Monday July 12th at 6 PM
Our Monthly Movies continue on Monday July 12th with the film ‘When Hitler Stole Pink Rabbit’.
Tickets are $15 and include refreshments. Doors open at 5:30 PM; film begins *promptly* at 6 PM. (If the 6 PM screening sells out we will add a second screening around 8:30 PM.) Proceeds benefit the Fairhope Film Festival.
Our third screening will occur on August 9. Film to be announced.
From Academy Award® winning director Caroline Link (Nowhere in Africa) comes an adaptation of acclaimed British author Judith Kerr’s classic novel based on her childhood memories. The story of a Jewish family’s escape from 1933 Berlin to Europe tackles prejudice, exile, displacement and adaptation, as told from the perspective of the author’s alter ego, nine year-old Anna Kemper (Riva Krymalowski in her feature film debut).
Anna is too busy with schoolwork and friends to notice Hitler’s face glaring from posters plastered all over 1933 Berlin. But when her father (Oliver Masucci) – based on the prominent theater critic Alfred Kerr – suddenly vanishes, the family is secretly hurried out of Germany. Anna begins to understand life will never be the same as she and her family navigate unfamiliar lands and cope with the challenges of being refugees.
Directed by: Caroline Link
Length: 120 minutes
How to Attend:
Tickets are $15 and include popcorn & liquid refreshments. Use the ‘Buy Tickets’ button to purchase online. Cash or checks (made out to “Fairhope Film Festival” may be used in person during the event.
For reservations please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
FIRST SCREENING: Doors open at 5:30 PM and the movie begins at 6 PM. If screening sells out, a second screening will be added around 8:30 PM.
Ben Gall Theater in the Fairhope Film Festival Office, located on the corner of Fairhope Avenue and Summit Street, 122 Fairhope Avenue, Suite #1.
We look forward to seeing you!
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