LONDON, April 25, 2017 /PRNewswire/ --
A movie entitled "Is Bitcoin Interesting? Up To You," has been launched on the internet that, other than being Bitcoin-positive, has no sell, no website to promote, no call to action, no link to a 3rd party. WorldMark Films, the independent makers of the film, and funded by a group of Bitcoin enthusiasts, hope that as a result of being free from any commercial entity, it can be easily shared and will spark a debate on Bitcoin, allowing individuals to make up their own mind.
The video was made by individuals who wanted to make a simple film that was promoting Bitcoin but wasn't in any way directive. The film seeks to be clear of any commercial entity so that people feel at ease sharing it because, by doing so, they are not promoting a company or website.
The film is aimed at anybody who wants to delve further into the cryptocurrencies and alternatives to the current status quo.
The movie is made to a very high standard, from cinematography through to the supporting research, and the makers are hoping to get people everywhere, thinking and talking about Bitcoin as part of a drive to see the cryptocurrency become a mainstream currency. It is hoped that viewers will see and accept there is no hidden agenda and will be encouraged to become interested enough to learn more about Bitcoin, a currency with no governmental control, which is border-free, and which belongs to the people.
About WorldMark Films:
WorldMark Films go back as far as 1975, when the company was formed to produce the Official Film of the 1976 Olympic Winter Games. This got the company hooked on to sporting stories, and the have been doing it ever since. WorldMark Films have had the opportunity of filming at the biggest sporting events in the world and have worked with some of its biggest stars.
WorldMark Films wanted to express it status as an international company with prestige and a distinctive marque, defined by the quality of its productions. And after 40 years the company still believes that this rings true to what they do today.
SOURCE WorldMark Films