In September, Drake Creative produced the live broadcast of the Four Freedoms awards for Roosevelt Institute, from the FDR Presidential Library.
Thinking Out Loud about "Video Production"
A powerful and important special exhibit opens at the FDR Presidential Library and Museum in Hyde Park, NY: BLACK AMERICANS, CIVIL RIGHTS, AND THE ROOSEVELTS, 1932-1962.
Take a minute to watch this short and powerful program about civil rights pioneer and opera singer Marian Anderson. In this program we are lucky to have original video and audio from her performances through the of archival resource, Sherman Grinberg Film Library.
For Women’s History Month, we produced a conversation with two of the National Park Service’s leading experts on the Women’s Rights Movement in a conversation with FDR Presidential Library Director Paul Sparrow to discuss the struggle for women’s equality and suffrage.
Most of the Tuskegee Airmen just wanted to become pilots. They didn’t join the military to become symbols of freedom, and yet their story shines a light on injustice met with dignity and perseverance. Our new animated short tells their story.
Harvey Kaye, Emeritus Professor of Democracy at the University of Wisconsin Green Bay, examines how the Four Freedoms came to define America’s purpose, promise, and responsibility to the world.
Jeff Urbin, FDR Presidential Library’s education specialist, Dean Temple and Alex Tuller attended the Soho International Film Festival this weekend where our animated documentary Everyone Has the Right showed on the two-story tall movie screen as part of the Shorts Program D: SPRING STREET SERIES at the historic Village East Theater in New York City.
Our animated film written, directed and produced for the FDR Presidential Library and Museum will get its New York Theatrical premiere in early October as part of the Soho International Film Festival.
The Roosevelt Story Conversations – “Equality and the Constitution: A Conversation with Kermit Roosevelt III and John Q. Barrett”
In commemoration of the Day of Remembrance (February 19, 2022*), FDR Library Acting Director William Harris talks to historian Greg Robinson, author of several books on Japanese American Incarceration, including: By Order of the President and A Tragedy of Democracy. Directed and produced by Drake Creative.