A great, and relatively short (30 min) documentary by the National Inflation Association, back in 2009. Even though it's a bit dated now, I strongly recommend this video as a basic introduction as to what hyperinflation is. I'll post more recent videos later, but this is a great intro crash course. I also recommend you check out their other videos on their channel, and their website:
These are recent graphs of our current money supply and national debt levels. As you can see, since 2008, the money supply has more or less doubled in just 3 years. It doesn't take a genius to understand that this level of immediate growth is unstable, and will undoubtedly have serious consequences in future years, especially when the dollar looses its status as the worlds reserve currency... but that's another topic for another day.