Donning swastikas and brown shirts, or long white robes and hoods, the attendees of a white supremacist rally are without a doubt a disquieting and memorable sight. Coated with heavy symbolism that pierces deep into the darkest shadows of America’s racial history, Klan members, neo-Nazis, and other right wing extremists are easily passed off by most as simply members of a ‘hate group.’ But in order to combat the existence of these organizations, we must first understand them. How do members of these groups acquire their beliefs? How does the white supremacist movement exist now, in a country where it is considered by many to be a relic of the past? And what are its goals for the future?
- Columbia Gorge International Film Festival 2010 (Washougal, WA)
- Delray Beach Film Festival 2010 (Delray Beach, United States)
- Durango Independent Film Festival 2010 (Durango, United States)
- Fargo Film Festival 2010 (Fargo, SD)
- Hoboken International Film Festival 2010 (Hoboken, USA)
- Honolulu Film Festival 2010 (Honolulu, HI)
- Silver Lei Award (Winner)
2010 Honolulu Film Festival (Honolulu, HI)
- Special Jury Commendation (Winner)
2010 Durango Independent Film Festival (Durango, United States)
"A thorough, haunting glimpse of the desperate underside of this nation... a bristling insight"
- S. James Snyder - New York Film Critics Circle
"It reminds me of how far we've come but how far we still have to go... it's disturbing and certainly makes you think."
- John Verhoff - The History Channel
“Revealing Hate gives a vivid picture of how white supremacists view their perceived enemies …it demonstrates the dangers of extremism from the recruitment of young people through the white power music scene to violent acts carried out by lone wolves like Timothy McVeigh.”