1. Overdose: The Next Financial Crisis – Directed by Martin Borgs
Based on the book “Financial Fiasco” by Johan Norberg this documentary depicts When the world’s financial bubble blew, the solution was to lower interest rates and pump trillions of dollars into the sick banking system. The solution is the problem, that’s why we had a problem in the first place. Featured guests; Peter Schiff, Gerald Celente, Dennis Hannon. ~46 min.
2. 97% Owned – Directed by Queuepolitey
97% owned presents serious research and verifiable evidence on the troubling issues facing our economic and financial system. This documentary provides a UK-perspective, however, its inner workings of Central Banks and the Money creation process are virtually the same concept all around the world. ~2:10 hr.
3. Money as Debt 1, Directed by Paul Grignon
Today’s money is a new form of slavery, and distinguishable from the old simply by the fact that it is impersonal, there is no human relation between master and slave. Debt- government, corporate and household has reached astronomical proportions. Where does all this money come from? How could there BE that much money to lend? The answer is…there isn’t. Today, MONEY IS DEBT. If there were NO DEBT there would be NO MONEY. ~ 47 min.
4. Money As Debt 2, Directed by Paul Grignon
Bailouts, stimulus packages, debt piled upon debt…Where will it all end? How did we get into a situation where there has never been more material wealth & productivity and yet everyone is in debt to bankers. ~1:16 hr.
5. Money As Debt 3, Directed by Paul Grignon
This third and final movie in the Money as Debt trilogy presents a comprehensive picture of how “money” could work in the future. It is a blueprint full of surprising specifics for creating a whole new system applied with technologies that exist right now. Money as Debt. ~1:02 hr.
6. The Ascent of Money: A Financial History of The World by Niall Ferguson
Based on the book, The Ascent of Money:This documentary provides a financial History of the World by a Harvard professor, Niall Ferguson‘s. It examines the long history of money, credit, and banking. ~4:30 hr.
7. Fiat Empire – Why the Federal Reserve Violates the U.S. Constitution, Directed by Matrixx Entertainment Corporation
A good documentary about the federal reserve in the United States. Most people believe that this bank is government owned but it is not. ~58 min.
8. Money, Banking, and The Federal Reserve System, Produced by Ludwig von Mises Institute
Thomas Jefferson and Andrew Jackson understood The Monster. But to most Americans today, Federal Reserve is just a name on the dollar bill. They have no idea of what the central bank does to the economy, or to their own economic lives; of how and why it was founded and operates; or of the sound money and banking that could end the statism, inflation, and business cycles that the Fed generates. ~ 42 min.
9. The Crash Of 1929 – Produced by Ellen Hovde and Muffie Meyer
By 1929, Charles Mitchell, President of the National City Bank (which would become Citibank), had popularized the idea of selling stock and high yield bonds directly to smaller investors. Mitchell and a very small group of bankers, brokers, and speculators manipulated the stock market, grew wealthy and helped create the economic boom of that fabulous decade. ~1 hr.
10. Enron, The Smartest Guys In The Room, Directed by Alex Gibney
Believed by some accusers to be the most egregious corporate malefactors in American history — are about to go on trial for pillaging their company and devaluing its stock, leaving thousands of employees and investors holding the bag while they absconded with millions. ~ 1:49 hr.
11. MeltDown – The Secret History of the Global Financial Collapse – by Doc Zone
Doc Zone has traveled the world – from Wall Street to Dubai to China – to investigate The Secret History of the Global Financial Collapse. Meltdown is the story of the bankers who crashed the world, the leaders who struggled to save it and the ordinary families who got crushed. ~44 min.
12. The Take – by Avi Lewis
We heard rumors of a new kind of economy emerging in Argentina. With hundreds of factories closing, waves of workers were locking themselves inside and running the workplaces on their own, with no bosses. ~ 1:20 min.
13. The Money Masters, Directed Bill Still
The Money Masters is a 3 1/2 hour non-fiction, historical documentary that traces the origins of the political power structure that rules our nation and the world today. ~ 3:30 hr.
14. I.O.U.S.A – Directed by Patrick Creadon
I.O.U.S.A. is a 2008 American documentary directed by Patrick Creadon. The film focuses on the shape and impact of the United States national debt. The film features Robert Bixby, director of the Concord Coalition, and David Walker, the former U.S. Comptroller-General, as they travel around the United States on a tour to let communities know of the potential dangers of the national debt. The tour was carried out through the Concord Coalition, and was known as the “Fiscal Wake-Up Tour.” From Wikipedia. ~ 45min.
15. The Last Days Of Lehman Brothers
Drama inspired by the real events that took place on the weekend of 12 September 2008 – when the Lehman Brothers went to the wall. ~59 min.
16. The Crash Course – by Chris Martenson
In this powerpoint presentation, Chris Marentson presents an indepth consideration of the economy, energy and the environment. He explains the fundamentals for an economic collapse and ways on how you can prepare by being more resilant. The video below is chapter one only, to see all videos concerning this crash course see here ~ 2:30 hr.
17. Debt Collapse – by Mike Maloney
This presentation by Mike Maloney of Gold and Silver shows how Gold and Silver are only just starting their upward move to higher prices. Mike Maloney has also puplished “Rich Dads Advisers Guide to investing in Gold and Silver” This book is definitely worth reading.~1:30 hr.
18. The Secret of Oz – by Bill Still
Ben Still shows the world economy is doomed to spiral downwards until we do 2 things: outlaw government borrowing and outlaw fractional reserve lending. A documentary worth watching. ~1:56 hr.