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A film about money and debt, austerity and solidarity, and economic alternatives “a brilliant and illuminating film” Watch it here ⩺ The Trailer ⩺ The full version ⩺ The short version ⩺ Extracts

February screenings in Scotland

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Wednesday 8 February St Andrews School 1, St Salvator’s Quad Free and open to the public + Q&A with the director Details: here and here Thursday 9 February Glasgow University Real World Economics Society and  Glasgow University Sociology Society This will be the short version of … Read More

Chanan’s imperfect cinema dialogues

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  Chanan’s imperfect cinema dialogues KEVIN BIDERMAN 26 November 2016 How can political cinema continue to advance the aims of activists today while avoiding assimilation into the spectacle? An interview with Michael Chanan. Read it here

Q&A on ‘Money Puzzles’

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Some questions I was asked about ‘Money Puzzles’, ahead of the first UK screenings. What are the origins of ‘Money Puzzles’ and how do they fit in with your background as a documentarist? ‘Money Puzzles’ is a sequel to ‘Secret City’ (2012), which … Read More

Money Puzzles to screen in Havana

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‘Money Puzzles’ will screen in December at the Havana International Film Festival in the section ‘Other Latitudes – Documentary Panorama’ Thursday 15 December, 8pm / Friday 16 December, 10am Infanta Cinema 4    

‘Money Puzzles’ Arrives

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  Money Puzzles addresses the widespread misunderstandings about money and debt to be found in both the media and everyday life, not to mention university economics departments. It questions the illusory qualities of the myriad forms of money in the … Read More

Money Puzzles

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Money Puzzles is about money and debt, austerity and solidarity, and alternative economics. Filmed in 2015 in the UK, Greece, Spain, Belgium and Argentina, with contributors ranging from children in the first to two erstwhile Ministers of Economy in the … Read More

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