Videocratic Media are expert storytellers

Videocratic Media (VM) is a Los Angeles-based nonfiction content development, production, and post-production company emphasizing social justice, conflict resolution, and multicultural artistic expression.

Since 2016, VM Executive Producer Robert Corsini has developed and produced feature documentaries. They are on resurgent global anti-Semitism, called “Hate Among Us”, and the Armenian genocide, called “Architects of Denial.”

Videocratic Media is currently developing and producing two feature documentary projects: “Los Lobos Native Sons”, about the East Los Angeles rock ‘n’ roll phenomenon, and “Warriors of the Heart: Peacemakers in Times of War”, a decades-long story about grassroots peacemakers in Israel and Palestine.

Videocratic Media has also produced hours of live-stream content for groups like the Courage Foundation and Assange Defense. He has also produced it for Interfaith Communities United for Justice and Peace, Inner City Games/Hollenbeck Youth Center, the American Civil Liberties Union of Southern California, and the LA Progressive online.

For nearly three decades, Robert Corsini has been a nonfiction content producer and documentary filmmaker. He 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 National, NBC, Fox Sports, KABC-TV, Discovery, TLC, the CW, and other broadcast and VOD platforms. In 2000, he released his first indie documentary, “Straight from the Streets.” It focused on the West Coast hip-hop scene after the 1992 LA unrest.

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

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