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€uroestafa (€uroscam)

Was the Financial Crisis in Spain different from anywhere else in Europe? What was its social impact? What can we learn from it? This documentary by Guillermo Cruz is based on new research on the origins of the Spanish Housing and Construction Bubble, connecting it with political and economic events elsewhere in Europe. It is in Spanish with subtitles in English (click on the top left corner of the screen for subtitles). This resource is used in Spanish Final Year modules at the University of Leeds: Spanish in an Economics and Business Context and Contemporary Spain: From Franco to Zapatero (1975-2010). It contains the official poster of the launch of the film in 2014, a link to the film, which has a CC BY-NC-SA licence, as it was crowd-funded, in Youtube, the full transcript of the documentary and the translation of the script made by Antonio Martinez-Arboleda. PRODUCCIÓN: MEDIA FAMILY, tururut art infogràfic, Guillermo Cruz, Ricard Vergés DIRECCIÓN: GUILLERMO CRUZ INVESTIGACIÓN: RICARD VERGÉS GUIÓN: GUILLERMO CRUZ, RICARD VERGÉS AYUDANTE DE DIRECCIÓN: GAIZKA ALTUNA OPERADORES DE CÁMARA: GAIZKA ALTUNA, GUILLERMO CRUZ, RAÚL DE LA MORENA, ÒSCAR XAVIER GC MONTAJE: GUILLERMO CRUZ, BRUNO PALAZÓN-ARNAUD POSTPRODUCCIÓN: ÒSCAR XAVIER GC tururut art infogràfic MÚSICA: JUAN MARCHENA GÓMEZ VOZ EN OFF: XAVIER MAYANS COMUNICACIÓN: ANTONIA CRUZ, SONIA FERNÁNDEZ, CRISTINA MANGAS, JORDI MARTÍNEZ COMMUNITY MANAGER: JORDI MARTÍNEZ

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Guillermo Cruz, director of €uroestafa, presents his film at the University of Leeds

€uroscam, #anuncomfortabledocumentary. This is the presentation given by Guillermo Cruz at the University of Leeds on the 28 April 2015, during the premiere of his film €uroestafa in the UK. It is in Spanish with consecutive translation into English. The interpreter and organiser of the event is Antonio Martínez-Arboleda, Principal Teaching Fellow in Spanish in the School of Languages, Cultures and Societies of the University of Leeds. This resource contains poster of the event, link to the mymedia video presentation and link to the Prezi presentation. With thanks to funding for the production of Open Educational resources from the HumBox project. The event was also supported by The Centre for World Cinemas of the University of Leeds. Creative Commons Licence 3.0 BY-NC-SA. Copyright University of Leeds. 2015

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