Excelling in Webcast/Zoom cast productions
Since the advent of the COVID 19 Pandemic, Videocratic Media has produced a range of social justice content for webcast applications and online gatherings including Courage.org Interfaith Communities United For Justice and Peace (ICUJP), AssangeDefense.org, and the Leonard I. Beerman Foundation for Social Justice.
From Gangsta Rap to Julian Assange:
The Criminalization of Art & Journalism
Live Stream Event:
ICUJP 20th Anniversary & Regas
Courageous Peacemaker Awards
Exclusive Interview with Civil Rights era legend
and MLK mentor, Reverend James Lawson
Recently, I had the great honor and privilege to sit down with Civil Rights era legend and MLK mentor, Reverend James Lawson, one on one, in the sanctuary of the historic Holman United Methodist Church in the West Adams district of Los Angeles. Working on behalf of the Rabbi Leonard Beerman Foundation for Peace and Justice https://www.beermanfoundation.
Exclusive in-depth interview with Pentagon Papers
whistleblower Daniel Ellsberg
Late last year just as the onset of Covid19, Videocratic Media owner Robert Corsini met with and conducted an in-depth interview with Pentagon Papers whistleblower Daniel Ellsberg, on behalf of the Los Angeles Committee in Defense of Julian Assange and Freedom of the Press.
This newly edited piece was created for the upcoming ZoomCast by Assange Defense. There's a lot to learn here -- but above all Assange and the Freedom of the Press are under attack. This should concern all Americans independent of political stripe.
Honoring Leonard I. Beerman Foundation for Peace and Justice
On Friday, April 9, 2021, the Leonard I. Beerman Foundation for Peace and Justice joined Leo Baeck Temple in celebrating the 100th anniversary of Rabbi Beerman’s birth.
A special Friday evening Shabbat service was followed by the Foundation’s Centennial Celebration, culminating in the presentation of our third Social Justice in Action Award to the Reverend James M. Lawson. Jim Lawson, a close friend, and ally of Leonard’s in the struggle for peace and justice is one of the legends of the Civil Rights Movement who tirelessly continues his activism to this day.
Reverend Lawson is one of the greatest teachers of the principle of nonviolence as the source of progressive social change.
The video was a Videocratic Media production.
It was August of 2018 and it was yet another scorching summer all around the globe. I was on the road working on a feature documentary project about resurgent anti-semitism that was released last year, “HateAmongUs“.
My trajectory of human despair and mayhem took me and my crews to London, Paris, Berlin, Tel Aviv, Jerusalem, Los Angeles, New York, Washington DC and Charlottesville. Everywhere we went to film, it seemed like it was 95 degrees, with one-hundred percent humidity. Brutal weather for a brutal subject — in a way it was a real-life Dante’s Inferno, connecting human hatred from the past, to the anxious present we now live on planet earth.
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'WARRIORS OF THE HEART:
Women Wage Peace'
Independent Documentary Series
Since 2016 Videocratic Media and the Jerusalem Prayer Project have teamed up to tell intimate stories of grassroots peacemakers in the Holy Land, Palestinians and Israelis, Jews, Muslims and Christians and their protracted struggles in the midst of occupation.
The first episode in the 'Warriors of the Heart' series tells the story of the 'Women Wage Peace' movement in Israel and Palestine, born in the aftermath of the Gaza/Israel war in 2014, and how today it has grown to 50,000 members in cities and towns across Israel and Palestine.
Hate Among Us'
In March of 2018, in response to exploding acts of anti-Semitism around the world, Associated Television International contracted with Videocratic Media to develop and produce a feature documentary on the frightening trend harkening back to the darkest days leading to WWII and the rise of Nazi Germany. Videocratic Media and Robert Corsini were tasked with producing and field directing expert interviews and personal stories of recent victims of anti-Semitism in Jerusalem, Tel Avi, Paris, Berlin, London, Washington DC, Charlottesville, New York, and Los Angeles. The result of this two-year journey is the feature documentary, 'Hate Among Us', currently entering worldwide distribution.