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Plan for Feature-Length NFT Movie Receives NounsDAO Approval

NounsDAO, a Web3 community, has approved a plan to produce a full-length animated movie with some of its well-known non-fungible token (NFT) characters.

In order to “continuously develop a series of episodic material via consecutive proposals,” the proposal collaborates with Atrium, a network of independent Web3 artists and creators. “Nouns: A Movie” will be produced in a number of plot acts that may be combined to “make the first feature-length cinematic material exposing Nouns to the world,” according to Atrium.

This is a first for the NFT sector; we haven’t seen any other truly decentralised organisations commit to producing high-quality features at this level. According to Atrium’s news release. The film’s writing, production, and animation will be assisted by Atrium creatives William Yu, HKJay, Zen Doubt, 3DPrint Man, and Meta Ent.

The budget for the first installment has been set at $125,000. The plan states that the pilot will be made public in 90 days, at which point the decentralised autonomous organisation (DAO) will determine whether or not to continue supporting the project. Members of Nouns will be able to propose plot arcs and suggestions for upcoming episodes.

A recent short film made by Atrium’s 3DPrintGuy was supported by a prior NounsDAO proposal. The short’s main characters were all made available as collector NFTs.

The NounsDAO community recently endorsed other artistic activities to broaden its ecosystem. The organisation decided last month to collaborate with comic book publisher Titan Comics and NFT community ComicsDAO to develop a comic book series. The second ArtBall NFT collection from the Australian Open tennis tournament will be released in December thanks to a collaboration with NounsDAO, OnCyber, and Vayner Sports Pass.

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