STREAMING - A SONG CALLED HATE - Presented by Tales of Europe

Available in our Virtual Screening Room from October 29th to December 31st
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Tales of Europe


STREAMING ONLINE in our Virtual Screening Room!

Available for streaming rentals starting Friday, October 29th at 10:00 AM – Ticketholders have until Friday, December 31st to start a viewing and 72 hours to finish once a viewing is begun.

Public $10 | Members $7

The feature documentary A Song Called Hate follows Hatari, a group of Icelandic performance artists, who decide to enter their local Eurovision competition. But the stunt quickly goes too far when they are selected to represent Iceland at the 2019 Song Contest. Now Hatari are destined to travel to Tel Aviv, Israel, to represent their tiny country on the world stage. Faced with the pressing political context of the Israel-Palestine conflict, Hatari resolve to do something; to try to make a difference. Can they use their art to contribute to this critical debate? Or will their message fail to pierce the shiny bubble created by Eurovision? (2020, Iceland, 89 min, In English & Icelandic with English subtitles | dir. Anna Hildur Hildibrandsdottir)

The feature is followed by a conversation between filmmaker Anna Hildur Hildibrandsdottir and subject from the film.

Tales of Europe includes films from countries throughout Europe. The program focuses on rising talents and young generation of filmmakers. From music, to social issues, period drama to political and comedy, Tales of Europe invites you to travel through Europe and its recent cinema!

Tickets are limit one (1) per order. On sale Friday, October 29th at 10 AM thru Friday, November 26th at 10:00 AM. To access the film after a valid purchase, please return to this page and sign in to your Cinema Arts online account and the “Click to Stream” link should appear. You may also follow the “Click to Stream” link from your email order confirmation. Once a viewing is begun, you will have 72 hours to complete it. English language captions are available by clicking the “CC” icon in the bottom right of the viewing window and selecting English.

We recommend using the most updated version of the Google Chrome browser on your computer or mobile device to stream content offered directly through the Cinema Arts Centre website. Streaming to a smart TV is recommended with an HDMI cable connection. Most smart TVs do not support wireless casting from the website.

Thank you for your support of the Cinema Arts Centre at this time. If you need assistance with any step of your ticket purchase, please reach out to and a customer service representative will be in touch.