Amazon, the online retail and technology giant, has introduced a new documentary series called NFTMe. The series will feature artists, collectors, and industry professionals talking about their experiences with non-fiction texts (NFTs) and how they have benefited from using NFTs in their daily lives.
The first season of NFTMe is now streaming on Amazon Prime in the United States and the United Kingdom, and in 2023, the series will be made accessible on other broadcasters throughout the globe.
Jonny Caplan, a filmmaker who has won several awards, is also the CEO and Co-Founder of Tech Talk Media. He is the creator of the NFTMe documentary series. The production started in 2019 and had to be amended due of the limits of COVID-19. These changes included bringing in artificial intelligence robots that were equipped with LiDar sensors. This enabled the director to move remotely, direct, and interact with the cast and crew.
According to Tech Talk, “NFTMe intends to be the MTV of NFTs, providing the default go-to for information on NFTs in a clear, understandable, and effective way, enabling viewers to absorb the plethora of terminology, diversity, and opportunity in the Web3 realm, whilst experiencing the culture, the mood, the style, and the energy.” In other words, “NFTMe intends to be the default go-to for information on NFTs in a clear,
In the course of six episodes of thirty minutes each, NFTMe introduces fifty new fashion technology (NFT) pioneers from four different continents. These pioneers include the American singer Susaye Greene of The Supremes, Queen Diambi Kabatusuila of the Democratic Republic of the Congo, Refik Anadol, a digital artist who has worked for SpaceX and NASA, Peter Rafelson, Madonna’s music producer, and Cheryl Douglas of Portion, who launched NFT collections
In the first episode, thought leaders analyze non-fungible tokens (NFTs) and blockchain technology. This episode also investigates the NFT community and the paths taken by a variety of people via digital culture. In addition, Queen Diambi of the Congo highlights the Web3 way of thinking held by her people.
In the second episode, we investigate how Eminem’s request from over two decades ago sparked an NFT journey and how Refik Anadol is working with NASA to make art.
The ensuing episodes investigate topics such as tokenization in the music business, disruption in the metaverse, how companies interact with NFTs to reach new audiences, and how NFTs are helping to identify artists and provide them a platform to showcase their work.
Compiled by Coinbold