Buy Buy Europe 5: What kind of Europe do we want?Vos, Pieter de, 2013
In the last part of the series it becomes clear that big financial and industrial players want to continue perfecting the EU as a free market environment. But after the financial crises and uncertainty, there remains the question: what do we want?
Buy Buy Europe 3: Tax Haven EuropeVos, Pieter de, 2013
The 80s fiscal revolution resulted in governing tax advantages in Europe. These advantages for the European elite were based on the logic that the elite is creating wealth, which the rest of the population could profit from as well.
Buy Buy Europe 4: Bratwurst, Lederhosen and MinijobsVos, Pieter de, 2013
For the past years, the German economy is set as an example for other EU members. The German industry and banks made fortunes with the dramatic increase of German exports.
Buy Buy Europe 2: Austerity till the GraveVos, Pieter de, 2013
In this episode, we take a look at the inhabitants of the European Union who eventually footed the bill for the bailout of the financial sector after the debt crisis.
Buy buy Europe 1: A Bank Crisis a WeekVos, Pieter de, 2013
This critical report about the Eurozone starts with the moment when the financial bubble burst. Why is the banking sector not reforming after the financial crisis, which affects the daily life of all inhabitants of the European Union?
Banking the unbankedVos, Sarah, 2009
In this film, director Vos has established a realistic view on the world of microfinance. The aim of the Gambia-based branch of Reliance is to support the poor Gambian population by offering them small loans in order to fight poverty.
Money for nothingBruce, Jim, 2013
The dollar is the most remarkable achievement in the history of money. This piece of paper costs nothing to produce and there iÂ€Â™s nothing behind it, its value solely based on trust.
When bubbles burstMoland, Hans Petter, 2012
When Bubbles Burst provides a fascinating glimpse into the inner workings of the global economy, examining the mechanics behind economic bubbles, crashes and suggesting trends for the future.
Underhand Tactics; High Frequency TradingBenefice, Irene & Toscer, Olivier, 2012
Thousands of computers are interconnected, buying and selling thousands of market shares with no human control. Is it possible to protect the stock market against fraudulent actions of speed traders and software malfunctions?
Men of the cityIsaacs, Marc, 2009
This melancholic film is a result of beautiful combinations of sound and images, shot in the concrete-grey financial centre of contemporary London.
The New SilverJansse, Alexandra, 2005
The New Silver, filmed in Bolivia, illustrates how "Access to Capital" can change the lives of both poor individuals and poor nations.