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FILM GUIDE ARCHIVE FEATURE DOCUMENTARY

LOVE HATE LOVE

TFF 2011 Directed by Don Hardy and Dana Nachman
FILM GUIDE ARCHIVE LOVE HATE LOVE [TFF 2011]

Thousands of lives were shattered by three separate acts of terrorism: the attacks on the World Trade Center, the London bus bombing and the Sari Club bombing in Bali. This inspirational documentary tracks the difficult journeys of three families torn apart by these events as they struggle to pick up the pieces, create lasting legacies for loved ones lost, and ensure love triumphs over hatred.

After the Movie: Join us for a conversation with executive producer Sean Penn and directors Dana Nachman and Don Hardy along with family members featured in the film: Liz Alderman, Steve Alderman, Esther Hyman, and Ben Tullipan as they discuss the importance of making movies that lead to social action. Moderated by journalist, critic, and author Marshall Fine.

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Thousands of lives were shattered by three separate acts of terrorism: the attacks on the World Trade Center, the London bus bombing and the Sari Club bombing in Bali. This inspirational documentary tracks the difficult journeys of three families torn apart by these events as they struggle to pick up the pieces, create lasting legacies for loved ones lost, and ensure love triumphs over hatred.

After the Movie: Join us for a conversation with executive producer Sean Penn and directors Dana Nachman and Don Hardy along with family members featured in the film: Liz Alderman, Steve Alderman, Esther Hyman, and Ben Tullipan as they discuss the importance of making movies that lead to social action. Moderated by journalist, critic, and author Marshall Fine.

Film Information
Year: 2011
Length: 83 minutes
Language: English
Country: USA
Premiere: World
Cast & Credits
Primary Cast: Liz Alderman, Steve Alderman, Esther Hyman, Ben Tullipan
Director: Dana Nachman, Don Hardy
Screenwriter: Dana Nachman
Producer: Dana Nachman, Don Hardy
Executive Producer: Sean Penn
Composer: Joe Rosato Jr.
Editor: Don Hardy
Cinematographer: Don Hardy, Brad Williams
Contacts

Director
Don Hardy
KTF Films
San Jose, CA 95119
Phone: 408 368 2784
don@ktffilms.com

Director
Don Hardy
KTF Films
San Jose, CA 95119
Phone: 408 368 2784
don@ktffilms.com

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