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24th Ji.hlava International Documentary Film Festival

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Intolerance: The Chill
Intolerance: The Chill
Intolerance: The Chill

Intolerance: The Chill

director: Apolena Rychlíková
original title: Intolerance: Chlad
country: Czech Republic
year: 2015
running time: 26 min.

synopsis

Where do xenophobic attitudes in society come from, and why have they been on the rise in the Czech society? Documentary filmmaker Apolena Rychlíková tries to find an answer in Brno, where the country’s neo-Nazis have come together on 1 May 2015 for a Europe-wide neo-Nazi and fascist event they are calling “For a Pure Europe.”

more about film

director: Apolena Rychlíková
producer: Lenka Poláková
script: Apolena Rychlíková
photography: Marek Brožek, Ondřej Mazula
editing: Matěj Beran, Jiří Blažek
music: Petr Skoumal, John Zorn
sound: Jan Pavel, Petr Pokorný, Milan Sýkora

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