I'm currently in the process of editing the footage we collected from interviews conducted with community members and core developers during our P2P tour this past Spring, to be released as 2-3 minute clips and eventually sewn up into a more comprehensive mini-doc.
Beyond this, Bitscape Media is looking to continue video work in the crypto-space, including a more full featured BitShares documentary when our resources are equal to our ambitions. We've been bootstrapping our operation with blood sweat and... inspiration, during this bear market.
I totally support additional film crews willing to get out there and tell the story of what is happening right now in crypto, however they can, as well as collaboration between crews. It’s a historic moment in time and we need make sure there are many voices in the telling of it.
One word on 'unbiased' or 'objective' documentary film making. I prefer a known bias that I can account for to someone pretending they don't have one. Everything about film making is about bias, all art is bias and not objective. Now that i've said that, I can appreciate the desire for objectivity, for presenting multiple viewpoints. It's a balancing act to be sure.