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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FinTech Made in Switzerland

Runtime 42 min



FinTech Made in Switzerland

FinTech Made in Switzerland is the first documentary about the rapidly growing FinTech movement in Switzerland. The film includes interviews with startup entrepreneurs, investors, bankers, and politicians who participate in the evolution of the Swiss financial sector

11:YEARS - The Rise of UK Fintech



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11:YEARS - The Rise of UK Fintech

In the documentary you’ll find out: – How the financial crisis caused a reform in UK regulation that encourages competition – Why London is the perfect environment for fintech innovation – Why UK fintech is so attractive to VC firms and Angel investors – Why the CEOs of the UK’s most successful fintech companies started their businesses here – What future challenges and opportunities exist for UK fintech

The Spider's Web: Britain's Second Empire

Runtime: 1.18.01


The Spider's Web: Britain's Second Empire

The Spider’s Web: At the demise of empire, City of London financial interests created a web of secrecy jurisdictions that captured wealth from across the globe and hid it in a web of offshore islands. Today, up to half of global offshore wealth is hidden in British jurisdictions and Britain and its dependencies are the largest global players in the world of international finance.

97% Owned



97% Owned

97% Owned is a new documentary that reveals how money is at the root of our current social and economic crisis. Featuring frank interviews and commentary from economists, campaigners and former bankers, it exposes the privatised, debt-based monetary system that gives banks the power to create money, shape the economy, cause crises and push house prices out of reach. Fact-based and clearly explained, in just 60 minutes it shows how the power to create money is the piece of the puzzle that economists were missing when they failed to predict the crisis.



The poor, the banks & digital money - Founders Valley

Runtime: 26:01


The poor, the banks & digital money - Founders Valley

The 2008 financial crisis spread distrust in banks and sped up the acceptance of new kinds of money. Cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin now promise to provide transparent, democratic alternatives. Startups in the Philippines are disrupting old structures.

How cash is becoming a thing of the past

Runtime: 42:25


How cash is becoming a thing of the past

Cashless payments are on the rise. They are fast, easy and convenient. Worldwide, cashless transactions have become the norm. But Germany’s central bank and government are still clinging on to cash. Can they stop the move towards a cashless society? Our documentary shows who is behind the worldwide anti-cash lobby.


Runtime: 90 min.


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.



Runtime: 1 h 56 minutes


Hawaii is a story on the struggle of inheriting $3 million in communist-era Romania when owning $1 could mean losing your freedom and touches on the theme of how money could buy if not happiness, at least the freedom to choose unhappiness.



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 01.03.2020 and ends on 03.03.2020. The results will be announced durung the closing ceremony and all information will be placed on the website:

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