In the spirit that movies don’t have to end in the credits list, cinenftz has a mission to create an industry standard NFT placard distribution channel.
“We are excited about providing audiences with an innovative way to interact with cinema, specifically through ownership of licensed NFT posters. Posters are much more than advertisements, they are works of art that the public has and will always collect. For example, I saw a Taxi Driver poster print that recently sold through Sotheby’s for over $3,000. Imagine if this was a fixed limited supply, it wouldn’t fade over time, it would include a section of the movie soundtrack via NFT MP4. and was fully authorized”. — Founder and CEO Ryan Matthews.
Movienftz launches with the release of 200 Resident Evil: Welcome to Raccoon City NFT Posters licensed from Constantin Film and Constantin Music (as the NFT will be an MP4 that includes a section of the film’s opening soundtrack) for a price of 0.12 Ξ each in June 12 at 10am PT a Open sea.
The Resident Evil franchise, which is best known for its 28 games, has expanded through many forms including novels, comics, animated movies, stage plays, television, merchandise, and of course movies and now NFTs.
The Resident Evil film series, the rights to which are owned by Constantin Film, has generated a worldwide box office of more than $1.25 billion across the seven films. To date, said series is the most live-action film adaptations of a video game and, at various times throughout the 2010s, the highest-grossing zombie film series and the highest-grossing horror film series. with higher collection.
Team and Future
Movienftz has partnered with Sergeant Major Keith L. Craig, whose legacy is incredible; he is a combat veteran, entertainment executive, philanthropist, international best-selling author and former professional athlete in the NFL (Europe).
– movienftz (@movienftz) June 5, 2022
In 2019, Craig was part of the team that worked on the distribution strategy for all Disney titles, leading to a national industry record $3.7 billion through films such as Avengers Endgame ($858.3 million), The Lion King ($543.6 million), Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker ($515.2M).
With Craig on the team, movienftz will become a major pillar in film distribution; Currently, they have several ongoing discussions with the licensors of some very exciting posters to follow the Resident Evil: Welcome to Raccoon City poster NFTs.
The company is run by the founder and executive director ryan matthews, who has experience in film and television production in Canada and New Zealand. Joining Matthews and Craig is an expert assemblage of consultants, marketers, moderators, and developers, who have the common goal of bringing audiences more than just the movie, through poster NFTs.
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