"Everything you can imagine is real."

Pablo Picasso

We are an independent film team. Our goal is to create a fantasy cinema. We are drawn to adventure, mystery and discovering unknown worlds. We turn our passions, many years of experience and skills into films that move emotions and imagination. We are working on our own unique visual language. We want to continue the tradition of small film workshops by Starewicz or Mellies, using the resources available today. We call ourselves the Cosmic Handicraft Workshop because we try to do everything „with our own hands”, not to use ready-made solutions, to have our own cosmic style and flow.

We are alchemists – we turn dreams into reality. We do not limit our imaginations. We try to give our creativity enough room to spread its wings. We believe that this approach allows us to tell extraordinary stories. Then the whole fun is to effectively transfer them to film using the available resources. We want the cosmos to be able to express itself freely using us as its communication tools.


NASZA Our Red Planet

A six-episode family Sci-Fi series "NASZA Our Red Planet" (P.) 2021, 6x15 min, color, Poland for recipients aged 7+ „NASZA Our Red Planet” is a six-episode adventure series for children aged 7 and over. It presents the history of the Polish space mission, led by children-scientists from the NASZA (Scientific Agency for Super Zealed Astronautics). With the help of intelligent plants also working at this institute, they created the „Earth Nut 01” spacecraft. The target of the expedition is the planet Mars - establishing contact with the creatures living there and establishing a non-invasive Polish colony. For this purpose, two adult astronauts were selected They were chosen because of their method of communication with other civilizations. They created a device: a sinusophone, which allows to draw sounds of the supposed martian language of sound-shapes. They will be accompanied by the ship's constructor, Professor Brokumił - intelligent Broccoli with a language limited to monosyllables.