- Running time97 minutes
FACT is proud to be joining ten other cinemas around the country for a simultaneous screening of FOUR HORSEMEN to launch the Oxford Documentary Film Festival.
A stunning documentary on the current banking crisis, FOUR HORSEMEN brings together 23 international thinkers (including Noam Chomsky) to break their silence about how the world markets really work and why there is still hope in rebalancing society.
The screening will be followed by a Q&A across all ten cinemas via telephone, when the audience in each cinema will have the opportunity to ask questions to the panel in Oxford.
It will include Megan Murphy, Investment Banking Correspondent at the Financial Times; Professor David Vine, Professor of Economics, Oxford University; and Dr. Ha-Joon Chang, author of the bestselling book ’23 Things They Don’t Tell You About Capitalism’.
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