Film Screening: Where is Anne Frank?
Presented by the St. Louis International Film Festival, and cosponsored by the Adam Cherrick Lecture Fund and the Department of Jewish, Islamic, & Middle Eastern Studies at Washington University in St. Louis, "Where is Anne Frank?" will be screened on November 12th with Director Ari Folman in attendance for both the film and a subsequent Q&A period.
The animated film follows the journey of Kitty, the imaginary friend to whom Anne Frank dedicated her diary. A fiery teenager, Kitty wakes up in the near future in Anne Frank's house in Amsterdam and embarks on a journey to find Anne, who she believes is still alive, in today's Europe. While the young girl is shocked by the modern world, she also comes across Anne's legacy.
Directed by two-time SLIFF veteran Ari Folman (“Waltzing with Bashir” and “The Congress”), this imaginative and moving animated film will touch audiences of all ages. The first movie to be supported by The Anne Frank Fonds Basel, granting the director rare and privileged access to Anne Frank's diary, various texts and family archives. Director Folman will be in attendance at this screening. Kitty is voiced by Emily Carey, who plays Queen Alicent in HBO’s “House of the Dragon.”
For more information on the film and St. Louis International Film Festival, click here.
To request a reserved seat at the sceening, click here (past event: this link will no longer accept reservation requests).
The Adam Cherrick Lecture Fund in Jewish Studies at Washington University was established in 1988 by Jordan and Lorraine Cherrick of St. Louis, Missouri in memory of their son. Its purpose is to advance Jewish Studies at Washington University. Since its inception, the Fund has benefited both the University community and St. Louis at large by bringing world-renowned scholars to speak on campus.