LOVE HATE and Everything in Between (a film on empathy) 

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Directors: Alex Gabbay
Category: Documentary / Human Interest / Science
Production: U.K. 2012
Language: English
Subtitles: No subtitles.
Length: 52 minutes.
''Love Hate and Everything in Between'' explores the role of empathy and its extraordinary relevance in today’s increasingly interconnected world.
Man’s ability to show extreme kindness and solidarity is foreshadowed only by his ability to be as cruel and destructive. Can empathy resolve issues of aggression and subjugation, where wars, politics and economic sanctions have failed?
New research in neuroscience, psychology, education and technology suggests it might. 
World’s leading scientists and social thinkers investigate the future of empathy. Featuring: Vittorio Gallese, Simon Baron Cohen, Frans De Waal, Mary Gordon, Theodore Zeldin, and Jeremy Rifkin.
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  • DIFF Delhi International Film Festival - India 2012 
  • LIDF London International Documentary Film Festival - U.K. 2012
  • Pariscience International Science Film Festival - France 2012
  • AFO International Science Film Festival, Olomouc - Czech Republic 2013
  • Imagine Science Film Festival, New York - U.S.A. 2012
  • Imagine Science Film Festival, Dublin - Ireland 2012


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