation about the reasons behind and consequences of people choosing to spend more of their lives in virtual spaces. The work exists as a website and performance. The performance consists of a presentation, an interactive demonstration of Second Livestock, and an open discussion. The vocabulary of the presentation and visual language of all related media mocks the marketing devices and hype of technology firms introducing new, “disruptive” technologies. The artist performs the presentation in the persona of the CEO of Second Livestock. After the presentation the audience is invited to participate in an open discussion and experience the VR world through a “prototype” of the CCI (Chicken-Computer Interface). This prototype consists of the Oculus Rift VR Headset and a custom omni-directional treadmill. An assistant helps audience members to use the CCI and supplies the CEO with technical details.