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Our London correspondent Nick Ayton investigates the music, television and film industry where the ‘fat cats’ won’t be quite so happy as before - all because of Blockchain.
The second edition of the Bitfilm Festival, an event focused on movies about the Bitcoin and Blockchain world has recently ended.
Tomer Kantor is a London-based film producer who, for the past three years, has been documenting the Bitcoin phenomenon under his “IamSatoshi” label
The subjects of filmmaker Calvin (C.H.) Tran’s videos speak highly of his work. The two with whom CoinTelegraph spoke regarding Tran’s upcoming documentary series “People In Bitcoin” say they are “happy to be a part of it” and, “It’s really cool what he is doing.”
Back in August, CoinTelegraph reported on the Bitfilm-Festival and the organizers’ plans to take the event globally. Now, the schedule has been unveiled for the festival that is scheduled to take place on four continents.
The Rise and Rise of Bitcoin debuted at the Tribeca Film Festical earlier this year to high acclaim. The Documentary is scheduled for its official release Friday October 10th, and pre-orders are already available on iTunes.
A documentary promising to be the Bitcoin film “that you will watch with your parents” has reached its goals on Kickstarter and is set to begin production immediately.
An award-winning documentary filmmaker and a Portland writer are teaming up to create a feature-length documentary about cryptocurrencies.
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