Future My Love
“We have the resources to feed everyone; the technology to create clean energy; and the ability to supply everyone with creative, free and comfortable lives: yet we choose not to.” Maja Borg’s poetic ‘experimental documentary’ expands on the themes of her 2007 short film, Ottica Zero, and explores, in the light of global economic collapse, alternatives to monetary capitalism and, in particular, the work of sprightly 93-year-old futurist and social engineer, Jacque Fresco.
#1/ Thursday 31 May, 2012 / 13:08 GMT"Economy is a human relationship," says Maja Borg. Curious to learn more? Read http://futuremylove.com and share your first impressions on http://futuremylove.com/get-involved/feedback.html -- thanks!
#2/ Thursday 31 May, 2012 / 13:10 GMTCelebrate the world premiere of Future My Love at EIFF with a magical concert of the award-winning New Tango Orquesta (NTO) on Wednesday 27 June, followed by a launch party hosted by the Scottish Documentary Institute. Six excellent musicians from Sweden have taken modern tango to new levels – and also provided the score for Maja Borg’s film.
Concert tickets are only £5 if you have a ticket for the film, £10 if not. EIFF delegate passholders get free entry if booked in advance (limited spaces available). Tickets and RSVPs here: http://futuremylove.com/tango
#3/ Saturday 30 June, 2012 / 10:56 GMTAmazing film!
#4 / Thursday 21 March, 2013 / 07:43 GMT=), i saw this film today, in AMBULANTE Fest, Tijuana México
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