We are pleased to be able to offer screenings of this new film at the special price of £4 per student and free for staff on the dates listed below. 

Created in celebration of what would have been Anne's 90th birthday, Oscar Winning Helen Mirren tells  the story of Anne's  life through the pages of her diary, a story, having sold over 30 million copies, has made the tragedy of the Holocaust known to readers, and students all over the world 

This telling is intertwined with the stories of 5 Holocaust survivors who did survive the Holocaust but shared Anne's same fate of deportation, suffering and were denied their childhood and adolescence, but were fortunately able to go on and live the life that Anne was denied. The film also follows a young girl, Martina, who guides the audience through some of the key places in Anne's short life, as well as those of the survivors. She wants to know about the story of the Jewish teenager who became a symbol of the greatest tragedy to befall the 20th Century.  

Weaved together with insight and discussion from a number of historians and professors combines to explore why this story has become such a historic journal that holds such great relevance today.   

"This is a story we must never forget, we are beginning to lose the generation of people who are living witness of what happened in Europe in those terrible days, and so it's all more important to keep the memory alive looking into the future."  
Helen Mirren

Anne Frank: Parallel Stories (12A)

Suitability: KS4/KS5 | Subjects: Geography, Sociology, Film Studies, Media Studies, PSHE, Citizenship

Price:  £4 per student . Free for accompanying staff (1:10 ratio)

Available dates: 

Wed 29th Jan, 10:30 am

The Little Theatre, Bath
Thu 30th Jan, 10:30am

Hackney Picturehouse:
Thu 30th Jan, 10:30am

Cinema City, Norwich:
Wed 29th Jan, 10:30 

Cameo, Edinburgh:
Tue 28th Jan, 10:30 

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