The "ChipTunes" movement─which celebrates making original music by using outdated videogame hardware and technology─is the focus of this fun documentary. Through chronicling the first-ever Blip Festival, the film follows an assortment of musical acts as they gather in New York City to play material that was created on outdated gaming consoles. Along the way, a look at the evolution of modern electronic music is glimpsed. AKA: "Blip Festival: Reformat the Planet." 72 min. Soundtrack: English; audio commentary; interviews; bonus short "Reformat the Planet 1.5" (2010); deleted scenes; featurette; music videos; theatrical trailers. Two-disc set.