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Tower to the People: NYC Sneak Preview October 4th 2014


“TOWER TO THE PEOPLE-Tesla’s Dream at Wardenclyffe Continues”

O N E   N I G H T   O N L Y !

With a Special Performance by Emmy-Nominated Composer/Pianist MARINA ARSENIJEVIC

Please join us, along with cast members of our feature documentary about Nikola Tesla’s Wardenclyffe lab, for the first screening anywhere in the world of “TOWER TO THE PEOPLE-Tesla’s Dream at Wardenclyffe Continues!”

This sneak preview will take place at the historic New Yorker Hotel, where Nikola Tesla lived his last days. Afterwards, join us for a few surprises, while mingling with the cast, crew and special guests. For independent film & Tesla enthusiasts everywhere, this is an event not to be missed!

*Seating is limited, so advanced purchase is strongly recommended. 

For tickets, please CLICK HERE


“TOWER TO THE PEOPLE-Tesla’s Dream at Wardenclyffe Continues” 

Written by Joseph SIkorski & Michael Calomino

Nearly a century ago, Nikola Tesla dreamed of sending free wireless energy from a mysterious tower and lab on Long Island called Wardenclyffe. Deteriorating for decades, the remains of his great work were almost lost forever.

Until that is, a grateful world united to save it.

“TOWER TO THE PEOPLE- Tesla’s Dream at Wardenclyffe Continues” explores the genius inventor’s dream for Wardenclyffe, and shares the important story of how the last lab of Nikola Tesla was ultimately saved by various groups of dedicated people, using technology Tesla himself helped develop. 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” sheds light on the promising future of web-based philanthropic crowd-funding.

With an historic internet campaign to save his lab, a new feature film on the horizon, and growing international media attention, Nikola Tesla is transforming from cult-hero to mainstream icon. Perhaps one of the most interesting aspects of his life revolves around a small building in Shoreham, NY called Wardenclyffe. It is from here, Tesla had hoped to transmit free wireless energy to everyone on the globe. Destitute and without sponsors, Nikola Tesla was forced to abandon his dream. Almost a century later, a new generation picked up the torch, hoping to rescue the historic property from decay, and preserve it forever.

We invite you to experience the mysterious past, uplifting present, and exciting future of Nikola Tesla’s lab at Wardenclyffe. Featuring interviews with Penn Jillette, the Oatmeal’s Matt Inman, Peabody Award-Winner Jack Hitt and other distinguished guests. Music by Emmy-Nominated Composer Marina Arsenijevic. Directed by Joseph Sikorski.





You will experience some of the lesser known history of Wardenclyffe, as well as the results of new research conducted  during the course of our two and a half year production.  Also presented will be iconic Tesla imagery, beautifully restored and in a resolution never seen before. And thanks to support from the Nikola Tesla Museum in Belgrade and The Wardenclyffe Project, you will also be treated to  some very rare photographs. Perhaps even more amazing,  you will see Wardenclyffe tower as never before! Thanks to the contributions of the Belgrade Tesla Museum, expert architects and engineers help portray the most accurate rendering of the tower and cupola to date!


In addition, you’ll  experience simple demonstrations of wireless energy and transmission concepts which help to illustrate scientific principles in easy-to-understand language. You’ll hear from some of the most respected voices in the Tesla community, be inspired by Wardenclyffe volunteers, and  learn about three angel investors who, along with the generosity of the whole world, helped make the Oatmeal’s crowdfunding campaign a huge success. Additionally, you’ll gain insight into the mysterious Wardenclyffe tunnels that the enigmatic inventor built, and see the results of our recent Ground Penetrating Radar investigation!


“TOWER TO THE PEOPLE-Tesla’s Dream at Wardenclyffe Continues” 

Written by Joseph Sikorski & Michael Calomino




Featuring Music by Marina Arsenijevic 

Directed by Joseph Sikorski 

©2014, Fragments from Olympus, LLC



A Brick for Nik: Forever Becoming a Part of the Tesla Science Center at Wardenclyffe


Nikola Tesla’s last remaining laboratory was about to be scrapped and turned into a shopping center, thanks to all of his fans the world turned a wrong into a right and now, slowly but surely, Tesla’s laboratory will become the Tesla Science Center.  On August 15th 2012 theoatmeal.com did a comic piece on Nikola Tesla, “Why Nikola Tesla was the was the greatest geek who ever lived.”  There was a call for action to donate to the Tesla Science Center at Wardenclyffe. On May 2nd 2013 Tesla’s laboratory was saved.  The property was bought for $850.00 and well over a million dollars has been donated.  Today the property is in good hands but the building and the land around the building needs to be updated.  The most recent campaign was started in September 2014 to raise more money.  “A Brick for Nik” is your chance to become a part of history and help keep Tesla’s memory alive.  A great idea to permenantly be a part of history and have your family name presented to the millions of people who will tread on the walkway leading to the Tesla Science Center at Wardenclyffe in Shoreham, NY.

To buy a brick for yourself, family, or company and become a part of Tesla’s history:  CLICK HERE