Where Is Anne Frank (2021)

Where Is Anne Frank
12+
  • Country:

    Belgium, Luxembourg, France, Netherlands, Israel

  • Duration:

    99 min

  • Program:

    Out of Competition, 7th MJFF

  • Type:

    Narrative, Feature

  • Genre:

    history

  • Director:

    Ari Folman

  • Producer:

    Jani Thiltges, Alexander Rodnyansky

  • Cast:

    Emily Carey, Ruby Stokes, Nell Barlow, Skye Bennett, Sebastian Croft

About film

Rewards and nominations

Director

Ari Folman

Ari Folman is an Israeli director and screenwriter, often working on animated movies. His first animated feature, Waltz with Bashir (Vals Im Bashir, 2008), brought him a Golden Globe, a César, and world fame. Back then, the premiere of that partly autobiographical, piercingly honest film took place at the Cannes Film Festival, to which the director returned in 2021 with another animated feature, Where is Anne Frank. In his works, Folman isn’t afraid to touch on unpleasant political themes, putting truthfulness and earnestness front and centre.

Along with

Opening of the 7th MJFF
  • Category:

    Special

  • Speaker:

    Vadim Perelman, Egor Odintsov, Alexander Boroda

Q&A. Director Ari Folman about Anne Frank
  • Category:

    Educational

  • Speaker:

    Ari Folman, Alexander Rodnyansky

Sessions

03 октября 20:00 Oktyabr Cinema

Along with

Opening of the 7th MJFF
  • Category:

    Special

  • Speaker:

    Vadim Perelman, Egor Odintsov, Alexander Boroda

Q&A. Director Ari Folman about Anne Frank
  • Category:

    Educational

  • Speaker:

    Ari Folman, Alexander Rodnyansky

Trailer

Director

Ari Folman

Ari Folman is an Israeli director and screenwriter, often working on animated movies. His first animated feature, Waltz with Bashir (Vals Im Bashir, 2008), brought him a Golden Globe, a César, and world fame. Back then, the premiere of that partly autobiographical, piercingly honest film took place at the Cannes Film Festival, to which the director returned in 2021 with another animated feature, Where is Anne Frank. In his works, Folman isn’t afraid to touch on unpleasant political themes, putting truthfulness and earnestness front and centre.