INSIDE JOB | Fraudclosure Movie Night this Friday at 6:30PM EDT Hosted by &

Inside Job

Oscar Winner Acceptance Speech

“Forgive me, I must start by pointing out that three years after our horrific financial crisis caused by financial fraud, not a single financial executive has gone to jail, and that’s wrong.”


Hello all. This month we decided to have a movie night instead of our normal happy hour.

We went ahead and secured a theater in North Palm Beach, FL for a screening on the award winning documentary INSIDE JOB.

If you have seen this film or not, feel free to join us this Friday September 9th at 6:30PM EDT at:

Location: Mos’ Art Theatre
Street: 700 Park Avenue
City/Town: Lake Park, FL 33403
Phone: (561) 337-6763

Movie starts at 7pm.

Seating is limited to 150, so please arrive early to purchase your tickets for only $6.00 each.


Refreshments for purchase include soda, beer & wine, cookies, as well as normal movie theatre snack

Hope to see you there!


INSIDE JOB Official Trailer

From Academy Award® nominated filmmaker, Charles Ferguson (“No End In Sight”), comes INSIDE JOB, the first film to expose the shocking truth behind the economic crisis of 2008. The global financial meltdown, at a cost of over $20 trillion, resulted in millions of people losing their homes and jobs. Through extensive research and interviews with major financial insiders, politicians and journalists, INSIDE JOB traces the rise of a rogue industry and unveils the corrosive relationships which have corrupted politics, regulation and academia. Narrated by Academy Award® winner Matt Damon, INSIDE JOB was made on location in the United States, Iceland, England, France, Singapore, and China.

This film attempts to provide a comprehensive portrayal of an extremely important and timely subject: the worst financial crisis since the Depression, which continues to haunt us via Europe’s debt problems and global financial instability. It was a completely avoidable crisis; indeed for 40 years after the reforms following the Great Depression, the United States did not have a single financial crisis. However, the progressive deregulation of the financial sector since the 1980s gave rise to an increasingly criminal industry, whose “innovations” have produced a succession of financial crises. Each crisis has been worse than the last; and yet, due to the industry’s increasing wealth and power, each crisis has seen few people go to prison. In the case of this crisis, nobody has gone to prison, despite fraud that caused trillions of dollars in losses. I hope that the film, in less than two hours, will enable everyone to understand the fundamental nature and causes of this problem. It is also my hope that, whatever political opinions individual viewers may have, that after seeing this film we can all agree on the importance of restoring honesty and stability to our financial system, and of holding accountable those to destroyed it.

Charles Ferguson, the founder of Representational Pictures and the director of Inside Job, is a filmmaker, writer, and political scientist. A native of San Francisco, California, Ferguson obtained a B.A. in mathematics from the University of California, Berkeley in 1978 and a Ph.D. in political science from M.I.T. in 1989. Following his Ph.D., Ferguson was a postdoctoral researcher at M.I.T. for three years, focusing on interactions between high technology, globalization, and government policy, and frequently consulting to U.S. government agencies including the White House staff, the Defense Department, and the U.S. Trade Representative. Then from 1992 to 1994 Ferguson was an independent consultant to high technology companies including Apple, Xerox, Motorola, Intel, and Texas Instruments. In 1994 Ferguson founded Vermeer Technologies, a software company which developed FrontPage, the first end-user Web site development tool, which he sold to Microsoft in 1996. Subsequently he spent several years as a Senior Fellow at the Brookings Institution and a visiting scholar at M.I.T. and U.C., Berkeley.

In mid-2005, Ferguson formed Representational Pictures and began production of his first film, No End In Sight: The American Occupation of Iraq, which premiered at the Sundance Festival in 2007. No End In Sight won the Special Jury Prize at Sundance, the Best Documentary prizes of the New York and Los Angeles Film Critics circles, and was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Documentary. Ferguson has authored several books including High Stakes, No Prisoners: A Winner’s Tale of Greed and Glory in the Internet Wars, and Computer Wars: The Post-IBM World (co-authored with Charles Morris).

How Deregulation and the Evolution of Wall Street Culture Led to the Financial Crisis
A chronological re-ordering of the events and arguments of INSIDE JOB… Scroll down to page 16 in press kit below.



Inside Job – The Documentary that Cost $20,000,000,000,000 to Produce

6 Responses to “INSIDE JOB | Fraudclosure Movie Night this Friday at 6:30PM EDT Hosted by &”
  1. This documentary should be view in every corner of the world.

  2. lvent says:

    Just came across an interesting article entitled: 28 Year Career CIA Official Says 9/11 An Inside Job.
    The CIA OFFICIAL at the end of the article has an urgent message for future whistleblowers-“We have to be willing to be discredited, we have to stick our necks out, this is just plain too important.”

  3. Americans need to purchase a channel on the media where we can educate people on TV. Is that possible? We need to expose the crimes against us. Put this movie and the cartoons of how the banks have stolen the wealth for centuries.

  4. talktotennessee says:

    Excellent documentary! Should be required in high school and college economics classes. Our children know little about how the real world works because they have their head in game boxes, television and movies filled with violence, guts and glory heroes out of comic books. Blatant dumbing of American Children is the rule of the day with schools barely teaching basic math, reading or English composition. Parents who had the same educational limits haven’t got a clue in recognizing graft or propert ethics either.

    You know if you stop and think about it, the financial industry pulled this credit derivative swap wool right over Washington’s eyes, people who should know the rules were clueless. Frankly, Congress doesn’t even know what questions to ask now and ou leaders (both parties) are shills for the industry. The fact is that the banking industry continues to want to handle the same mortgage products today and legalize their fraud. The GOP support the banks and continue to oppose efforts to regulate, also opposed to the Consumer Protection Agency in the financal sector unless restructured to be subject to Congress, which destroys it’s autonomy, rendering the agency another useless political tool subject to Congressional ploys..

    From Nixon’s dirty tricks to sway the Southern voting bloc, through playing to religious zealots and now to today’s tea party, People’s emotions and bias are used to gain support even when it negatively impacts the individual’s own well being. Ethics are a thing of the past when banks seek to justify fraud and forgery by making criminal acts legal. This is happening now. The GOP is already talking about taking it “easy” on the same banks that can’t write down principal because it might be “moral hazard” to seek justice for homeowners.
    Bank fraud, forgery, deception and avarice is not moral hazard?

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