Warsaw 1935 - A City Brought Back to Life

Warsaw 1935

Warsaw, a city devastated by the Second World War, is brought back to life in a film which digitally reconstructs the city as it looked in 1935. Elegant townhouses, beautiful cars, trams and horse driven carriages are seen once again in this view of 1930s Warsaw.

The film lasts 20 minutes and was produced by the Newborn studio in Warsaw. The producers of the film were Ernest Rogalski and Tomasz Gomola. It took four years to create. On 15 March 2013 it was released in cinemas across Poland. The Polish Film Institute reports that there are also plans to screen Warsaw 1935 internationally.

The main sponsor of the film is Prudential Polska Assurance Company. One of the buildings featured in the film is the tallest building in the city at that time - the Prudential building.

Film Trailer

"Warszawa 1935" - zwiastun from Culture.pl on Vimeo.

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This page was added on 01 April 2013.