STAMFORD, Conn. -- After the financial crisis of 2009, the Federal Reserve and its leader, Ben Bernanke, have played an unprecedented role in trying to keep America from going into another Great Depression.
"Money for Nothing" is a documentary that examines America’s central bank from the inside out – in a critical yet balanced. It will be shown at 7:30 p.m. Nov. 6 at the Avon Theatre followed by a question-and-answer session with filmmaker Jim Bruce.
The film grants viewers unprecedented access to the most powerful financial institutions. Join top Fed officials and many of the world’s best financial minds as they debate the decisions that led the global economy to the brink of collapse – and ask whether we might be headed there again.
Ticket prices are as follows: Carte Blanche Members: free, members: $6, students and seniors: $8, non-members: $11. Call the Avon business office at 203-661-0321 or the box office at 203-967-3660, Ext. 2 for tickets.
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