Starting with the Panic of 1907 and ending with the risks on the horizon of today's quantitative-easing quagmire, Money for Nothing accomplishes that goal and more as it dramatically and entertainingly reveals the Fed's ongoing reluctance to shed old ideas. The movie is filled with wonderful narrative and fascinating images that capture the world of finance throughout the Twentieth Century. Here is a three-minute trailer. Money For Nothing - Trailer from Liberty Street Films on Vimeo. And here is a link to the production's Kickstarter campaign page, where pre-ordered DVDs will be available through Nov. 16. If Money for Nothing comes to a theater or a television near you in the next few months, run, don't walk, to watch it. You won't be disappointed.