Safe Haven: The Warsaw Zoo
In the opening days of World War II, the Nazis occupy Warsaw. In a display of extraordinary courage and commitment, zookeeper Jan Zabinski decides to hide the cityÂ’s most endangered residents in his home. Before warÂ’s end, the Warsaw Zoo will become a safe haven for 300 Jewish men, women, and children. From award-winning director Gary Lester, comes this compelling Holocaust story of ordinary people doing extraordinary things. Produced by Feliks Pastusiak and Alex Ringer. Director of Photography: Piotr Bujnowicz. Narrated by Anthony Reece.