December 5, 2011
A lot has happened in the world of Utopians. In November, we had our Czech and French premieres. In France, Utopians was chosen for Entrevues Belfort, which was a well oiled machine of a festival - nothing extraneous - great films, nice community feel in a quiet inspiring French town. Our distributor in Germany has informed us that Utopians will be coming out in German cinemas on January 5th. This is a very exciting development for us.

March 28, 2011
Since returning from the Berlinale, where Utopians was well received and enjoyed 5 screenings, we have been working on securing plans to screen throughout Europe. In April, we will be showing at CPH PIX and in July we will be showing in competition at the Polish festival, Era New Horizons in Wroclaw. We are pleased to announce that Utopians has also been granted theatrical release with Arsenal - Institute for Film and Video Art in Germany, Switzerland and Austria slated to begin summer 2011. We are also currently planning and anticipating the North American and U.S. premiere of Utopians.

Jan.20, 2011
We are excited to announce that the film previously known as Made Up Language, now named Utopians has been officially selected into the 2011 Berlin International Film Festival. The film will have its world premiere this February in Berlin in the International Forum of New Cinema (Forum) as part of the 61st Berlinale.

Sept. 22, 2010
In the last couple of weeks, we have made a lot of headway in the editing studio. We are a couple of weeks away from a rough cut. Kevin and Z have been working at Homestead Editorial, cutting to Harvey's ever-evolving compositions. We are looking for someone to edit and mix the sound and do a color correct.

August 12, 2010
We are currently in the process of editing this feature-length film with Kevin Palmer at Homestead Editorial. We are about to start collaborating with Harvey Valdes, an experimental guitarist, who will improvise to rough cut versions of the scenes. Zbigniew and Harvey met working on the Wooster Group opera La Didone, which was critically well-received and had a run at the experimental New York venue St. Ann's Warehouse in 2008. This is the second collaboration between Kevin and Zbigniew. Their last project was Nagle Na Zawsze (Suddenly Forever) which won a handful of awards in Europe, including a Grand Prix at the Henri Langlois Festival in Poitiers, France in 2008. We expect to finish by the end of 2010 and start showing at festivals starting next year.