Calling all Organizers Educators World-Changers!
These are indeed unprecedented times. Colonialism, capitalism and corporate power is wreaking far greater havoc on society than when the original film came out in 2003. Today, we are in the midst of a climate emergency, mired in inequity, racism, injustice, economic exploitation at a scale not seen since the 1920s. Join us to launch #1000screenings + dialogue sessions. Change is coming.
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A “Just Recovery” means tackling the three Cs: Colonialism, Capitalism & Corporations. Our film offers a framework and a conclusion: corporations aren’t going to save us. That’s going to be up to us. So what to do?
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TELEFILM CANADA and the ROGERS GROUP OF FUNDS through the theatrical documentary program present
In association with CRAVE, a division of Bell Media
a GRANT STREET PRODUCTION IN ASSOCIATION WITH SCREEN SIREN PICTURES
A FILM BY JENNIFER ABBOTT AND JOEL BAKAN "THE NEW CORPORATION: THE UNFORTUNATELY NECESSARY SEQUEL"
ORIGINAL MUSIC COMPOSED BY MATT ROBERTSON SOUND DESIGN VELCROW RIPPER EDITOR PETER ROECK DIRECTOR OF PHOTOGRAPHY IAN KERR, CSC
EXECUTIVE PRODUCER JOEL BAKAN PRODUCED BY BETSY CARSON AND TRISH DOLMAN NARRATED BY CHARLES OFFICER
WRITTEN BY JOEL BAKAN BASED UPON HIS BOOK "THE NEW CORPORATION: HOW 'GOOD' CORPORATIONS ARE BAD FOR DEMOCRACY"
Directed by JOEL BAKAN and JENNIFER ABBOTT
Produced with the participation of Ken and Reva Davidson