Learning hub Get creative Films Films Through the lens... Anne Frank's diary inspires young people to use their creativity to reflect on what they learn during our anti-prejudice workshops. Here are a few examples of the amazing films our Ambassadors have created! . Community Young people from the Roma Community in an original music video about their culture and identity I imagine that... Our incredible Ambassadors from Highfield Leadership Academy, Blackpool and Woodside High School, North London developed the lyrics and music for this video, with the help of composer Pete Letanka and poet Amina Jama. Their work was then performed by Benson Wilson, William Thomas and Nardus Williams from the Harewood Artist programme, filmed at the London Coliseum, home of English National Opera. We are also grateful to all who volunteered their voices for the choral segment in the video! #AnneFrankOneDay We are excited to share the full version of our film #AnneFrankOneDay. This is a creative project made with young people from schools across the country, sharing their experiences of prejudice and their hopes for One Day. We are launching this film as part of Holocaust Memorial Day 2022 as a way to highlight the impact of prejudice, and what we can do in order to build a world without hate or genocide. Made in collaboration with Blind Summit Theatre, Phil Okwedy and TMAX films. With music composed by Holly Khan. Racism in Sport Created by a group of Bradford AP Academy students Ellesmere Port Year 12 History A Level students worked with the Anne Frank Trust in order to create a powerful film, interviewing staff across the school about their experiences of prejudices throughout their lives, from a variety of perspectives. This film was created in order to challenge stereotypes, create discussion but also to reinforce the inclusivity of school community.