Future My Love
- UK, Sweden
- 93 min
- Directed by: Maja Borg
- Language: English, Swedish
- UK release: 15 November 2013
This experimental documentary explores the solutions to the financial collapse as proposed by 95-year-old futurist Jacque Fresco.
This film is not currently showing in cinemas.
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.
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Reviews & features
Future My Love19 Jun 2012
Timely and thought-provoking experimental documentary about alternatives to corporate capitalism
Edinburgh College of Art graduate Maja Borg’s feature debut, an experimental documentary made with the support of the Scottish Documentary Institute, grew out of the Swedish filmmaker’s earlier short film, Ottica Zero. In that film, Borg documented the…
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