The uprisings in Europe are shown in the context of the main events of World War II as the result of the brutal treatment of civilians by Nazi Germany.
The Warsaw Uprising was the largest military operation by the civil resistance movement in Europe. In Paris, thanks to the help of the Allies, the uprising ended with victory after just a week of fighting. Before the end of the war, the insurgents in Prague cut off the German army retread into the American sector. The slaughter was prevented by the Russians who liberated the city. Unfortunately, the insurgents in Warsaw waited in vain for nine weeks for help from the Allies.
Graduate Cum Laude City University of New York – film Production. There he produced his first documentary film “Emigrant’s Suitcase”, a film about the solidarity era emigrants to the US. Across ten years span, 1987 – 1997 one of the foremost organizer cultural events in the United States and Canada. In 1998 he returned to filmmaking. Since then, he has produced over twenty documentary films. In addition, he writes screenplays, directing and producing films.
Sunday 11/12/23 3:00 pm.
Wednesday 11/15/23 7:00 pm.
(1112 N. Milwaukee Ave., Chicago)
2023, 52 min, USA, Poland
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