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A scene from the film “Where Is Anne Frank?” Source: Screenshot/IMDB.

First Anne Frank animated film debuts at Cannes festival

The first animated film based on “The Diary of Anne Frank” debuted at the Cannes Film Festival to positive reviews from film critics, reported Deutsche Welle. “Where is Anne Frank?” which premiered last week, revolves around...
From the film “Babi Yar. Context.” Credit: Courtesy.

Documentary on Babi Yar massacre to premiere at Cannes Film Festival

Ukrainian director Sergei Loznitsa’s documentary film “Babi Yar. Context” has been selected to premiere at the Cannes Film Festival in July. The 120-minutes long film is based entirely on archival footage uncovered by Loznitsa, which...

‘Closeness,’ story of caucasus jewish family, wins Cannes’s International Critics’ Award

“Closeness,” by 26-year-old Russian director Kantemir Balagov, set in his home city of Nalchik in 1998, has won the Cannes Festival’s International Critics’ Award on Saturday. The plot is based on a story Balagov says...

Cannes and Cannes-not: Jews abound, but no Israeli films at the festival

Time to pack up, head home and not think about how many flaky, butter-drenched croissants I stuffed in my maw during my 12-day stay in the south of France. This was my fourth visit to...