Nouns DAO Announces First Animated Feature Project

Nouns DAO is venturing deeper into the content space with the funding of proposal 245, which will see a feature-length film written, produced and animated by Atrium creatives William Yu, HKJay, Zen Doubt and 3DPrint Guy. Meta Ent is also on board as a production partner.

This next creative step for the DAO, which has cultivated a dedicated community around the headless Nouns characters, is billed as a first for the NFT space. Nouns: A Movie will be a pioneering large production endeavor which attempts to break free from legacy content production models. 

The animators, writers and producers involved in the project have worked on blockbuster hits such as Black Panther, The LEGO Batman Movie and Up. Each brings crucial experience in animated film production, coming from major studios such as Disney, Sony, Netflix and Marvel. 

Nouns are an experimental attempt to improve the formation of on-chain avatar communities. Nouns attempt to bootstrap identity, community, governance and a treasury that can be used by the community. Nouns are weird; Nouns are bold. They are cc0. So they are forever and infinite. 

The announcement of Nouns: A Movie follows the successful funding and release of the animated short film Welcome to Nountown, and is part of a broader strategy to fund new narrative expansions for the Nouns brand, including film and TV content. Watch the short, also  crafted by the artists of the Atrium creative network, below.



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