Sat 18 Jun

Where is Anne Frank? + intro

Cert. PG

CinéFamilies, Special Screenings

Anima(c)tion, Refugee Week

99 mins

In English

BEL/LUX/FRA/DUT | 2021 | dir. Ari Folman, with Sebastian Croft, Ruby Stokes, Michael Maloney | age 12+

Preview screening courtesy of Altitude

Presented out of competition at the 2021 Cannes Festival, Where is Anne Frank? is Ari Folman’s latest feature, after the critically acclaimed Waltz with Bashir.

From June 1942 to August 1944, Anne Frank and her family lived in hiding in the annex of a flat that has now become a famous museum in Amsterdam. This is where Anne Frank wrote her diary addressed to her imaginary friend, Kitty. 75 years later, a miracle occurs in the Anne Frank House: the glass case that protects the famous diary shatters on a stormy night, and as a drop of ink runs down the precious pages, a pretty 14-year-old redhead comes to life. It’s Kitty. She will walk back in Anne’s footsteps to try and find Where is Anne Frank?

The screening will be accompanied by a presentation by Clare Lawlor (Public Engagement and Learning – Imperial War Museums)

18 June 2pm | Preview Screening

As part of Anima(c)tion

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Learn more about the Imperial War Museums Holocaust Learning Programme and visit The Holocaust Galleries


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