Japanese film studio will create a trilogy about crypto
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Japanese film studio Noma announced the production of a trilogy about Web3 and crypto. The studio is already working on the first film, “The Rhetoric Star.” Noma plans to release it in 2024.
The production team also includes Mai Fujimoto, the CEO of blockchain firm Gracone, and Roy Nakatsuji, the executive of Japanese CoinPost. Among other participants are Haruna Gozhu, the animator who worked on Pokemon, and Sefi Carmel, an award-winning sound designer. More than that, Noma works with Bitcoin specialists to add expert views to the films.
The team will use creative storytelling to change the way people learn about Web3.
Versus Entertainment, Decentraland, and Lumiere are currently working on “The Infinite Machine.” The movie tells the story of Ethereum’s co-founder Vitalik Buterin and the rise of the second-biggest cryptocurrency in the world.
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