Four Horsemen (2014), directed by Ross Ashcroft, reveals the fundamental flaws in an economic system that has pushed humanity to the brink of disaster. 23 leading thinkers come together and break their silence to explain how the world economy really works. They also have ideas about how it might be reshaped into a new economic paradigm that would dramatically improve the quality of life for billions. Four Horsemen is free from mainstream media propaganda. It doesn’t bash bankers, criticize politicians, or get involved in conspiracy theories.
It features Joseph Stiglitz, former chief economist at the World Bank; Prof. Noam Chomsky, linguistic professor MIT; Tarek El Diwany, Islamic Finance expert; Ha-Joon Chang, Faculty of Economics, University of Cambridge and leading heterodox economist; Gillian Tett, US managing editor and assistant editor of the Financial Times; Kaiser Bengali, former head of the Social Policy and Development Center (SPDC), Karachi and Sustainable Development Policy Institute (SDPI), Islamabad; among many others.
The film screening is followed by a discussion led by Craig Wandke, Monterey Peace and Justice Center Board Director, lecturer, retired school administrator, and former Peace Corps volunteer.
Free, virtual event. The Zoom join link will be provided upon registration. You will receive an email reminder as the date of the event approaches.