Princes of the Yen (Michael Oswald, documentary, 2014)
Adapted from the book of the same name by Professor Richard Werner, the documentary explores the role and power of central banks and how these institutions can be used to change economic policy and a country's social structures.
Central banks are among the most secret and unknown institutions in the world. What powers do they have at their disposal? What interests do they serve? In what way may their actions affect our lives?
Cinema at the Museum - Where does money come from?
Documentary series (4 sessions)
In collaboration with Zero em Comportamento
17th of November at 4:00 p.m., Money for Nothing: Inside the Federal Reserve (Jim Bruce, documentary, 2013) (104 min.)
1st of December at 4:00 p.m., 97% Owned (Michael Oswald, documentary, 2012) (130 min.)
15th of December at 4:00 p.m., Princes of the Yen (Michael Oswald, documentary, 2014) (93 min.)
5th of January at 4.00 p.m., The Capital (Costa-Gavras, drama, 2012) (114 min.)
For adults and youths (>14 years old)
Advance booking required
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“A normal day in a unique city” - Building the vision of Lisbon in the 16th century from ten years of archaeology
Seminars & Debates
18 jun. - 10h30
Do you know the money in your pocket? Workshop on the euro’s heritage
25 jun. - 15h00