Right Now Film Festival: Free Lunch Society

Sunday 25 March 2018

Right Now Film Festival: Free Lunch Society

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  • Director Christian Tod
  • Origin Austria/Germany
  • Year 2017
  • Duration 95 minutes

Globalisation, automation, Donald Trump. The middle class is falling apart. Time for a complete rethink. Just a few years ago, an unconditional basic income was considered a pipe dream. Today, this idea is more imaginable than ever before, and intense discussions are taking place in all political and scientific camps. Free Lunch Society provides the background to this idea and searches for explanations, possibilities and experiences regarding its implementation. An unconditional basic income means money for everyone – as a human right without service in return!

Right Now Film Festival returns to independent cinemas across the UK between the 21st - 27th of March with a programme of six feature-length documentaries. From the beginning of vital movements such as Black Lives Matter to the future of welfare and the UK’s very own Brexit, our films explore the motives and truths behind global systems and address unjust balances of power. These are stories that may not be typically covered by mainstream cinema, brought to screens across the country in order to reach and challenge audiences. 
Find out more at rightnowfilmfestival.org.

QUAD will be showing three films from this festival. You can also see Rat Film (21 March) and Whose Streets? (23 March). See all three films for £15! Contact QUAD box office (01332 290606) to redeem this offer. 

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