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SXSW Interview: Antifa leader Daryle Lamont Jenkins talks about Alt-Right: Age of Rage

To further explore Alt-Right: Age of Rage, a new documentary by Adam Bhala Lough receiving its world premiere at this year’s SXSW, we chat to Daryle Lamont Jenkins. Jenkins, one of the most prominent and recoginsable figures of the antifa (or “anti-fascist”) movement in America has a lot to say about the increasingly salient clash between the “far” left and the “far” right, touching on his views of Richard Spencer, the now well-known white supremacist who also serves as a subject in Alt-Right, obligation, and more.... Continue Reading

SXSW Film Review: Alt-Right: Age of Rage (USA, 2018) is a brutal documentary about a divided US

In Australia we had John Safran playing provocateur and spending time with white nationalists in his book, Depends What You Mean By Extremist. In the US, a SXSW documentary takes a similar approach with filmmaker, Adam Bhala Lough embedding himself with some representatives from political extremes in Alt Right: Art of Rage. The film ultimately looks at a modern-day oxymoron, a divided United States where the alt-right and left are clashing in one huge, cultural melting pot. The result is quite a visceral documentary that is bound to divide opinions.... Continue Reading