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  • Terry J's Latest Film Opens in the US

    Terry J’s new feature documentary "Boom Bust Boom," which shows the link between our unstable economy and how economics is taught, opens tonight at the Village East cinema in New York, followed by a release on iTunes and On Demand March 15.

    A mix of live action, animation, puppetry and song, "Boom Bust Boom" charts the ancient cycle of boom and bust and offers the world a solution.  A timely call to action, "Boom Bust Boom" investigates the worldwide economic crash of 2008, and how we can avoid another global collapse in the future. Analyzing the direct link between the unstable financial system and our reliance on mainstream economics, the film puts a spotlight on the mistakes of the past some politicians and central bankers would like us to forget. 

    "Boom Bust Boom" also features high profile advocates for change such as John Cusack, journalists Paul Mason and John Cassidy plus leading experts including the Chief Economist of the Bank of England, Andy Haldane, and Nobel Prize winners Daniel Kahneman, Robert Shiller and Paul Krugman. 

    The documentary is a result of a meeting between Terry J and economics professor and entrepreneur Theo Kocken.

    “I wanted to be part of this project as soon as I discovered economics students are taught crashes just don't happen,” Terry J commented. Kocken continues, “'Boom Bust Boom' is a film about our inherently unstable economic system and proposes a simple idea - let’s adapt economics to human nature.” 

    You can watch the trailer here and find showtimes at New York's Village East cinema here

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