2020 Workers Unite Film Festival

Represente: The Future Is Ours

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Argentina's social movements generate viable alternatives of economies and human relations within a crisis-ridden, exploitative, neo-liberal and neo-colonial economic system. The film also points out the structural reasons for the severe situation in Argentina after four years of explicit neo-liberalism and examines the influence of the International Monetary Fund and the G20 in the region. At the same time, it talks about the hope for a better future, about alternatives generated by movements that act in the field of feminism, self-managed and cooperative economies as well as ecological and community-supported agriculture.


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    60 minutes
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    Dario Farcy, Bettina Müller, Joana Splieth, Tina Wilke