The french sales agent Reel Suspects joins onboard the production Panacea/I am REN
I am proud to announce that the well-known french Film Sales Agent outfit Reel Suspects has taken on our feature film project REN (Panacea). Reel Suspects will be responsible for the world sales and will already start with private screenings of a rough-cut of REN at Festival de Cannes 2019.
Reel Suspects is responsible for sales of recent polish films like The Mute (Krew Boga – Bartosz Konopka), Demon (Marcin Wrona), The Man with the magic box (Bodo Kox)
Jestem dumny poinformować, że znany francuski agent sprzedaży REEL SUSPECTS będzie odpowiedzialny za światową sprzedaż/dystrubucję filmu REN (Panacea). Reel Suspects zaczyna wkrótce prywatne pokazy REN w trakcie Festiwalu Filmowego w Cannes 2019.
Reel Suspects jest odpowiedzialny za sprzedaż takich aktualnych polskich filmów jak: Krew Boga (Bartosz Konopka), Demon (Marcin Wrona), Człowiek z magicznym pudełkiem (Bodo Kox).
More info/Więcej info: http://www.reelsuspects.com/
We are proud to present the book trailer for the novel PANACEA. The book has been released by the publisher The Book Folks on Kindle and in paperback.
Panacea (the novel) has just been released by the UK Publisher The Book Folks on Amazon. Many thanks to the Publisher and the other people involved.
“Rene v3.2” – a short story about a female robot companion. A woman made only to fulfill other’s needs. Seen through Rene’s eyes, the story takes the worn cliche of the dangerous Artificial Intelligence, and turns it on its head. It asks if A.I.’s will be able to replace true human relationships? Especially the ones of the intimate kind. How might we treat them? How will the Robot Companion react emotionally? What rights will she have if abused? And what is the nature of consciousness? The very thing that defines a human.
Last time, I concluded at how important it is to arrive at a deeper emotional connection between us, the writers, and the characters in our stories. The true stuff of life, our hard earned emotional experience which has burnt its way into our subconscious, and made us into who we are. This time around I would like to go deeper into my own experience of enquiry about the main character of my novel. A protoganist which was as far away from my own personality as I could possibly imagine. Or so I thought initially. But more importantly I would like to break down my process of enquiry into some more manageable steps and conclusions. So others might hopefully take away something of value from this.