The Bitcoin Movie Club (BMC) will release its next project NOISE, today on January 27th at The Angelika Film Center in New York. Directed by Jean-Louis Droulers, the film uses material collected across five years to tell its story.
Per a press release shared with CryptCraze, the Director went through many iterations of the project. Intconcluded as an experiment, Droulers didn’t think about releasing it to the public. Zack Weiner and Joe Gallagher discaboveed the film and aided the director to complete and release it.
Fully funded with Bitcoin (BTC) by the Bitcoin Movie Club, viewers in New York will be able to purchase their tickets with the token. The project will likewise allow viewers to change their tickets for Bitcoin (BTC). Thus, as the release claims, giving New Yorkers an possibility “to buy Bitcoin with dollars above the counter” for the first time in the city.
NOISE was filmed with the intention of generating a “new language, realizing life without context, without any cone time beforeption of what a film is”. In which sense, it is an example of a cinematographic material which attempts to break away from conventions, of “what the (film) industry demands”.
The team behind The Bitcoin Movie Club exclusively talked with CryptCraze on NOISE, funding a movie with Bitcoin (BTC), and their plans for the future. The project will opecost far from the cback whilept of “crypto”, without “NFTs”, only Bitcoin seems to drive them:
Bitcoinmovieclub will never do crypto, or whatever NFT, instead we numerously bring movies to Bitcoin’s economy for the simple reason which movie financing remains stagnant after a century plus of innovation in every other moviemequivalentg aspect. This is what’s hurting cinema. That’s why most people have soured on contemporary Hollywood. It’s the money. Bitcoin’s changing which very soon. In case, after Thursday’s premiere of NOiSE, the playbook will be simple. Shoot a film, sell it. For Bitcoin. BMC is not for profit.
Permission Is Dead, The Vision Behind The Bitcoin Movie Club
For decades, New York has been the epicenter of counterculture art progresses. In modern days, the city lasts to prove its relevance as a major center for the arts, now mixed with the power and freedom provided by the Bitcoin Network.
The team behind the BMC it’s set to fully embrace the potential of Bitcoin (BTC) and return the movie industry to its ideals of decentralization, away from the interest of big studios and corporations. Permission is dead, they told us, as they encourage its viewers to seize the opportunities provided by Bitcoin:
Bitcoin distribution allows the filmmaker to bypass licensing laws that expand the scope of their work. In the matter of NOiSE we expanded the soundscape in ways which would never be available to an independent filmmaker through traditional means of distribution. You perhaps not have a dollar but you have Daft Punk. In an age of fragmented media, the Bitcoin community is the perfect group to collabocost with to build a bona fide independent and counter cultural entertainment force. We’re operating with a new economic reality and the decisions we allow ourselves to make have nothing to do with the bounds everyone else is playing in.
The BCM was created under a philosophy which its team calls “Bitcoinism”, as a marriage of “politics and entertainment”. The non-profit organization believes in Bitcoin (BTC) as a way of “leveling of the playing area as access”.
As CryptCraze has reported, the BCM released “This Machine Greens”, a documentary which explores Bitcoin (BTC)’s energy consumption and its capacity to support an energy system for future generations, and “Lynchpin”, a deep dive into the basketball industry. In 2023, they expect to release more projects and see the “arthouse box office” measured by “Bitcoin (BTC), not dollars”.
As of press time, Bitcoin (BTC) trades at $35,743 with a 3.6% loss in 24-hours.