The Litecoin Foundation is the executive producer of the heavy metal horror film We Call for Darkness.
Developed by a Los Angeles-based film company, Litecoin stands for Common Enemy and was released digitally on April 10.
The Litecoin Foundation ranks among the executive producers of comedy horror films.
On April 13, the Litecoin Foundation shared a trailer for a heavy metal-themed satanic comedy horror film where she served as an executive producer. The company logo can be seen at the trailer opening locations.
We call Darkness stars Alexandra Daddario and Amy Forsyth, and we also have a look from Johnny Knoxville. The film premiered at the Fantastic Fest in Texas in September 2019 and was released digitally last week.
The film was produced by Common Enemy production company Jarod Einson and Kyle Tequiela – the foundation previously described Tequiela as a volunteer in the Litecoin community. Three of the 11 videos are currently featured on the Common Enemy Channel Marketplace on YouTube Litecoin (LTC) as a payment method.
Litecoin Foundation Engages Film Industry To Drive Adoption
The Litecoin Foundation has been quietly strengthening its presence in the film world for about a year now, as the organization sponsored the San Diego International Film Festival in October 2019.
Festival attendees who purchased a six-day pass were provided with Litecoin to donate films that were allowed to be screened at the event. The film with the most LTC donations will receive the Litecoin Foundation Prize and receive an additional $ 1,000 Litecoin. Jay Davis’ Philophobia won a Foundation Award.
“Collective adoption requires two things: awareness and interest in the real world. The film industry is convincingly beating these two funds, ”said Charlie Lee, creator of Litecoin.
Lee added: “Litecoin can be a powerful funding vehicle for films, and by partnering with creative and influential people in the field, we have the opportunity to bring Litecoin to millions of people around the world.”
In May 2019, Anthony Mackie, the actor who played Hawkman in The Avengers, promoted Litecoin in a video titled “Everything I Do In A Day,” published by Vanity Fair.