My creative thesis focuses is a feature length screenplay based on the true events of the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising. Starting in 1940, some 460,000 Polish Jews were kept in a confined city space in the city of Warsaw called the Warsaw Ghetto. Over the next three years, they would face constant adversity from the occupying Nazis. Inhumane conditions, strict laws, and regular deportations became the norm. In 1942, a young man by the name of Mordechai Anielewicz and his friends formed a Jewish resistance group inside the ghetto to combat the Nazis. Over the next year, they would grow in size, work with other resistance groups in Poland resisting the Nazis, and attempt to cause as much disruption as possible. In the Spring of 1943, the Nazis were attempting their most ambitious round of deportations to concentration camps yet. Against unspeakable odds, Anielwicz and his group of fighters fortified bunkers around the ghetto and fought the Nazis for almost a month. The largest armed Jewish resistance during the war, the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising is one of the most significant moments in Jewish history. Against unspeakable odds, these young men and women understood that this was a fight they would not win, but knew that their bravery and defiance would go down in history. To honor their story, I have written a historical recount of the event covering the entire uprising. All of the major figures in the story itself are real people. Researching through diaries and historical recounts, I have created a story that I feel honors the legacy of the event while bringing important attention to the Holocaust as a whole. The screenplay is close to 100 pages and reads like a feature film. My presentation would be a run through of the story, roadblocks during my research project, and my experience balancing writing and research through a display poster.