“Boom Bust Boom” – Free Movie Nights at the Museum

By May 5, 2016 May 16th, 2016 Movie Nights at the Museum

MN_BOOM_BUST_BOOM May 13, 2016, 7pm

 

BOOM BUST BOOM – Followed by a discussion with Alan Minsky, Programming Director of KPFK Radio Los Angeles and Senior Producer of the Nation Magazine’s Podcast.

At the Skid Row History Museum & Archive
440 S. Broadway, Mezzanine level, Los Angeles, CA 90013
Parking available in adjacent structure.

Free movie screenings, free pop corn, free coffee & free conversations, every 2nd and 4th Friday of the month at the #skidrowmuseum.

Film synopsis
Both a call to action and a comic account, “Boom Bust Boom” investigates the worldwide economic crash of 2008, and how we can avoid another global collapse in the future. Through several analyses of the direct link between the unstable financial system and our reliance on mainstream economics, the film – narrated by Monty Python alum Terry Jones – sheds light on the mistakes some politicians and central bankers would like us to forget.

Director: Bill Jones, Terry Jones, Ben Timlett & Bill & Ben
Film details   Running time: 1h 11min

Speaker Bio
Alan Minsky is the Program Director at KPFK Radio Los Angeles, the Senior Producer of the Nation Magazine’s Podcast, and the Executive Producer of the Ralph Nader Radio Hour. He is also a frequent contributor to Truthdig.com; the author of four books on sports history; and co-author of a musical comedy. Alan is the son of the celebrated economist Hyman Minsky. Both father and son are featured in Terry Jones’ new documentary on economic theory “Boom Bust Boom.”

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