“Chichinette” wins special mention award at the haifa film festival

The graduation film CHICHINETTE – HOW I ACCIDENTALLY BECAME A SPY by DFFB graduate Nicola Alice Hens celebrated its world premiere last week at the 35th HAIFA International Film Festival and won the Special Mention Award.

99-year-old Martha Cohn accepted the award personally. Congratulations to the whole team!

©Ziv Amar

About the film:

The documentary tells the story of the French spy of Jewish origin Marthe Cohn, better known as Chichinette, who after 60 years, finally breaks her silence and tells her extraordinary story. It is the story of a woman who, at just 4 feet 5 inches in height, beats the odds and fights the Nazis as a spy. At the age of 99, she now tours the world sharing her message to all generations.

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