Filming began in October, 2014, with interviews and recreations shot on-location and on-set in Israel and Poland.
Jewish Historical Institute archivist Eleanor Bergman and Director Roberta Grossman examine original Archive documents.
Actor Wojciech Zielinski as Oyneg Shabes member Abraham Lewin.
Director Roberta Grossman with actors Karolina Gruszka (Judyta Ringelblum) and Piotr Głowacki (Emanuel Ringelblum) on set in Poland.Photo Credit: Anna Wloch
Director Roberta Grossman with actress portraying a soup kitchen worker.Photo Credit: Anna Wloch
Director Roberta Grossman and Director of Photography Dyanna Taylor.Photo Credit: Anna Wloch
Clapperboard for scene set in Ghetto soup kitchen.Photo Credit: Anna Wloch
Woman in bakery window on Ghetto street scene.Photo Credit: Anna Wloch
Preparing to bury the first cache of the Archive. Photo Credit: Anna Wloch
Match&Sparks' Anna Różalska, Director of Photography Dyanna Taylor, Producer/Director Roberta Grossman, Executive Producer Nancy Spielberg, and Line Producer Pavlina Zipkova.Photo Credit: Anna Wloch
Photo Credit: Anna Wloch
Actress Jowita Budnik portrays Rachel Auerbach.Photo Credit: Anna Wloch
Setting up for large street scene.Photo Credit: Anna Wloch
Abraham Lewin portrayed by actor Wojciech Zielinski, working in German shop. Photo Credit: Anna Wloch
Actor Andrew Bering portrays Israel Lichtenstein.Photo Credit: Anna Wloch
On-set interview with Dr. Samuel Kassow, author of Who Will Write Our History? Rediscovering a Hidden Archive From the Warsaw Ghetto.
A view of the set constructed for interviews for Who Will Write Our History.
Crew and cast on the set replica of the basement where the first cache of the Archive was buried in August, 1942. Filmed in Los Angeles in February, 2015.