Roots In Ego Spends a Year in the Voxels Metaverse – NFT Plazas

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Cinematic masterpiece, Roots in Ego, has spent the last 12 months thrilling visitors of the Voxels realm in its own purpose-built mini movie theatre. The Kristina Weiserova short drama and comedy film has been playing in the Metaverse for the past year, and it’s still getting wild reviews.

It tells the story of Natalie, a young woman who is trying to figure out her life. As is typical with young adults, there are many poor decisions involved, whether it be through her choice of partners, excessive partying, or involvement in other vices. Eventually, she ends up hooking up with the wrong person, which ultimately leads to her downfall.

Unlike traditional films, Kristina has chosen to screen her creation in the Voxels space, where where visitors walk into a cinema using a cursor. The setting is similar to what you would expect in a movie theater, with paintings on the wall and a seating area. You can move around as you like by manipulating the cursor, resulting in a highly immersive experience. All thanks to Voxels, which enables users to own virtual land, build on it, and, in this case, launch their own film.

#rootsinego written+directed+produced by @113kw 35 minutes movie about parties, drugs and philosophy. Drama comedy movie about a group of friends, answering the question where does evil come from. watch on youtube⚡️„ROOTS IN EGO“ od uživatele @rootsinego

— ROOTS IN EGO / DRAMA COMEDY MOVIE by 113kw (@rootsinego) March 26, 2021

What The Success Of Crypto Voxels Movie “Root In Ego” Means For The Film Industry

The success of this movie offers a glimpse of what the future holds for independent filmmakers, as it gives them an avenue to tell their stories. Thanks to Film3, an independent filmmaker or artist can fund their project using NFTs and launch it in the Metaverse.

NFTs funding movies is a growing trend that is proving quite popular. Recently, the likes of Kevin Smith and Spike Lee have utilized non-fungible funds to finance films of their own and drive engagement. Also, independent director Miguel Faus has witnessed his NFT funded movie, Calladita, win top accolades.

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