Noma is preparing a trio of crypto feature films
EXCLUSIVE: Japanese film company Noma is developing a series of three feature films about the world of crypto, starring Sefi Carmel (The Legacy of Lies) as a composer and sound designer. The first theatrical feature in the series, The star of rhetoric, is currently in production. The second film in the series is Opusa serialized animated film that will document the production process of The star of rhetoric and is slated to be released in one-minute segments each week by the film’s release in 2024. The third film is to be announced later in 2022. The star of rhetoric is a filmmaker and founder of Noma Taichi Itô (Craving Man). Japanese animator Haruna Gohzu, who worked on pokemon, pokemon the movie, and Doraemon the movie: Nobita’s new dinosaur. Producing the franchise is Mai Fujimoto, founder and CEO of Gracone Inc, a Tokyo-based blockchain and cryptocurrency consulting firm, and Kizuna, a nonprofit bitcoin donation organization that supports education programs. and music. Ryo Nakatsuji from Japanese crypto publisher CoinPost is also joining the film series as a producer.
‘Game Of Thrones’ and ‘Luther’ stars prepare for BBC’s ‘Ten Pound Poms’/Stan
Sex education producer Eleven’s BBC/Stan drama Ten pound pom poms put the cast, with game of thrones’ Faye Marsay and by Luther Warren Brown is set to direct Annie and Terry Roberts. Michelle Keegan (Brassic, our daughter), Rob Collins (Mystery Road, Firebite), Leon Ford (Elvis, the light between the oceans), Declan Coyle (Long Black, the life of Jess), David Field (Shantaram, preacher), Stephen Curry (Dogs of Love, The Castle), Hattie Hook (Wild river, of an age), Finn Tracy (The Portable Door, Young Rock) and Emma Hamilton (The Tudors, Mr. Selfridge). The show is the last of prolific Sex education producer Eleven and is a rare co-production for UK and Australian networks. “Ten pound pom poms demands an ensemble cast that we’re always looking for, actors that we love and want to be successful at, so I’m glad I found those actors,” said Shameless the writer Brocklehurst.
Espresso Media International grabs ‘Finite: The Climate Of Change’ documentary feature
UK documentary distributor Espresso Media International has acquired worldwide rights to director Rich Feldgate’s feature debut Gone: the climate of change. The film is presented as an insider’s perspective on the world of direct action and climate activism; a raw, shocking, intimate and emotional insight into the David and Goliath battle between ordinary people and fossil fuel corporations. The documentary, which will be sold as feature films and commercial hours, recently had its world premiere at New Zealand’s Doc Edge Film Festival, then screened at Jersey Shore’s Lighthouse International Film Festival and the International Filmfest Emden-Norderney in Germany, where it won the Focus Future award.