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Anne Frank's favorite photo of herself appears as an illuminated mural inside the Museum of Tolerance, Los Angeles
Anne Frank's favorite photo of herself appears as an illuminated mural inside the Museum of Tolerance, Los Angeles
Museum of Tolerance

Corrections, clarifications, and additions are in order for the December 31 LA Animation Examiner article entitled Anne Frank reanimated.

Yazdani Studio is the Los Angeles-based architectural design firm behind Anne, the current, spectacular Anne Frank exhibit at the Museum of Tolerance in Los Angeles. Cortina Productions of McLean, Virginia is the esteemed entity responsible for the interactive, multi-platform media composition of Anne.

The installation itself is the brainchild of the Simon Wiesenthal Center and Museum of Tolerance, in strategic partnership with the Anne Frank Fonds in Basel, Switzerland, and in cooperation with the Anne Frank House in Amsterdam, the Netherlands.

About the LA Animation Examiner and Anne, MOT Director Liebe Geft says, "I am pleased you were moved by the exhibit. We hope that lots of people will visit and be inspired."

The following Anne Frank quote accompanies her larger-than-life, illuminated image at MOT (see corresponding photo): “This is a photograph of me as I wished I looked all the time, then I might still have a chance of getting to Hollywood, but now I’m afraid I look quite different.”

Postquam-post-scriptum to Anne Frank: Anne, you are not only in Hollywood now, but you make it a much more inspirational, beautiful, and meaningful place.