10 September 2017
20:00–22:00

DESCRIPTION

Film research on the concept of unconditional basic income.

If you win a lottery jackpot, will you stop working? Or rather, you will calmly devote your life to the work you love that perfectly suits your abilities—with a feeling of total economic security? This question has long been discussed by leading economists and politicians, entrepreneurs and sociologists. The subject matter, however, is not a winning lottery ticket, but unconditional basic income. Some perceive it as over-indulgence and a romantic utopia for the left-wing politicians, while others see it as freedom from material needs and a way to reorganize human consciousness. Filmmaker and economist Christian Todd finds new arguments to support ‘free lunches’ theory and speculates about the bright future where the labor market will no longer control people.

Film-participant of CPH:DOX Film Festival–2017

Free Lunch Society

Christian Todd, Austria, 2017, 95 min

12+

tickets

Standard adult—300 RUB

Concessions for visitors with disabilities—150 RUB*.
*Ticket for one carer—150 RUB.

The film will be screened in English with Russian subtitles.
The event is accessible to deaf and hard of hearing visitors.

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