How often have you dreamed of starring in a movie? How many posters of movie stars have hung on your walls?
You can become a part of the film industry straight away. Join Panika.
Join one of the largest and most modern film studios in Poland.
We have been causing some serious commotion in our line of business for a dozen or so years now. We make movies, shoot commercials, and lease our studio out to people who consider quality their top priority. We are not just getting started; we are reaching for the grand prizes.
We have the experience and a list of completed projects that stretches from here to the Death Star.
There is a lot we can be proud of - we have a filming room where Hitchcock himself would not be against being stabbed in a shower scene.
Panika Studio is a production company. To cut a long story short: we make movies, and we make them in their entirety, from beginning to end: we develop a concept, we write the scenario, and we handle all the camerawork, montage, audio, and colouring.
We build our own sets, deal with the make-up, and have our own stock of props and costumes. We have everything needed on a film set.
To put it briefly: we are self-sufficient.
We shoot both shorts and feature-length productions, and we make commercials according to the client's instructions or to our own design. We never run short of ideas.
We offer more than just Kasia Figura’s confidence in us - we have had our own studio since 2016. Our facility houses a filming stages and three floors of backstage. The latter are full of miracles, with montage rooms, make-up room, offices, a small screening room and a cafeteria.
There is no larger facility of this type in all of northern Poland.
In addition to making movies, we also lease our studio out to other film crews. We make our film equipment available to others - and we have a whole warehouse full to choose from.
Our huge filming stages have excellent acoustics (we have put in a lot of work to ensure that particular quality) and it is just begging for events. At Panika, we let no begging go ignored, and have started organising events and concerts in it. New car models (by BMW, Toyota, Jaguar, and Citroen) are first presented there and we also host company and musical events. We have already held concerts by such performers as Julia Pietrucha, Marek Dyjak, Ich Troje, Arkadiusz Jakubik and Igor Herbut.
We have a lot of potential, and we are not afraid to use it. We aspire to participate in the largest national and European productions. We would like to have offices in Warsaw and abroad, wherever there are clients who dream of meeting people like us, even if they have yet to realise it.
Currently, local advertising agencies know us well, and we would like to become known to people from all over the continent.
We need to come closer to them, which requires capital.
Companies which would like to have a video shot to advertise their products and services. We are able to work with companies in Poland and abroad.
Film-makers from all over Europe are among our clients.
As part of this aspect of our business activity, we work with event organisers and end clients - companies looking for an out-of-the-ordinary venue for their events.
Our clients here are audiences and concert-goers. Panika Studio makes all arrangements with the artist and handles the financial settlements. We also sell tickets.
Born with a camera in his hand. He has been in the movie industry for 20 years. If he sets his mind on something, there is no holding him back.
At first, he decided to shoot a movie called “Segment 76” with no budget. It was screened in cinemas all over Poland in 2003.
After that, he came up with the idea of a film studio like no other Polish studio. And then he had it built.
In a nutshell: AN EFFICIENT MAN.
In 2018, over PLN 9.5 billion was spent on advertising- and the market for it keeps expanding.
Starcom research indicates that TV and online advertising expenditure comprises 80% of the entire market.
It is predicted that by 2019, 80%of Internet content will be in the form of videos.
64% of customers are more willing to buy a product online after watching a video about it.
At the moment, 35% the money spent on online advertising is spent on video adverts.
Audiences are appreciating Polish movies more than they have in decades.
Top box office hits have broken the popularity records and brought massive incomes.
The total number of viewers rose from 13 million in 2017 to million in 2018.
5 112 062 viewers; it has brought its creators USD 28 274 637 (PLN 106 447 372) in Poland alone.
On the British market, the movie has made the equivalent of PLN 6 184 666 (USD 1 641 490).
2 037 089 viewers; the movie made the equivalent of PLN 46 428 849 (USD 12 315 405).
1 628 342 viewers. The movie has made PLN 32 509 131 (USD 8 623 154).
“USD 15 billion - this is how much Netflix plans to spend on original productions in 2019. The owners of the platform wish to make 90 new productions, including 55 features.”
“The movie market is becoming a more and more friendly environment for entrepreneurs and investors. Films are no longer just pleasant entertainment for society, they can also be used for business. Polish cinematography is a line of business which is now thriving.”
“Private funds investing in the film industry will bring about a revolution similar to the one which happened with regard to computer games. Today, Polish games are sold all over the world and go toe to toe with foreign productions.”
“The film industry in Poland needs to be set in motion; money will be invested in this part of the entertainment business, resulting in higher incomes. All European countries, including Eastern European ones, save for Belarus, have such funds. This is all about attracting co-producers to strengthen the domestic film industry. It is possible to get twice the money one invested. It is the goose that lays the golden eggs.”
Let us call a spade a spade: we are a stable business. We are not just getting started. We are not trying to enter the market. We have been in the market for a long time now. Now we want to achieve a higher level in our activities.
We need capital to make our film tentacles stronger and further-reaching.
We will hire people directly associated with the film industry, initially in Sweden and Germany. These countries are close to us in geographic terms, and we are highly competitive there in view of the considerable cost differences. We have already found clients in both of these countries.
It is in Warsaw that the largest advertising agencies reside in Poland. We would like to open a branch office there and to hire someone with contacts in the film industry to operate out of there.
We will hire a production team manager and employ more specialists:
Purchase further cutting-edge solutions for the studio:
So much is going on - everyone should know about it! Let everyone hear about us!
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We offer you an excellent product – studio which is already established and gets rave reviews.
Because we are not a start-up company, our future is not uncertain. JWe are a well-established company with long history behind us. We have been on the market for 12 years. Our building itself is 3 years old - and it has many years ahead of it. Its life is going to be an intensive one.
Because we have considerable experience in making films and we have all that is needed for it: equipment, people, skills, open minds and tons of eagerness.
The capital acquired through the sale of shares is to accelerate our development rather than to create a new business. Our advantages? We are all advantages!
Our studio is the largest and the most professional one in northern Poland.
Our location is just perfect: there are several ferries from here to Sweden every day, with Stockholm an hour away, or around 30 minutes to reach Gothenburg by plane. The prices we offer are 2-3 times lower than those possible in Scandinavia and Germany. We would like to attract film-makers from these countries. Even now, one of our main clients is in Germany and would never trade us for a German studio.
We also closely cooperate with Gdyńskie Centrum Filmowe – the organiser of the Polish Film Festival.
We get on really well with the leaders of the Polish film industry.