This video–only recently posted on YouTube–is the only known video footage of Anne Frank. It is film of the wedding day of Anne’s neighbor, July 22, 1941.
You can read a bit more about it here.
Is there anybody born after the 1960s who didn’t read at least part of her diary or watch at least part of the 1959 movie during their own childhood? In my older and more academically historical days, her popularity (if that’s even the right word) seems to me rather capricious. But there’s something in me that is still moved by seeing the film, maybe a little awed. It’s the child thing, I think, both her youth and my own when I first connected with her.