Keimena: #3 Oncle Bernard—L’anti-leçon d’économie​
by Richard Brouillette

11:59 pm
ERT2, Athens

Richard Brouillette, Oncle Bernard—L’anti-leçon d’économie​ (Oncle Bernard – A Counter-Lesson in Economics), 2015, Canada/Spain, film still

Oncle Bernard—L’anti-leçon d’économie​ (Oncle Bernard—A Counter-Lesson in Economics), 2015, Canada/Spain, 79 min.
Director: Richard Brouillette

Bernard Maris, who wrote under the pseudonym “Oncle Bernard” in his Charlie Hebdo column, was killed during the attack on the magazine’s offices on January 7, 2015. This frank and unvarnished interview with the radical economist and journalist was filmed in March 2000. It offers a true “counter-lesson in economics,” for which the director gives center stage to Maris’s vibrant, incisive, and mischievous words of dissent.

Keimena, a documenta 14 Film Program on ERT2, airs Mondays at midnight from December 19, 2016 to September 18, 2017. Each film can be viewed during the broadcast and streamed on demand for seven days thereafter. Please note that the films are presented in their original language with Greek subtitles, and can be streamed from within Greece only.

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Keimena #3: Oncle Bernard—L’anti-leçon d’économie

by Richard Brouillette

Depicted in Richard Brouillette’s Oncle Bernard – A Counter-Lesson in Economics, Bernard Maris, who wrote under the pseudonym of Uncle Bernard in his “Charlie Hebdo” column, had the mission of unmasking the professional fabricators of the economy—those who, every day, wherever we are, fill us with the same rubbish, draped in a phony pseudo-science whose goal is to disguise the mechanisms of that power which enslaves us…

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