Screening of Ari Folman’s film “Where is Anne Frank”

© Anne Frank Fonds
  • Date: 17 February 2023
  • Where: Hamburg (Germany)

On 17 February 2023, the UNESCO Institute for Lifelong Learning, in cooperation with the Abaton Cinema, will host a screening of Ari Folman’s film “Where is Anne Frank” in Hamburg, Germany.

“Where is Anne Frank” is based largely on the diary of Anne Frank. The film recounts the story of the Jewish families hidden in a secret annex in Amsterdam during the Nazi occupation of the Netherlands and describes the situation in present-day Europe from the point of view of Kitty, Anne’s imaginary friend.

Inscribed into UNESCO’s Memory of the World Register, Anne Frank’s diary remains one of the world’s most widely read books and a key reference for audiences around the world seeking to understand the Holocaust.

The film is accompanied by educational materials developed by the Anne Frank Fonds in partnership with UNESCO, that teach learners about the history of the Holocaust, antisemitism, asylum and human rights.

Date and time

17 February 2023, 17:30h


Abaton Cinema
Allende-Platz 3
20146 Hamburg

Educational materials

Download (English, German)


UNESCO works with countries and partners to develop programmes that foster understanding of the causes and consequences of the Holocaust and of how genocides happen, and to encourage a constructive engagement in today’s societies. It provides guidance and tools to support textbook and curriculum revision, develop and revise policies, promote appropriate and relevant pedagogies, and enhance cooperation between formal and non-formal sectors of education, including with museums and memorials. UNESCO supports education policy-makers of all regions through the International Program on Holocaust and Genocide Education. 

  • Language of event: German

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