TOWER TO THE PEOPLE- Tesla's Dream at Wardenclyffe Continues
1 hour 54 mins • Documentary • October 2015
Director: Joseph Sikorski
Written by: Joseph Sikorski & Michael Calomino
Featuring: Penn Jillette, Matthew Inman (the Oatmeal) and Jack Hitt
1. Fri. Oct 23: 8pm (premiere)
2. Sat: Oct 24: 5:30pm & 8pm
3. Sun: Oct 25: 2pm (then we have a movie, "the wolfman" at 5pm) & 8pm
4. Mon: Oct 26: 5:30pm & 8pm
5. Tue: Oct 27: 5:30pm & 8pm
6. Wed: Oct 28: 5:30pm & 8pm
7. Thur: Oct 29: 5:30pm & 8pm
Prices are as follows:
Oct 23 Premiere: $15 all seats
Oct 23-29: $12 adults, $10 seniors, $9 students
Nearly a century ago, Nikola Tesla dreamed of sending FREE wireless energy to anywhere on the globe from a mysterious tower and lab called Wardenclyffe. Deteriorating for decades, the remains of his great work were almost lost forever.
Until a grateful world united to save it.
One click at a time.
TOWER TO THE PEOPLE tells the true-life story of how Nikola Tesla's struggles against the day's corporate titans were ultimately vindicated generations later- using technology the visionary himself helped develop. Discover the truth about the enigmatic inventor's plans for a free global energy tower...the tragedy of its destruction... and the salvation of its historic preservation through a celebrated crowdfunding campaign. Follow the dedicated people committed to sustaining Teslas legacy, and see how an internet comic known as the oatmeal rallied the world to save Tesla's last laboratory on the planet in this inspirational tale of history, science and community.
TOWER TO THE PEOPLE-Tesla's Dream at Wardenclyffe Continues features rare, newly restored photos from the archives of the Nikola Tesla Museum in Belgrade, as well as simple demonstrations of wireless energy concepts which help to illustrate scientific principles in easy-to-understand language. It also includes the first ever ground-penetrating radar investigation into the mysterious Wardenclyffe tunnels beneath the tower base, which have been a source of legends in the local community for over a century.
We invite you to experience the mystifying past, the inspirational present, and exciting future of Tesla's most ambitious experiment for humanity... at a lab called Wardenclyffe.