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A SONG CALLED HATE selected for Warsaw Film Festival

A Song Called Hate by Anna Hildur will have its world premiere in the Free Spirit Competition at Warsaw Film Festival, which takes place from October 9 - 18. The Free Spirit Competition is for independent, innovative, rebellious feature length (over 60 min) fiction and documentary films from all over the world.

A Song Called Hate follows Hatari, an anticapitalist, BDSM techno band, who were chosen to represent Iceland at the 2019 Eurovision Song Contest in Tel Aviv, Israel. They turn heads and open minds with their in-your-face performance. But with 200 million people watching worldwide, Hatari found themselves unable to ignore the pressing politics of the Israel-Palestine conflict – so they resolved to make a difference. But will their message be able to pierce the shiny bubble of Eurovision?

The documentary, which is directed and produced by Anna Hildur for Tattarrattat, will also be screened at RIFF - Reykjavík International Film Festival on September 25, followed by a Q&A session.   

International sales for A Song Called Hate are being handled by LevelK (tine.klint@levelk.dk).