How to Destroy Time Machines is a film for your ears. It focuses on Jeph Jerman, an Arizona-based experimental musician, his passion for sounds, and his unique perception of the world. Jeph doesn’t want to get into time machines, where most people are stuck worrying about the future or dwelling on the past. When we are limited by such restrictions, we rarely enjoy the current moment. This is a story about being here and now. It’s not only a movie about an extraordinary composer but also a parable for life.
Jacek Piotr Bławut is a film director and screenwriter. He is a graduate of the Wajda School and the Academy of Fine Arts in Wrocław. In 2010, at the Cannes Film Festival, his Day of Chocolate won the Krzysztof Kieślowski ScripTeast Award for the best Eastern and Central European script. He has worked as a director of photography on many documentary films. In 2011 he debuted with a short feature film entitled The Lake, and in 2012 he made his first documentary film The Loneliness of Sound which won the Silver Hobby-Horse (Award for the Director of the Best Documentary Film) at the 52nd Kraków Film Festival.
Selected: Day of Chocolate (2010), The Lake (2011), Loneliness of Sound (2012), How to Destroy Time Machines (2017)