Electric cars hold the promise of a clean ecological transition. The global automotive market is concentrating its efforts on competitive production, the key to which is the exploitation of the blue gold, cobalt. This mineral is needed for batteries, and is mainly found in the Congo. But at what price?
With rigor, and a dose of humor, Tax Me If You Can explains the mechanisms of tax havens and demonstrates how tax evasion, an essential cog in the neoliberal system, accelerates the growth of economic inequality.
Through the autobiographical essay of sociologist and philosopher Didier Eribon, performed by Adèle Haenel, "Retour à Reims" (Fragments) tells an intimate and political story of the French working class from the early 1950s to the present day.
This documentary offers a fascinating and critical case study of a universal basic income project established in the Kenyan village of Kogutu by GiveDirectly, an NGO convinced that it has found a foolproof algorithm to end global poverty.
Ressources focus on the living conditions of humans, animals and plants linked together by the industrial chain of animal slaughter and meat processing. By following various actors captured by this chain, the film observes a state of precariousness shared beyond the boundaries of species.
Big Fight in Little Chinatown documents the collective fight to save Chinatowns across North America. Coast to Coast the film follows Chinatown communities resisting active erasure.