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UK launch of Love Hate Love community screenings
Love Hate Love screening listings
Love Hate Love weaves Miriam's story with those of Peter C Alderman and Ben Tullipan; three positive responses to terror attacks, showing how love can overcome hatred. Everyone who has seen it says how good it is. Everyone else has been asking when they will get a chance to see it - Click HERE to host your own community screening!
See a trailer for Love Hate Love on the KTF Films website!
The Jewish Museum, Camden
Sunday 08 July
2pm followed by Q&A with Esther Hyman
Ticket sales to Jewish Museum
The Everyman Cinema, Belsize Park
Monday 09 July
6.30pm, Q&A with Mavis Hyman
50% ticket sales to MHMT
The O2 Academy, Oxford
Monday 09 July
Bar opens 7pm for 8pm start, Q&A with Esther
Entry by donation on the door
All profits to MHMT
The Woburn House Conference Centre, Tavistock Square
Wednesday 11 July
6.30pm, followed by Q&A with Esther
Suggested minimum donation of £3.00 on the door to cover costs
All profits to MHMT
We are very grateful to the Jewish Museum, The Everyman Cinema, the O2 Academy, Oxford and the Woburn House Conference Centre for hosting these four UK launch community screenings. Special thanks also go to Judith Vandervelde and Alex Marshall.
More Love Hate Love UK community screeningsRichmond Upon Thames College
Wednesday 14 November 2012
Not open to the public, this screening was for students as part of "Spirituality Week" at RUTC.
Thank you to Pauline Thomas for organising this screening.
New North London Synagogue
Wednesday 28 November 2012
£10 non-members, £8 members, £5 concessions
Thank you to Rabbi Jonathan Wittenberg and Rivka Gottlieb for timing this screening to coincide with what would have been Mim's 40th birthday on 30 November.
Facebook comments from Love Hate Love audiences"Love Hate Love is an amazing film; both heartbreaking and uplifting. I feel lucky to have seen it! I'm full of admiration for the 'stars' of the film who have been able to turn pain and trauma inside out and give give give. It also made me think how lucky most of us are, how petty most of our everyday worries, and that all that matters is looking after each other. Thanks :-)" - L Richards
"Very very moving and positively uplifting. Sometimes 90 mins can be too long for a documentary but not in this case. Interspersing the stories works well." - S Beirne
"A very, very moving film. There are so many dimensions to the stories. What struck me was the different paths in the finding of an appropriate tribute. In the case of Miriam it was a way of helping her spirit to live on. For Peter's parents it was finding and supporting an answer to the cycle of violence and a path to release and for Ben it was simply to carry on surviving and sharing courage. I would like to thank the Hyman family and MHMT for putting on these screenings." - J Evans
"What a fantastic, moving film. It touches every emotion from smiling to tears. Its amazing the strength these families found after THE WORST pain and heartache they have ever had to encounter. It is truly inspirational. Their hard work is paying off daily as others less fortunate around the World, get to live a better Life, one way or another." - F Ward
Read Esther's report on the Love Hate Love world premiere at the Tribeca Film Festival
Media coverageFilm to Celebrate 7/7 Bomb Victim Oxford Times 07 July 2012
Family who lost daughter in 7/7 bombings star in Sean Penn terrorism documentary Ham & High 13 July 2012
We also had coverage on ITV's This Morning, ITN London Tonight and BBC Radio Oxford