The filmmakers

THE FILMMAKERS

Ramsey United

It’s Okay to Panic is the fourth independent film by Jonathan L. Ramsey, an American documentary filmmaker from Chicago based in Warsaw.

His previous films include Smog Wars, which aired on TVN24 in Poland, and Living with Warsaw, which aired on TVN Style. Ramsey co-wrote, directed, and produced It’s Okay to Panic independently through his sole trader company Ramsey United, in cooperation with regular collaborators Rebus Films and Drone in Warsaw.

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Rebus Films

Zajmujemy się produkcją contentu video na potrzeby biznesu i kultury. Na codzień realizujemy dla naszych klientów filmy reklamowe, promocyjne oraz vlogi i animacje.

Zaczęliśmy naszą przygodę z produkcją filmową po to, żeby opowiadać historie. Przez ponad 10 lat zrealizowaliśmy przeszło 500 filmów, w tym reklamy, filmy promocyjne, ale też filmy dokumentalne, takie jak np: Smog WARS, czy Living with Warsaw, które kilkukrotnie były emitowane na antenie TVN. W filmie “Można Panikować”, całość nagrań (za wyjątkiem dronowych) oraz post produkcja jest naszego autorstwa.

Jesteśmy specjalistami w produkcji filmowej, śledzimy trendy, więc jesteśmy na czasie zarówno z produkcją jak i ze sposobem budowania przekazu. Znamy wymagania klientów z obszarów takich jak: nowe technologie, motoryzacja, design i architektura, przemysł maszynowy, logistyka magazynowa, media oraz teatr i kultura.

Nasze portfolio można znaleźć na stronie www.rebusfilms.pl. Zapraszamy do współpracy!

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Drone in Warsaw

Drone in Warsaw is a project developed by Prokreacja.com, a graphic studio, which has been providing graphic design, DTP and photography services for over a hundred Polish and foreign companies since the early 2000s.

„Known places, unknown perspective” – this is the motto behind the photographs signed Drone in Warsaw, showing the capital of Poland in a new, often surprising fashion. The very latest photos of Warsaw from a drone’s perspective have been published by Drone in Warsaw regularly for almost three years. A view of the city from up to 200 meters high allows the picture frame to capture places located sometimes several kilometers apart, allowing us a vantage point from which to better appreciate the impressive pace at which Warsaw is developing.

Most of the photos published by Drone in Warsaw can be purchased in digital form or ordered to print – e.g. in the form of a spectacular photocanvas – at www.droneinwarsaw.com. There you can also find the spécialité de la maison, i.e. a growing collection of sky-high interactive spherical panoramas, providing remarkable views and allowing almost complete immersion within the presented locations.

Drone in Warsaw’s clients include, among others: The City of Warsaw / Warsaw Chamber of Tourism, Circle K (formerly Statoil), Skanska, Polkomtel, Museum of Modern Art, HB Reavis, Mazovian Institute of Culture, Royal Castle in Warsaw, the Great Orchestra of Christmas Charity, and many others.

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