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When Hitler Stole Pink Rabbit

Tuesday, April 20, 2021 at 7:00 pm

Sponsored by Sol Levinson & Bros.

Drama/Family | Germany | 2019 | German and French with English subtitles | 119 minutes | Director: Caroline Link

Dedicated to Ellen Davis by the BJFF committee

VIRTUAL SCREENING WINDOW: Tuesday, April 20 at 7:00pm through Thursday, April 22 at 7:00pm

PLEASE NOTE: Online sales close 2 hours before viewing window opens

VIRTUAL LIVE DISCUSSION via Zoom: Thursday, April 22 at 7:00pm*
Guest Speaker: Dr. Uta Larkey, Holocaust scholar
*Please join us for a special discussion about the two films in this year's festival that explore the experiences of children during the Holocaust. Please note the date and time.

How to Watch:  Each film will have a screening window of 48 hours. When the screening window opens, virtual ticket holders will receive an email with a link to access the film, as well as details and instructions for joining the live zoom discussion. Ticket holders may need to enter a password, so please read the email carefully for specific instructions. If patrons stop and re-start watching, they must use the same device to continue. Frequently Asked Questions -> 

About the Film:  It's 1933 in Berlin. Anna is only nine years old when her life changes from the ground up. To escape the Nazis, her father, a well-known Jewish journalist, has to flee to Zurich. Anna, her twelve-year-old brother Max, and her mother Dorothea follow him shortly thereafter. Anna has to leave everything behind, including her beloved pink rabbit, and face a new life full of challenges and changes abroad. Based on the acclaimed novel by Judith Kerr. Recommended for viewers in grades 6 and up due to Holocaust themes/content.

Awards: Winner: Best Youth Film, Bavarian Film Awards | Outstanding Youth Film, German Film Awards | Audience Choice Award, UK Jewish Film Festival