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Choose the best film of the All About Economy Film Days Festival

The organizers don’t necessarily agree with the films shown, but take them as a starting point for discussion.

We invite you to vote and select the best film of the All About Economy Film Days Festival in 2 categories:

A) Best Documentary Film

B) Best Feature Film

Cast your vote for a film and briefly express your opinion. We will reward the most interesting opinions. Your opinions will also be very helpful in selecting the repertoire of our subsequent editions of the Festival. We use a 5-scale film rating system, whith 1 star lowest
to highest 5 stars.

Film Rating System:

★★★★★ Favorite / Masterpiece / Enriching and Transformative

★★★★  Very Good / Interesting Concept and Execution / Enlightening

★★★ Good / Interesting Concept or Execution / Mixed Feelings

★★ Disappointing / Mediocre and Uninteresting / Regrettable

★ Failure / Wholly Deficient / Toxic

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How the rich get richer – money in the world economy

Runtime: 42:24 min

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How the rich get richer – money in the world economy

It is one of the most common sayings. The rich get richer, and the poor get poorer. But exactly how that happens? How are some people able to amass more money? It all comes down to the central bank that has a policy of cheap money. And it all depends on the European Central Bank, a bank that buys bad stocks and bonds to save banks, tries to fuel economic growth, and props up states that are in dept. And while all that sounds good, the reality is that by doing it, the European Central Bank promotes a policy of cheap money. Let’s be honest, the ban should try to fuel economic growth. But the fiscal policy of the European Central Bank, as well as other central banks is fueling an uncontrolled global deluge of money. And the result is more expensive apartments in London, more expensive real estate in Germany, and so on. The winners are the rich people, and they are getting richer. This DW documentary tries to explain just how the money in the world function, and why the rich are constantly getting richer.

End of the Road – How Money Became Worthless

Runtime 55:43 min

 

 

How Money Became Worthless

In 2008 the world experienced financial turmoil. Markets crashed, stocks plummeted, and financial institutions thought to be invincible, collapsed. Was the financial crisis solved or were the problems merely kicked down the road?

Living on One Dollar

Runtime 56 min

 

Living on One Dollar

Four young friends set out to live on just $1 a day for two months in rural Guatemala. Armed with only a video camera, they battle hunger, parasites, and extreme financial stress as they attempt to survive life on the edge.

 

Heroines of Health

Runtime 28:55 min

 

Heroines of Health

Heroines of Health seeks to highlight women’s significant contribution to healthcare, as women continue to make up a comparatively small percentage of global health leadership, despite holding 70 percent of jobs in global healthcare and contribute nearly $3 trillion to the health and social sector.

Thou shalt not kill

Runtime 120 min

 

Thou shalt not kill

The Romanian healthcare system is closely connected to recent scandals that have made many think that being treated in a Romanian hospital is even more dangerous than not being treated at all.

 

 

Amazon, Jeff Bezos and collecting data

Runtime 42:25 min

 

Amazon, Jeff Bezos and collecting data

No company stores more data than Amazon, the former online bookseller. Amazon boss Jeff Bezos has become the richest man in the world. Every second Euro in online trading is spent at Amazon. Is the IT giant, with its unabated growth, about to turn our economic system upside down?

Will covid kill globalisation?

Runtime 14:07 min

 

 

Will covid kill globalisation?

The Romanian healthcare system is closely connected to recent scandals that have made many think that being treated in a Romanian hospital is even more dangerous than not being treated at all.

Nine Stories of Love and Hate in Isolation

Runtime 1h 30 min

Nine Stories of Love and Hate in Isolation

“Nine Stories of Love and Hate in Isolation”, signed by Dan Chișu, a fiction film made while in isolation. Some of the most famous Romanian actors performed, by filming themselves with their mobile phones.

 

 

Thou shalt not kill

Runtime 120 min

Thou shalt not kill

A story of money’s powerful grip on the whole world told with the true events of a tiny alpine town in 1932-33 Austria. Director Urs Egger depicts the daring experiment of a village mayor caught between hopeless recession and looming fascism.

 

Prizes:

The most active students will be awarded with the memorable prizes by our jury for active participation in group discussions and the best online comments during the online voting for films.

VOTING starts on 03.06.2020 and ends on 05.06.2020. The results will be announced durung the closing ceremony and all information will be placed on the website: http://economy-filmdays.info.

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