The first Chinese animated film to portray the Holocaust
A Jewish Girl in Shanghai, based on the popular graphic novel by Wu Lin, is the first Chinese animated film to portray the Holocaust. Artfully created with traditionally animated imagery, this delightful and enlightening film offers us a glance of Shanghai's Little Vienna – the neighborhood where around 30,000 Jewish refugees found shelter during WWII. The difficult subject is brought to life through the illuminating interpretation of Shanghai's Animation Film Studio.
Best Animation at the Macau International Film Festival 2011
Best Animated Film prize and the Fifth China International Jilin Animation Festival
"With its unusual combination of beautifully drawn animation and a rarely heard perspective on the wartime experience, this charming, naive film will keep audiences of all ages utterly engrossed."
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