About VM And Our Founder

Videocratic Media (VM) is a nonfiction content development company based in Los Angeles and owned by Executive Producer Robert Corsini. It commits to telling a wide range of stories, focusing on art, culture, social activism, inclusivity, environmental awareness, First Amendment issues, and grassroots politics.

Robert has over thirty years of experience in the nonfiction, news, and documentary industries.

VM collaborates with seasoned documentary experts in studios and on location


Since its creation in 2016, VM Executive Producer Robert Corsini has made two human rights-oriented feature documentaries. They are “Architects of Denial” (2018). The film focuses on systemic denialism about recognizing the Armenian genocide. The second is “Hate Among Us” (2020). It tells the timely story of rising anti-Semitism. In Charlottesville in 2017, people witnessed this hate. There, the violent “Unite the Right” invaded the city. The film connects this event to violence against Jews worldwide.

VM’s ongoing work focuses on grassroots peacemakers in Israel and Palestine. It aims to update its narratives through the current conflict, and its subjects grapple with chaotic circumstances. Ultimately, the mission is to craft a feature film, “Warriors of the Heart: Peace Makers in the Holy Land”, chronicling nearly a decade of work within grassroots Israeli and Palestinian peace activist organizations.


Robert Corsini filming on location, Hebron, West Bank Palestine

VM has worked with co-directors Doug Blue and Piero F. Giunti for over two years. They are producing an authorized documentary. It is about the fifty-year legacy of the four-time Grammy Award-winning band Los Lobos. Variety recently wrote about the project. We anticipate a 2025 film festival run and subsequent streaming/VOD release.

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Los Lobos performing live with Ozomatli, at The Caverns in Pelham, Tennessee outside Nashville 2023. Photo credit, Piero F. Giunti

ROBERT CORSINI grew up in Los Angeles, attended the University of California, Santa Barbara, and served as a Peace Corps volunteer in Togo, West Africa.

His work has appeared on PBS, NBC, Discovery, TLC, Fox Sports, the CW, and various other broadcast and VOD platforms. In 2000, he released his first independent feature documentary, “Straight From The Streets,” exploring the West Coast Hip-Hop scene after the 1992 civil unrest in Los Angeles.


Robert Corsini, Santa Monica, CA — Disability Rights content

Robert is a member of the ACLU of Southern California’s Board of Directors and currently serves as the President of the Pasadena-Foothills Chapter.

VM is now building its exclusive archive, which includes activist footage and interviews with notable individuals. These include Reverend James Lawson, Daniel Ellsberg, Dolores Huerta, Julian Assange, Melina Abdullah, and numerous rights activists from Israel/Palestine and the world.


VM provides:

  • Producing and consulting services

  • Story research and development

  • Writing

  • Field production

  • Editing (both short and long form)

  • Webinar production and streaming services.

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