|Founder/Owner of||Golem XIV - Thoughts|
|Interests|| • Power|
A second generation documentary film-maker whose father made The Ascent of Man with Bronowski, The Age of Uncertainty with Galbraith and Cosmos with Sagan.
David Malone is a second generation documentary film-maker whose father made The Ascent of Man with Bronowski, The Age of Uncertainty with Galbraith and Cosmos with Sagan.
David learned his craft at the BBC science department where he worked for 9 years, ending up on Horizon. Since then he has made films for C4, BBC2 and more recently BBC4.
Latterly David appears in front of camera as often as directing from behind it.
David also lectures on both film and finance and is the author of The Debt Generation - ISBN 0956690203 Level Press November 2010
Documents by David Malone
|Title||Document type||Publication date||Subject(s)||Description|
|Document:British Interests in Ukraine||article||15 May 2014||Russia|
2014 Ukraine coup
|A forensic analysis of some of the British interests in Ukraine and - by inference, events leading up to and following the February 2014 coup|
|Document:On Death and Derivatives||article||29 January 2014||Premature death|
|Connecting the dots between a series of 'suicides' by senior banking figures and the financial derivatives 'time-bomb'|
|Document:The Next Crisis – Part one||article||18 September 2014||Globalisation||A global crisis of capitalism and governance began to manifest seriously in 2007-8. It is far from over|
|Document:The Next Crisis – Part three||article||29 September 2014||Globalisation||The present crisis of financial capitalism and world governance is not over yet - towards a world turned upside-down|
|Document:The Next Crisis – Part two||article||22 September 2014||Globalisation||The present crisis of financial capitalism and world governance is not over yet - A manifesto for the continued supremacy of the 1%|
|Document:We the People…||appeal||27 January 2014||We the people|
|It is time for the dusty antique concept of 'WE THE PEOPLE' to be revived and given determined mass support|