Jennifer Esposito, an award-winning actress, stepped into the year 2022 with her own NFT film, “Fresh Kills.” The mementos, in particular, provide a glimpse into Esposito’s directorial debut.
Jennifer Esposito is a newcomer to the NFT business world. Her NFT film effort, “Fresh Kills,” also marks the artist’s directorial debut.
This women-led initiative features notable visual artists such as Gala Mirissa. Annabella Sciorra, an award-winning actress, also appears in the thriller flick. Furthermore, the suspense criminal thriller will involve NFT holders in an unprecedented method, bringing them into the scene.
An exclusive drop of four “Women of Fresh Kills” NFTs will take place on March 8. The premiere not only commemorates International Women’s Day but also illustrates Esposito’s support for female artists worldwide.
The drama, in essence, gives an inside look at a New York City-based organized crime family via the perspective of its female members. Beginning March 8th, collectors will be able to purchase one of four 1:1 NFTs of the film’s female characters. The “Women of Fresh Kills” drop will include 800 digital assets, each valued at 0.08 ETH.
Surprisingly, each NFT holder will get unique real-world advantages. VIP set visits and red carpet access, for example, are provided by NFTs. Furthermore, citizens of the United States will be able to participate in the film’s production! These advantages, however, are only available to first-time early buyers.
Of course, Jennifer Esposito and her initiative are always supportive of female-led NFT businesses. For example, the “Fresh Kills” campaign recently shared a screenshot of World of Women. The tweet celebrates the collection’s recent success, which includes a partnership between NFT and Billboard.
Of course, the collectibles are valued owing to their high-quality design and importance. The kinetic artworks also offer unique audiovisual aspects. The creators are Gala Mirissa, a well-known Spanish singer, and Mike Gonek, a music producer.