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  • Director

    Fredrik Gertten

  • Run Time

    92 mins

  • Release Year

    2019

  • Country of Origin

    Sweden

  • Certificate

    12A

  • Language

    English and Spanish with subtitles

  • Format

    Digital

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Part of the Take One Action Film Festival Season

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Landlords without faces, apartments without renters… Housing prices are skyrocketing in cities across the world, but incomes are not – pushing long-term residents out.

This is not gentrification, it is a relatively new economic reality: housing as a financial product, an investment of choice for corporate finance, a place to park money. More and more cities are servicing the wishes of global capital over the needs of most of their population. So how do we push back and reclaim the streets?

In New York, London, Barcelona, Seoul and Valparaiso, this incisive documentary by investigative filmmaker Fredrik Gertten (Bikes vs Cars, TOAFF15) follows Leilani Farha, UN Special Rapporteur on the right to adequate housing, as she meets with residents, mayors, campaigners and economists to reclaim housing as a human right, not a commodity.

Presented in association with Oxfam Scotland & UNISON Scotland.

We will be joined in conversation by Rhiannon Sims (Research and Policy Advisor at Oxfam Scotland), Lisa Borthwick (Senior Campaigns and Policy Manager, Shelter Scotland), and Scott Donohoe (Chair of UNISON’s Scottish Housing Issues and Welfare Group), to explore the factors fuelling the housing crisis in Scotland – and the many campaigns to address and challenge it.

English subtitles, closed captions and BSL interpretation. 



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