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Meet the hosts

Ashe Whitener is the founder and host of the Liberty Entrepreneurs Podcast which aims to provide an alternative perspective to achieving individual freedom through the creative, entrepreneurial process rather than through the tried and failed process of politics. Ashe has two BS degrees in Engineering and is also an original member of Peter Schiff’s Euro Pacific Bank where he is currently the Head of Business Development. Much of Ashe’s experience has come during his time living in Panama and he continues to consult global teams on various projects including tech startups and offshore asset protection.


  • Is anyone here familiar with the issue of using celluloid film and digital both as mediums of shooting movies and displaying them? Celluloid film, for years, has been the default format for filmmakers and theaters for both showing movies and shooting movies. However, digital projection and digital cinematography has made waves, and with the advent of such cameras as RED ONE and 4K quality digital cameras, as well as the advent of super high quality digital projectors that can imitate the look of film, digital seems to be on its way of replacing film. I have not had any experience whatsoever with shooting movies, but i read the arguments for both formats. The digital side says that digital is rising and may even surpass film, so film is on its way out. However, proponents of film say that film has a better dynamic range, a better resolution and more organic film. There are certainly acclaimed and reputable people who back both. Recently, Hollywood made a partnership with Kodak, as this USA Today story tells. And filmmaker Martin Scorsese is happy. Very happy. And so am I. How do you apply your free-market libertarianism to this situation?

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