“Dirty Gypsy, Die”


The far right in Europe is on in the rise. Rarely taken as seriously as Islamic extremism far right political groups have been incredibly successful at sowing hatred and social unrest, particularly in Eastern Europe.

“Dirty Gypsy Die” tells the story of one Hungarian Roma family whose village has become a symbol of the hatred of Roma that is spreading across Hungary.

This film has been co-funded by the Prevention of and Fight against Crime Programme of the European Union and was produced as part of our Extreme Dialogue project.


Director: Benjamin Chesterton

Videographer: Chris Keenan, Benjamin Chesterton

Producer: Benjamin Chesterton

Executive Producer: Peter Rudge

Assistant Producer: Oliver Sharpe, Lynda Laird

Music: Broken Man Ver 3 by Ian Post, Eternity – Just Piano, Equator by Fog, Getting Fracture by Alon Ohana, I Remember by Voices