Using NFTs To Monetize & Distribute Feature Films With SXSW Filmmaker Jason Charnick


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In this episode, I am joined by filmmaker Jason Charnick, known for his incredible documentary feature film Getting Over, which premiered at SXSW in 2018. Today, Jason is here to talk all about NFTs - a new technology that’s been generating a ton of buzz in the world of indie film.

NFTs are a type of digital collectible that artists (including filmmakers) can use to help monetize and distribute their work in new ways. There’s a lot of debate as to the viability of NFTs in the filmmaking space, so Jason and I sat down to discuss this issue at length. We outline exactly what an NFT is (or could be) in the context of filmmaking, their potential upsides and downsides from a creator’s perspective, how filmmakers could leverage them to find more profitability in their work, and much more.

Links from the show:

Jason Charnick - Facebook

Jason Charnick- Twitter

Jason Charnick - Instagram

Up Start Film Collective

Getting Over - Film Website

Getting Over - Amazon

Head Above Water - Podcast

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