Yenny Nun-Katz

Yenny Nun-Katz became a Hollywood-based entertainment reporter in 1976, writing for El Mercurio, La Tercera, Eva, Buenhogar ,Cosas and Vanidades in Chile and Latin America. In 1984, she joined the HFPA. Nun-Katz has interviewed over 600 actors, directors and producers for COSAS Chile, Peru and Ecuador. Recently, she became staff member of Las Ultimas Noticias, Chile’s most popular newspaper. She has done exclusive interviews for TV with Alfred Hitchcock, designer Edith Head, Lorne Greene, Ricardo Montalban, Vicky Carr, Angie Dickinson, Sidney Poitier, Michael Douglas, Jack Lemmon, Anne Bancroft, Karen Black, Roman Polanski and many other Hollywood legends. In 2015, Nun-Katz was chosen as the best Entertainment Reporter of Chile and received the Golden Feather Award from the Chilean Association of Entertainment Journalists. Her company ANDY SA produced the films Changing Gears, Tierra de Sangre, Catalina and the TV show Cut’n Curls. Her formal education includes studies at Dunalstair British School in Santiago, Chile, the University of Chile, the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy, and Tufts University in Boston with a focus in Latin American and Middle Eastern Politics.

Trogen, Appenzell, Schweiz, 30. Maerz 2016 – Die goettliche Ordnung, Standbild Film Szene 66, 78 und 105.
  • Golden Globe Awards

The Divine Order (Switzerland)

Directed by Petra Biondina Volpe and starring Marie Leuenberger and Max Simonuschek, The Divine Order representing Switzerland for the Golden Globes describes the long journey of how this country was one of the last Democracies in the world, to approve the feminine vote in 1971. Switzerland had a very developed economy, but, as late as the 1970s, still relied on the “Divine Order” established in The Bible, considering women as second-class citizens.The story revolves around a group of women living in a small village among them Nora, a very unhappy housewife and mother, tired of her routine, whose husband forbids her to get a part-time job. She also sees how her niece Hannah is abused by her parents and ends up in prison, just because she smoked weed. Nora decides to research Swiss Law and joins with other women to fight for the right to vote and for women’s liberation. But, incredibly, there are many women that oppose the movement – and, of course, most of the men. Nora’s journey is not only political but also sexual, as she confesses that she has never had an orgasm. Through their resistance, symbolized by Nora, Swiss women, manage to win the Referendum and get the right to vote. Director Petra Volpe, who herself is a very strong and opinionated lady, does an excellent job of portraying this very important historical fight in her homeland.