‘Warsaw Uprising’ is the first non-fiction war drama in the world, made exclusively from real footage. It tells the history of the Warsaw Uprising through the eyes of two young reporters, witnesses to the fighting. The movie uses the authentic newsreels from September 1944. With the aid of modern color correction and digital reconstruction of audiovisual media, and the assistance of great specialists and filmmakers, the creators of ‘Warsaw Uprising’ created a film exceptional on a global scale. Six hours of original Warsaw Uprising newsreels; 7 months of work; a team of military, fashion, and architecture specialists as well as urbanists, varsavianists and historians; 1000 hours of color consulting; 1200 scenes; 1440 hours of color correction and reconstruction; 112.000 chosen frames; 648.000 minutes of reconstruction; 22.971.520 megabytes of data – these are but a few numbers that help grasp the magnitude of the effort that was put into making this movie. The result is an 85 minutes long film, fully reconstructed, colored and emotional, that shows the Warsaw Uprising with an unprecedented dose of realism.