estudios amazonia enables transparency and engagement with film investors via a Smart Contract.
#TheFaustFlick is the first comedy film to be executive produced by a Smart Contract. #TheFaustFlick white paper is a sound business plan backed by a sound market study which highlights a latent opportunity: 8.3 million Hispanics go to the movies at least once a month in the U.S., who yearn to see good stories they can relate to and familiar faces playing roles they can identify with, and spend as much as $2.3 billions at the U.S. box office alone, year after year.
The filmmaking and film business processes extend across sixteen fully identifiable and auditable stages. The Film Business Buster™ Smart Contract, conceived and developed by estudios amazonia, provides a platform to tokenize #TheFaustFlick and any future films, thus becoming the first Independent film production company to democratize and bring transparency to this exclusive and lucrative industry by leveraging blockchain networks. …
Since the conception of the Petro president Nicolás Maduro has been so eager to promote it that at times his announcement on this subject have been plagued with inconsistencies or have not been thought through enough, discounting from it what any unit holding of value needs the most: Trust.
Nonetheless over the last two months president Maduro has made the following announcements of real facts regarding the Petro that profoundly strengthen its value and enhance its adoption:
On September 29th, during the closure of the CINEMA AND AUDIOVISUAL ENCOUNTER — INNOVATE OR FAIL, the Venezuelan Minister for Culture Ernesto Villegas proposed the creation of a National Bank for Cinema and Audiovisual Projects in order to administer the 100 million (M) euros approved for this sector by president Nicolás Maduro a few days earlier.
Driven by our catastrophic economic crisis, the National Bank for Cinema proposal picks up from where the 2018 Exporta Cultura Program, an initiative that vanished the same day it was announced, left of; subtly and belatedly acknowledging: a) the existence of a film industry, b) CNAC’s ineffectiveness in promoting one, and c) the asset-tied General Banking Laws which in essence forbid financing any Intellectual Property endeavor. …