THE WAVEMAKER – Upcoming Film Featuring Irving Dardik (Needs Your Vote)

There’s an upcoming film called THE WAVEMAKER which features Dr. Irving Dardik and his Superwave Principle and includes appearances by Martin Fleischmann, Robert Duncan, and Michael McKubre.

The filmmakers are seeking votes to get Indiewires “Project of the Month” which will win them a consultation with the Tribeca Film Institute.

They are only up against 3 other films and voting ends this Friday.
If you can throw down a vote for this film, cool…


The filmmakers are also seeking finishing funds and have 3 days left on their Indiegogo campaign.


Theory Purports Alternative to Mainstream Science and Medicine Applied to Health, Cold Fusion and Clean Energy

The official press release reads:

New Film The Wave Maker Chronicling Medical Maverick Dr. Irving Dardik’s SuperWave Principle, entering final weeks of Indiegogo Funding Campaign

Theory Purports Alternative to Mainstream Science and Medicine Applied to Health, Cold Fusion and Clean Energy

Indiegogo Extends The Wave Maker’s Funding Campaign to Sept. 28

New York, New York, September 19, 2012 – An Indiegogo funding campaign is entering its final weeks to start post-production of filmmaker Kiira Benzing’s THE WAVE MAKER, a feature documentary about medical maverick and former Olympics physician Dr. Irving Dardik’s quest to assert a paradigm shift in our understanding of the universe and of our own bodies – by making waves. Dardik’s radical SuperWave Principle, wherein the world is made up of “waves waving within waves,” is an alternative to mainstream science and medicine currently being applied to health, cold fusion and clean energy. THE WAVE MAKER follows Dardik as he battles to convince people that his SuperWave Principle is the Theory of Everything.

“There is a lot of science and theory behind Dardik and his SuperWave Principle, but at the end of the day this film is a human story about a man who believes so deeply in his theory and has sacrificed so much for it,” said Benzing. “I genuinely appreciate Dardik’s vision of the universe, and as much as I recognize he hasn’t convinced the scientific establishment to adopt his theory, I firmly believe that his ideas are reason enough to produce this film. I really hope it will open up minds and hearts to a greater discussion about new forms of clean energy and the scientific establishment.”

Benzing and her film team have intensively captured the radical world of Dardik, from his insights on the workings of nature, to his observations of the human body under stress; to mainstream media coverage of his ideas. Benzing interviewed the naysayers, captured the stories of those living with cancer and Parkinson’s that Dardik has inspired, and documented his medical work based in cyclical exercise and circadian rhythms. Benzing also engaged with his paradigm-shifting ideas about matter and the make up of the universe, interviewing a range of prominent physicists who candidly share their views, and captured how Dardik has successfully applied his principles concerning energy expenditure and recovery time (drawn from observing top athletes) to helping diseased bodies self-heal, as well as to cold fusion, to metallurgy and to particle physics.

Funds pledged by contributors to THE WAVE MAKER’s Indiegogo campaign will go toward shooting the final scenes, equipment, hiring editors, converting footage, recording the score and animation. This campaign will receive all of the funds contributed by Friday, Sept. 28 at 11:59PM PT.

Contributors receive perks that range from “Waves of Gratitude” at the $12 level receiving a postcard image from film with a handwritten note from Benzing, to “The Tsunami” at the $7,000 level receiving lunch with Dardik, a visit to the set during final shoot, two tickets to the premiere in New York, a “Special Thanks” credit in film, a hot air balloon ride, a DVD of the final film, an original song by composer Daniel Halle, a silver necklace and a postcard. Also offered are credits for the Associate Producer level at $30,000, the Producer level at $50,000 and Executive Producer level at $100,000. Your name will appear in the credits of the film. These donations are tax-deductible through the film’s 501(c)3 partner, NYFA.

Featured subjects in THE WAVE MAKER include: Martin Fleischmann (Co-Creator of Cold Fusion), Milt Campbell (First African American US Olympic Decathlete Gold and Silver Medalist), Alison Godfrey (CEO LifeWaves International), Dr. Rob Duncan (Vice Chancellor of Research at the University of Missouri), and Dr. Mike McKubre (Electrochemist at SRI).

THE WAVE MAKER is a production of Double Eye Productions. Attached to the production are producer Kim Jackson (“Blue Caprice,” “Children of God,” and “TUB”), cinematographer Alfredo Alcantara (“The View from Bellas Luces,” “An American Promise”) and composer Daniel Halle (ASCAP).

To make a pledge to THE WAVE MAKER on Indiegogo, visit:

For more information on THE WAVE MAKER visit: (Official Movie Site) (Facebook) (Twitter) (Tumblr)


As an international creator, Kiira Benzing has trained and organized projects at the Sorbonne in Paris, the National Theater Institute, and MXAT. Benzing holds a Post-Graduate degree in Classical Acting from LAMDA. In 2007 Verizon named her a “Local Hero.” In 2009 she founded Double Eye Productions. In tangent with “The Wave Maker” she created a web series “Finding The Wave” which she directed, wrote, and co-starred. She directed a short film “The Astra Approach” and is in post-production on “Matterspacetime” an experimental short. She has served as a Regional Emmy Awards Judge for the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences.


For interview requests with filmmaker Kiira Benzing, please contact Brian Geldin (BGPR) at: 917-549-2953 or

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5 Replies to “THE WAVEMAKER – Upcoming Film Featuring Irving Dardik (Needs Your Vote)”

  1. The work of Irving Dardik reminds me of the work of Austrian Viktor Schauberger. He developed theories regarding fluid vortices reportedly after observing the movements of streams in the mountains of his homeland. Some believe he created the first antigravity motors in the 1930s based on his theories. Because he was outside of the scientific mainstream, his work did not garner much attention and his work is considered “fringe” science. It also does not help his cause that he was pressed into service with the Nazi’s after the German invasion of Austria and he was subsequently branded a Nazi sympathizer.

    According to Frank Znidarsic, whose work was highlighted on the pages of Cold Fusion Now previously, cold fusion and anti-gravity technologies are related. That makes possible parallels between the work of Viktor Schauberger’s fluid vortices principles and Irving Dardik’s SuperWave principles very intriguing.

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  3. I thought originally that the film “The Wave Maker” was about the Q-wave that is produced utilizing a frequency modulator to spur increased LENR. Instead, it is about a physics theory of matter being waves: “All existence is waves — only waves” — Irving Dardik. Am I correct?

    In other words, on the COLDFUSIONNOW! website, you’ve published a shout out for a film about a physics theory not directly related to LENR. Again, am I correct?

    1. Dr. Dardik’s SuperWave theory underlies the cell of Energetics Technologies being studied by Dr. Robert Duncan at Missouri University. It was this cell that Dr. Duncan went to investigate in Israel at the behest of 60 minutes. Irving Dardik is also featured in the upcoming cold fusion film The Believers. Dr. Martin Fleishmann stayed at his home for a time while undergoing treatment for Parkinson’s disease using methods based on SuperWave theory.

      1. Yes, it was Dardik’s Superwave Principle that gave Energetics Technologies the high 25x energy return on their cells that so impressed Michael McKubre, that he began to work with them.

        Energetics Technologies is no longer at the University of Missouri though. They are back in Israel.

        The superwave principle applied to the electromagnetic frequency of the driving force is similar to the Q-wave, Robert Godes’ Quantum Pulse, but they are operating a different frequencies and patterns. Godes uses the Q-pulse to drive the reaction and turn it on and off.

        The Superwave Principle was developed through Dardik’s medical experience, so the film has much more than cold fusion in it. But cold fusion is in it, along with giants of the field.

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