This is a cross post from myBitJoin blog started in early 2015, with additional comments.
Over the last week or so and very much thanks to youtube channels such as This Guy Edits, andDSLRguide i have finally jumped in and begun cutting my first short documentary, something i have wanted to do for a hell of a long time, indeed – a documentary i have been wanting to make for many many years now. A short documentary film with primary focus on the Bitcoin Startups i have interviewed here in Swedenover the last few years.
I have decided on a more human and down to earth approach (as best as i can : ) this will not be a technical Bitcoin-only related documentary but, more geared towards following several young companies working in the space and capturing their experiences along the way.
As you may know, if you have watched any of my earlier interviews onthis blog or on YouTube,i interviewed a number of founding members of Bitcoin related startups here in Stockholm, i am now once again starting to do the rounds and catching up with the founders nearly 2 years later, to see how these founders are getting on with their businesses and to see if their perspective might have changed over the years.
With focus on their challenges and how they have overcome them, i aim to tell the story of 6 Swedish companies and the individual founders personal experiences; of course, as well as their take on the future.
As you will have noticed back then, my video production was rather amature looking and to be frank i went on this journey initially so that i could learn & improve my production technique, as well as learn more about Bitcoin technology companies.
I now feel that my production skills are at a level where i can produce a compelling short documentary film around this topic with these previously conducted interviews as a launch pad.
Rich Tella is an Artist, entrepreneur, and video producer from Jersey UK, He received his masters degree in Fine Art from The University of Exeter, England. In 2013 after traveling the world for over 4 years he moved to Sweden to pursue a career as a documentary film maker.
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