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The Future Will Not Be Capitalist

Austria, 2010 (MIFF 2011, Shorts showing before features)

Director: Sasha Pirker

A cinematic tour through the Communist party headquarters in France, designed by modern architecture pioneer Oscar Niemeyer, exploring the building's architectural, historical and political significance.

D/P/S Sasha Pirker WS SixPackFilm TD 35mm/2010

Screens with Detroit Wild City.

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