Crypto and Film Industry Collaboration as a Means of Entertainment and Cryptocurrency Education
Navigasi - Pintu, a crypto asset trading platform in Indonesia, collaborates with the film industry to introduce crypto investment to the Indonesian people.
|Crypto and Film Industry Collaboration as a Means of Entertainment and Cryptocurrency Education|
The platform under the auspices of PT Pintu Kemana Saja is the official sponsor of the film Stealing Raden Saleh, which will be shown in theaters this week.
The founder and CEO of Pintu Jeth Soetoyo said he wanted to introduce crypto assets to various Indonesian people through various collaborations with many industries.
"Starting from the food industry, e-sports, football, to the latest about our cooperation in the film industry by becoming the official sponsor of the film Steal Raden Saleh," he said through a press release, Tuesday (23/8/2022).
"Through this collaboration, we believe that showing the film Stealing Raden Saleh will not only provide entertainment for the audience, but this film will be able to become a new platform for people to get closer and get to know crypto asset investment," he said.
Similarly, the director of the film Stealing Raden Saleh Angga Dwimas Sasongko stated that the collaboration that was built between the crypto and film industries turned out to be able to support each other.
"The scene of using cryptocurrency in the film gives a different feel from other films and makes the film feel more up to date," he said.
Angga is also grateful for Pintu's support so that the shooting process can run well. "We hope that the audience will be able to watch and feel the excitement of drama and action films with interesting storylines starring great actors and actresses in Indonesia," he said.
Stealing Raden Saleh, directed by Angga Dwimas Sasongko and written by Huesin M Atmodjo, is a drama and action film that tells the story of a group of young people who want to steal a historical painting of Raden Saleh at the presidential palace.
The group of young people include Piko (The Forger) played by Iqbaal Ramadhan and Ucup (The Hacker) played by Angga Yunanda.
Through Pintu's social media channel, Angga Yunanda shared his experience playing Ucup in the film.
"From the point of view of Ucup's character in this film, Ucup is very interested in the crypto world, and personally since playing Ucup in Raden Saleh's stealing film, I have gotten a lot of new insights about crypto from other actors who have been in the crypto world," he said.
The film Stealing Raden Saleh will officially air on Thursday (25/8) simultaneously in cinemas throughout Indonesia. However, on August 17, it was played in a limited way in several Indonesian cities, especially for the Indonesian Independence Day edition.
"We hope that the spirit of independence through the presence of the film Steal Raden Saleh can bring a new color to the Indonesian film industry and can increase awareness about investing in crypto assets," concluded Jeth Soetoyo.