Date of Award
2008, crisis, depression, documentary, financial, recession
Kicking the Can is a video documentary that explores the financial crisis of 2008 and the socio-political factors that led to the collapse. The documentary was produced over the course of a year and a half, and contains interviews with economists, politicians, academics, and U.S. citizens. Kicking the Can ultimately reveals that the financial crisis is a complex issue that can be analyzed and interpreted from a variety of political and social perspectives. This paper documents the making of the film, the production involved, and the process of working with collaborators and other crewmates.
Ellis, Peter Maring, "Kicking the Can" (2012). Electronic Theses and Dissertations. 181.
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Peter Maring Ellis
Film studies, Economic history, Economics