She was only 22 years old when she parachuted into Nazi-occupied Europe in an effort to save the Jews of Hungary. But when poet and diarist Hannah Senesh was executed by the Nazis a year later, the modern-day Joan of Arc had already left behind a body of work and a legacy of bravery that would inspire generations to come.
“I first read Hannah’s diary in junior high, and was captivated by her courage and touched by her vulnerability. For the past 20 years, as I’ve worked as a documentary filmmaker, my interest in Hannah has persisted.”
“Raising money for documentaries is never a picnic... But then, a story, a problem, an issue that infuriates you comes along and you know you just have to make a film about it — and somehow, you find a way to do it.” More>>