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Watch: OneShot —  Vive Le Tour De France

Watch: OneShot —  Vive Le Tour De France

Tour de France photographer Pauline Ballet has been capturing the cyclists around the country during the world's most iconic cycling race. This OneShot follows the athletes in the famously arduous Stage 10, in the French Alps.

Le Tour de France — © Pauline Ballet/ASO / OneShot

The Tour de France kicked off in Noirmoutier-En-L"Île on July 7, and after 3,351 kilometers of villages, mountain climbs and countryside, the peloton will reach the Paris finish line on July 29.


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NFTs Are Not Dead — They May Be Coming Soon To A Theater Near You

Despite turbulence in the crypto market, NFT advocates think the digital objects could revolutionize how films and television series are financed and produced.

NFTs Are Not Dead — They May Be Coming Soon To A Theater Near You

Mark Warshaw's series, The Bureau of Magical Things

Fabio Benedetti Valentini

PARIS — Advocates of a "participatory internet" (or Web 3.0) dream of an NFT future for cinematic works and animated films, despite the fact that Bitcoin (and cryptocurrency generally) is struggling. Non-fungible tokens (NFTs) are digital assets based on blockchain technology.

NFT converts say that digital objects could profoundly change the link between the general public and creators of cinematic content by revolutionizing the way animated films and TV series are financed. Even if, by their own admission, none of the experiments currently underway have so far amounted to much.

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