Film Available: Wednesday, March 3 through Friday, March 5
Directed by Caroline Link
Germany/Switzerland, 2019, 119 minutes
German with English subtitles
Holocaust Museum Houston is proud to present this film screening as part of the ERJCC Houston Jewish Film Festival.
It’s not often you find a film that can discuss the Holocaust while also remaining child-friendly. Adapted from a novel written by Judith Kerr, this film follows nine year old Anna and her family as they flee Zurich to avoid the Nazis. Exploring themes like the loss of identity, as well material objects—Anna’s pink rabbit, for example—the film remains packed with powerful, but digestible moments that tug at your heartstrings and make this story a crowd favorite wherever it screens.
Sponsored by the Lillian Kaiser Lewis Foundation in honor of Dolores Wilkenfeld
Community Partner: Holocaust Museum Houston Guild
Virtual Ticket: $10
All films will be available to view from 7:00 AM on the first day of the viewing window through 11:59 PM on the last day of the viewing window.
All films during the Houston Jewish Film Festival are only available for ticket buyers with a billing address in Texas. Ticket buyers with billing addresses outside of our service area will be refunded based on restrictions from the film distributors’ screening rules.