Kicking off tomorrow, Hymn of Hate will be screening at Newport Beach Film Festival.
Internationally recognised as one of Southern California’s leading film events, we host eight days of 350+ film screenings and 55,000+ attendees!
Hymn of Hate takes its title from the Ernst Lissauer poem of the same name. A nationalistic and patriotic hymn, written during WW1 to stir up a tribal hatred of the English. ‘…We have all but a single hate, We love as one, we hate as one…’.
Set in No Man’s Land at The Somme during WW1, Hymn of Hate is a poignant and never more relevant film, made to coincide with the centenary of the end of the Great War.
Watch the trailer here.
Learn more about the festival here.