The Barbican Centre has continued it’s legacy of putting on challenging events, with The Colour of Money Festival coming to its screens between 10-20th of September.
Audiences will be promoted to explore the almost omnipotent presence of money and finance across the ten days, from cult classics to less known documentaries, and a bit of everything in between.
Here at BLTV we are delighted to have been invited to provide a screening of Ben’s financial expose ‘Falciani’s Tax Bomb’ with a ScreenTalk afterwards. It’s an exciting opportunity to tell the story of Falciani’s turbulent story amongst such a broad array of critical films, with Dawn of the Dead showing later in the evening.
BLTV’s documentary cover’s Falciani who has been described as the “Edward Snowden of the banking world” and is currently wanted for arrest for exposing HSBC’s tax fraud.
We hope to see you there to discuss the role of finance and accountability in the present day, and hear your thoughts on our film.
The screening will take place at 6.15 on the 14th of September with tickets available now which you can pick up here: