This scene is during the night of Hanukah in the Annex, in the main living room, the families gather together to celebrate the first night of Hanukah. While in the Annex, no one was able to get anyone gifts. This changed when Anne created gifts for everyone. While this is going on, Mr. Dussel is trying to figure out the meaning of Hanukah. This is because Dussel doesn't practice judaism at all, yet he was persecuted by the Germans. Anne can be seen with a "hat" and a satchel containing poems and other handmade gifts for the other occupants.
This scene takes place just after the Gestapo finds the secret Annex and the group of occupants. As shown here, the Franks and the Van Daans are all huddled together while the Gestapo yell of screen. After this, the families and Mr. Dussel are given a few minutes to gather their things and leave. After this, they all are sent to Concentration camps where all but Mr. Frank die.
This scene takes place during Anne and Peter's "date." During this date, Anne and Peter discuss what their life until this point was like and how they feel about each other. By the end of this scene, Peter and Anne have changed their points of view on each other and Peter kisses Anne, much to the dismay of Mrs. Van Daan.