Wednesday, April 1, 2015

DOCUMENTARY - "TOWER TO THE PEOPLE - TESLA'S DREAM AT WARDENCLYFFE CONTINUES" will have European Premiere in Belgrade, Serbia April 6, 2015!

From award-winning director Joseph Sikorski,

"Tower to the People - Tesla's Dream at Wardenclyffe Continues"

tells the story of Nikola Tesla's idealistic plans at Wardenclyffe and chronicles the efforts of those dedicated to preserve his legacy.Featuring the music of Emmy-nominated and international award-winning pianist and composer Marina Arsenijevic.

"Tower to the People - Tesla's Dream at Wardenclyffe Continues" also features interviews with some of the most respected voices of the Tesla community, dramatic recreations and beautiful graphic imagery.


The European Premiere of the Feature Documentary:

TOWER TO THE PEOPLE-Tesla's Dream at Wardenclyffe Continues
Sava Centar
Belgrade, Serbia
ph: 220 60 00

Monday, April 6th 2015 at 7:00pm

Sponsored by The Nikola Tesla Museum of Belgrade and Tesla Magazine
Special Guests: Director Joseph Sikorski & Nikola Tesla relative William Terbo

Belgrade: “TOWER TO THE PEOPLE- Tesla’s Dream at Wardenclyffe Continues”, the new documentary by award-winning indie director Joseph Sikorski will have its first international screening on April 6th at the iconic Sava Centar in Belgrade, Serbia. The film, which recently premiered to standing-room-only crowds in New York City, features the music of Serbian-born, Emmy-nominated Pianist/Composer Marina Arsenijevic. The Grand-nephew of Nikola Tesla, Willam Terbo, and director Joseph Sikorski will be special guests at the event co-sponsored by the Nikola Tesla Museum in Belgrade under the auspices of the President of the Republic of Serbia.

"TOWER TO THE PEOPLE” is the culmination of over 14 years of research into Nikola Tesla’s work conducted by filmmaker/co-author Joseph Sikorski and co/author Michael Calomino. The two-hour documentary details the struggle of the visionary scientist who dreamed of connecting the world while providing wireless energy to even the most remote places on the globe from his Wardenclyffe lab. Though Tesla was forced to abandon his dream there, almost a century later a new generation picked up the torch, hoping to rescue the historic property from decay, and preserve it forever. The tragic narrative of Tesla’ s humanitarian endeavor becomes inspirational through the stories of various groups of dedicated people, who by using technology Tesla himself helped develop, ultimately saved this historic symbol from extinction. From a local non-profit organization, to a popular web-comic known as 'the Oatmeal', to the generosity of people throughout the world, "TOWER TO THE PEOPLE-Tesla's Dream at Wardenclyffe Continues" documents how the world united to correct a great historical injustice, and help vindicate a nearly forgotten inventor’s long, hard struggle.

Featuring interviews with celebrity magician Penn Jillette, the Oatmeal's Matthew Inman, Tesla relative William Terbo, Peabody Award-Winner Jack Hitt and many other distinguished guests, “TOWER TO THE PEOPLE” shows the mysterious past, uplifting present, and exciting future of Nikola Tesla's last remaining lab on the planet.

“TOWER TO THE PEOPLE”, through support by the Nikola Tesla Museum in Belgrade and The Wardenclyffe Project, not only includes iconic Tesla imagery, beautifully restored and in a resolution never seen before, but also shows rare photographs seldom viewed beyond the elite collection of the Belgrade archives.

"The documentary is part history, part science, and part community," says Sikorski. "It's important for people to understand what Tesla intended at Wardencllyffe, why it failed, and why we must see that history never repeats." Sikorski adds, "Thanks to the world community, Tesla's dream may one day continue."

Viewers will also experience simple demonstrations of wireless energy and transmission concepts which help to illustrate the scientific principles Tesla intended to use in easy-to- understand language.

Perhaps most intriguing though is the first on-site investigation into the legendary Wardenclyffe tunnels allegedly built by the enigmatic inventor as part of his wireless power transmission method. The existence of these mysterious subterranean passages, dismissed by many as urban myth, are explored through the use of cutting edge ground- penetrating radar. The exciting results of this investigation are revealed for the first time in this inspirational documentary.

Please join us for this one-night-only premiere event at the prestigious Sava Centar.

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