Anti-Federal Reserve Movie “Silver Circle” Hits the Big Screen

Two Lanterns Media is excited to announce the New York City in-theater premiere of Silver Circle, a thrilling new 3D animated dystopian film about a future scenario in which the Federal Reserve causes hyperinflation, forcing a group of rebels to mint their own silver currency.

The movie is packed with action, adventure, and romance and features a compelling storyline that appeals even to those who aren’t up-to-speed on the economic and political implications of central banking. Silver Circle seeks to entertain while also educating the public about the dangers of fiat currency and the Federal Reserve.

A Facebook page has been created for the NYC premiere, which contains further specifics and can be found below.

The premiere event will take place at Cinema Village East in NYC from March 22nd through March 28th. Showings will be held at 1:00pm, 3:00pm, 7:10pm, and 9:15pm on each day of the premiere event. After the 7:10pm showing on opening night (March 22), Austrian economist Peter Schiff will be conducting a Q&A along with the Silver Circle team. Tickets are available at this link.

Check out the trailer for Silver Circle:

In his Feb. 29, 2012 confrontation with Ben Bernanke, Ron Paul had waved one of the coins from the movie, a so-called Silver Circle, at the chairman.

Read the transcript here.

It is currently not known if Ron Paul plans on endorsing the movie.


  • Sure it does. It drives up the demand for gold and that improves the value of the commodity. Those who already have invested heavily in the commodity would become outright disgustingly rich.

  • Trying to directly connect 19th century economic theory to a 21st century market is a recipe for disaster since the situation isn’t the same in the slightest.

  • First of all if the price of gold changes it could be due to the value of gold changing – but also due to the value of money changing. There is no way to tell, even David Ricardo got that idea 200 years ago.
    The only thing we certainly know is that under the gold standard the US had way better price stability and also less volatility in price level changes (as well as more stable outputs).

  • Yes it does.

  • A gold standard does not help people owning gold. That’s a ridiculous statement.

  • The question is not about perfection, it is about practicality. Returning to the gold standard has absolutely no benefit to anyone other then people like Ron Paul who have heavily invested in the gold industry.

  • so the quest for the “perfect money” continues. Or do you have the answer already?

  • I am aware of the concept of mass coservation of matter.

    It still doesn’t make it any better then paper money.

  • “value” is always in the eye of the beholder, that’s not the point.
    Built-in restrictions in quantity are what gives this percieved “value” stability.
    So yes – as you say – the value of paper dolar is just as arbitrary as that of gold…. but NOT it’s quantity… because quantity of gold can’t be changed by pressing a key on a banksters computer.
    Every gold on this planet was created in supernova explosions billions of years ago… that’s when the quantity of gold was SET, for all times!

  • That’s nice. I fail to see how that relates to my point.

  • Its value is arbitrary alright, but not it’s quantity.

  • The thing that makes gold standard enthusiasts so baffling is that the basis of their arguement is that the value of gold is stable, when an actual review of it’s stock price reveals that it fluctuates wildly. We can see this by reading the buisness section of any newspaper for 3 months and charting the changes.

    • Wes Johnston

      The value of gold is stable, the currencies you compare it to fluxuate. Sheesh.

  • The value of any resource fluctuates wildly, which completely undermines the point of basing your economy on gold, silver, iridium, hydrogen or bauxite (stability).

    Guys like Ron paul want people to buy gold less because they actually believe it then because they already have a crap ton of gold stocks and are looking for you to inflate the value of their stocks.

  • The value of gold and silver has NEVER equaled zero….can’t say the same about fiat currency. The premise of the Federal Reserve System is what’s falling apart.

  • St. Nera Pruoy Llik

  • Clown.

  • For Freedom!

  • Yep. Or of course, you could just, study economics. Or wait, am I assuming they can read?

  • Yay! More people on youtube celebrating ignorance of monetary policy! Seriously? Read more. Just read any economics textbook. Any single one will explain why this is bullshit. Please go to the NON-fiction section. And please, for the love of god, stay away from Alex Jones and his nutjobs who are doing the real conspiring (the ones plotting to take down the central bank because they think aliens control it).

  • Is this like being made with Gmod, or some shit?