Nana is now available for viewing online for free! Nana was released to the public on January 1st 2019!
This sentimental and surprisingly optimistic animated documentary identifies resilience and humanity in the face of atrocity as it deftly realizes the harrowing personal story of a Holocaust survivor.
Sentimental et d'un optimiste étonnant, ce documentaire animé raconte l'histoire personnelle déchirante d'une survivante de l'Holocauste, dépeignant la façon dont la résilience et l'humanité peuvent survivre même devant les pires atrocités.
"Nana" has been nominated at the 13th Annual Hamilton Film Festival for two awards! Awards to be announce November 11th! Wish us luck!
Leading up to the 28th Washington Jewish Film Festival, we asked our filmmakers a few questions about their featured films. In this edition, Director Ali Kellner discusses Nana.
We are very excited to announce that we've been selected to TIFF's Canada's Top Ten
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Nana will have it's European premiere during the 25th Raindance Film Festival this coming September.
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What does it mean for you to be at the 25th Raindance Film Festival with Nana? To be honest, it’s pretty surreal to be picked as one of nine short animated films at Raindance...
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