- Artist and Director Charlotte Colbert launches NFT based on “She Will” movie; proceeds to fund End Violence Against Women.
- The NFT titled ”Why are we taught to fear the witches?” represents a scene from the movie.
- ArtTactic report states that women made up just 16% of primary and secondary sales on the NFT marketplace.
Artist and film director, Charlotte Colbert is launching a 1-of-1 NFT based on her horror movie “She Will”. The proceeds of the sale will go into the charity End Violence against Women.
The NFT titled ”Why are we taught to fear the witches?” relates to the movie where Alice Krige who plays the former star Veronica Ghent gets into a healing retreat in Scotland after a double mastectomy. But during her abode there, she is haunted by visions of witches who were burnt at the site centuries ago. And the psychological horror film goes on with Alice receiving the power to exact revenge for her past traumas.
The NFT will be launched as a part of an NFT show named Goddess. The show will be hosted by the online gallery “Eye of the Huntress” in collaboration with NFT marketplace SuperRare.The show aims to broadcast the gender imbalance in the digital art space.
As per the November 2021 report by ArtTactic, women made up just 16% of primary and secondary sales on the NFT marketplace Nifty Gateway over the preceding 21 months.
End Violence Against Women Coalition was formed in 2005. It consists of a group of feminist organizations and experts from across the UK, who work ardently to end violence against women and girls in all forms.
The charity is made up of over 120 NGOs, and women support services, including activists and researchers. They believe that violence is not inevitable, and hence work to tear down systems that support violence while ushering in a fairer world.