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10 to 15 years ago a wave of privatizations of our water supply started, which has been propagating since all over the world. No one calls it anymore Privatization but PublicPrivatePartnership.In these days of limited public finances,... See more »

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Anne Bouzinac ...
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François Carlier ...
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Gérard Chausset ...
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Jean-Louis Couture ...
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Patrick du Fau de Lamothe ...
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Loïc Fauchon ...
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Richard Gerard ...
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Gert Hoffmann ...
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Evelyn Huytebroeck ...
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Philippe Kaltenbach ...
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Marc Laimé ...
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Anne Le Strat ...
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André Leducq ...
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Rainer List ...
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Philippe Machetel ...
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Adriana Marquisio ...
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Wangui Mbatia ...
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Danielle Mitterrand ...
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André Ollivro ...
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Martin Pigeon ...
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Arnaud Pinxteren ...
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Julien Pondaven ...
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Peter Rosenbaum ...
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André Santini ...
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Séverine Tessier ...
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Nicolas Tissot ...
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Jean-Luc Touly ...
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Christian Ude ...
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Hélène Valade ...
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Philippe Valette ...
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Manon Zakeossian ...
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Directed by

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Leslie Franke
Herdolor Lorenz
Hermann Lorenz

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Leslie Franke ... (co-writer)
 
Leslie Franke ... ()
 
Markus Henn ... ()
 
Hermann Lorenz ... (writer)
 
Hermann Lorenz ... ()

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Achille Du Genestoux ... producer

Music by

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Hinrich Dageför
Stefan Wulff

Cinematography by

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Stefan Corinth
Lorenzo De Bandini
Alexander Grasseck

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Véronique Cabois
Hermann Dolores
Leslie Franke
Hermann Lorenz
Tania Sainz Martín

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Leslie Franke ... sound mixer / sound

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Stefan Corinth ... animator

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Plot Summary

10 to 15 years ago a wave of privatizations of our water supply started, which has been propagating since all over the world. No one calls it anymore Privatization but PublicPrivatePartnership.In these days of limited public finances, budgeting competence is at least as important as the technical mastering of water management. Many communities however are risking to be cheated by superior corporate groups. The movie shows how the 'money printing machines' of these corporations work, especially in France and in German cities like Berlin or Braunschweig. But all over the world people resist: Water in public hands is necessary and possible!

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  • Water Makes Money (Germany)
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  • 90 min
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