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Anne Frank (Ellie Kendrick).
© Darlow Smithson
Productions for MASTERPIECE.

The Diary on Screen
To coincide with the exhibition The Diary: Three Centuries of Private Lives, the Morgan is screening two films adapted from the diaries of famous historical figures.

MASTERPIECE Classic's The Diary of Anne Frank
(2010, 100 minutes)
Director: Jon Jones
Join us for a screening of one of the most poignant and well-known diary stories. This recent MASTERPIECE Classic production draws on Anne Frank's own words in the most accurate-ever adaptation of the revered memoir. The film stars newcomer Ellie Kendrick as Anne, with Iain Glen and Tamsin Greig as Anne's father and mother, Otto and Edith Frank. Presented in partnership with MASTERPIECE on PBS.

Friday, February 11, 2011, 7 p.m.

Films are free. Tickets are available at the Admission Desk on the day of the screening. Advance reservations for Morgan Members only: 212.685.0008, ext. 560, or tickets@themorgan.org.

Please call (212) 685-0008 ext. 560 or e-mail for information.



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Background images: Photography by Todd Eberle unless otherwise noted. © 2006 Todd Eberle.