The first production presented to those gathered at the “Nowy Świat” Banking and Financial Centre was the feature film “Warsaw Uprising”, depicting the authentic events of 1944. This film was assembled entirely out of manually and computer coloured newsreels from August of 1944, and was produced by the Warsaw Uprising Museum. The screening of this film began at 7 pm in the KC Cinema (located in the former Central Committee building) (entrance A, level -1).
For all guests, the organizers also prepared a unique outdoor screening of the famous film “Warsaw 44”, directed by Jan Komasa. Audiences follow the fate of the hero and his friends, who joined the “Radoslaw” group and came to fight from the Wola district, passing through the entire city as far as Czerniaków. The screening was held in a specially arranged summer season cinema in the courtyard of the “Nowy Świat” Banking and Financial Centre. The beginning of the show took place at 9 pm in the courtyard of the CBF Banking and Financial Centre.
Admission to the shows was free.