Yesterday I featured 2 Player Production's upcoming documentary about Mojang, developer of sandbox building game and indie hit Minecraft, but the video crew has revealed more about the project -- it will not only provide a behind-the-scenes look at the Stockholm studio but also follow its very first days of conception.

"The content we have now takes place during the first week of the studio's formation, which is something rarely captured on film, and we're grateful to Mojang for giving us permission to be there," says 2PP, which has previously created short videos for only established developers like Sucker Punch and Naughty Dog.

After Minecraft picked up hundreds of thousands of dollars from pre-ordering the title, its creator Markus "Notch" Persson used that money to set up Mojan with other programmers, a site developer, a "business guy", and pixel artist Junkboy. He's since added another programmer and a managing director to the team.

2PP, "The story of Mojang studios has only just begun, and there are still aspects of the studio that could be explored." The group is in the post-production stage with the documentary and will release the film next month. It hopes to return to Stockholm and shoot more footage of Mojang if the 20-minute documentary is well received.