Healing From Hate examines the root causes of hate group activity through the bold work of Life After Hate – an organization founded by former Skinheads and neo-Nazis now engaged in de-radicalizing violent extremists, and transforming attitudes of intolerance on the front lines.
HFH documents a stunning year of hatred in America, the circumstances behind the battle for the soul of our nation, and what’s needed to return meaning, identity and tolerance to a generation of disenfranchised white men.
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PETER HUTCHISON, DIRECTOR/PRODUCER
PETER HUTCHISON Is a NYC-based filmmaker, educator and activist with nearly two decades of experience in film & television production. He most recently produced & directed Requiem for the American Dream: Noam Chomsky and the Principles of Concentration of Wealth and Power, which premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival and was named by ‘TimeOut NY’ & ‘IndieWire’ to their “Top 20/Must-See” festival lists. A NY Times Critics Pick, it has since screened theatrically in over 50 U.S. cities, and became a #1 top-selling doc on iTunes. It is currently on Netflix. The book version of the film, recently published by Seven Stories Press, debuted at #6 on the NY Times Bestseller list.
His numerous documentaries include What Would Jesus Buy? (Sundance Channel) with producing partner Morgan Spurlock; the award-winning SPLIT: A Divided America (IFC Choice Indie) and follow-up SPLIT: A Deeper Divide (Documentary Channel); and Awake Zion, the closing night event at the Jerusalem International FF (Film Buff). He holds an M.S. in Counseling Psychology.
DAVID KUHN, WRITER/PRODUCER
DAVID KUHND has extensivE experience in documentary film production, television, journalism, photography and law. He most recently produced The King (Cannes official Selection, Sundance) on the state of the American dream (with Eugene Jarecki, in production), Afrika Bambaataa: The Rise and Fall of the Zulu Nation (in production) and Raoul’s: Gentrification & Family in Soho (in production). He recently produced a documentary short in Cuba The Cyclist (Una Cyclista) for “The New Yorker Presents… “ series on Amazon (2015).
He has served as legal counsel and/or consulting producer for documentaries such as: The Age of Consequences (2016), Denial (2016), (T)error (2015), Requiem for the American Dream (2015), The House I Live In (2012), Beyond the Boardroom (2006), and Capturing the Friedmans (2003). David lives and works in New York City.