Here is a peak at some material from the film we are working on. It should give you a clearer idea of the project and what we want to do. We need your support to help us finish this movie. You can help us by sharing our video, or by making a donation in your own name or in the name of a company or an organisation.

Become a producer of this film

Our intention is to distribute this movie for free under Creative Commons license. To achieve this we need to cover some of the costs of production so we seek financial assistance from individuals, companies and institutions.

More information on the budget and filming of the documentary can be found here. Thanks.

What are we doing?

We are making a documentary that charts the experiences behind the creation of a society that is fairer and more equitable for both people and the environment. This is the story of people and organisations from all over Europe that have embarked on paths for positive change, paths that converge in a model called the Economy for the Common Good.


This one's easy: like the people we talk with in the documentary, we believe that we can follow a path other than neoliberalism, which we think is an unsustainable model that will shortly collapse and drag the whole planet down with it. The complex multifaceted crisis that the world is suffering from is clearly symptom of the neoliberal model. Many people before us have already talked about the crisis, so what we want to do is provide positive examples of viable, alternatives you can participate in that work towards the common good.

Who are we?

We are a group of professionals working in AV production, communication and economics that have been brought together by Attac TV and its production branch, La Antena films.

What do we need?

We need your support.

As an individual you can support us by sharing this project with your social networks and friends, or you could even become a 'producer' by making a voluntary contribution. If you represent a company, meanwhile, you could become a sponsor of the project through making a financial contribution.

This film is exclusively funded by voluntary donations. The total cost of the movie, including a fair deal of voluntary work, comes to around €60,000. If you think that showing viable alternatives is more important than ever in today's world, then please help us. 


Shooting in the World Social Forum 2013

Christian Felber

Images from an interview with Christian...

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