ZVideo Productions is a components of Z Communications. It encompasses videos we have taken at events and at talks or that we have generated with guests at our premises.
The videos span all kinds of topics, address places, present analyses, and offer vision and strategy. We are not a major producer of Hollywood movies but we strive not only for relevant and insightful content – rather unlike Hollywood – but also for quality production, not quite on Hollywood scale, but very suitable for the materials offered.
We have roughly 100 individual videos available. Here are a few of them, to indicate the breadth of focus, and to provide an inducement to visit the store where you can see all of them, with covers and descriptions, grouped by topic, or by author – for example, all the ones by Chomsky, or all the ones about Race, and so on:
Session 1 covers the responsibility of intellectuals, scholars, and journalists. Runtime 55 minutes.
The Chomsky Sessions
In February 2010, Noam Chomsky visited the Z offices in Woods Hole, Massachusetts for a […]
– Five DVD Set –
In February 2010, Noam Chomsky visited the Z offices in Woods Hole, Massachusetts for a five-hour interview with Z staff member Michael Albert on various topics, including: the responsibility of […]
In this talk from the Z Media Institute, Brian Tokar discusses the consequences of warming, the environmental destruction inherent in our political-economic system, and the revolutionary movement required to build […]
Session 4 covers the political system, ecology, racism/sexism, and fighting City Hall. Runtime 55 minutes.
The Chomsky Sessions
In February 2010, Noam Chomsky visited the Z offices in Woods Hole, Massachusetts for […]
A Left Forum panel with Tod Ensign (Citizen Soldier), Aiden Delgado (Iraq war veteran), Jose Vasquez (Army reserve), & Geoffrey Millard (Iraq Veterans Against the War). This session includes moving […]
Naomi Klein focuses on the anti-capitalist globalization movement and the many courageous acts of global resistance to “take down fences.” Waldon Bello presents his principles for a “deglobalization” movement based […]
Participatory Politics — organizaional structures for Participatory Democracy and the political couterpart to Participatory Economics)
Stephen R. Shalom teaches political science at William Patterson University and is a long-time contributor to […]
Michael Albert’s “testimony” at this World Social Forum panel covers the broad general outlines of the values we might want in an alternative economy: solidarity, self-management, diversity, equity, and efficiency, […]
Manning Marable, Keesha Middlemass, Laurent Alfred, Adolphus Belk, & Reverend Sekou speak about the “criminal injustice” system.
Participants on this Left Forum panel argue that there is no meaningful public discussion […]
Panelsists include: Imani Henry, Betita Martinez, Mia Mingus, Suzanne Pharr, Loretta Ross, and Andrea Smith.
This plenary from the historic first United States Social Forum (held in June-July 2007) addresses the […]
Four attorneys specializing in civil rights, human rights, and constitutional law discuss civil liberties violations since 9/11, domestic spying, presidential power grabs (especially Presidential Signing Statements), and the renewal of […]