Marina and the West Point Band and Cadet Glee Club
Unity Through Diversity
VCI will produce and direct this special at West Point on September 25th. Marina is an award winning classical pianist and composer from Yugoslavia who gained European fame with her dramatic music and performances. Over 300,000 fans attended her last European concert tour. She has come to the US and teamed up with the finest orchestral brass band and chorus in a selection of patriotic and original songs that combine classical techniques with symphonic brass and voice.
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Peter Cetera and the Cleveland Pops Orchestra
Hot Ice, Cool Sounds
VCI joins Steve Disson as show co-producer and also tv producer and director for this live show on October 18, 2008, at the Chevrolet Center in Youngstown, Ohio. Featuring ex-Olympic figure skaters doing routines to the music of Chicago and holiday favorites. Show will air on NBC on Christmas Day, between 3-5pm.
Read the PRESS RELEASE announcing the Concert.
Cyprus Still Divided
VCI is in production for a documentary on the current Cyprus situation. VCI has made two trips to Cyprus and conducted countless interviews in New York and Washington in attempting to document ths history leading to the illegal Turkish invasion and the subsequent attempts by a failed United States foreign policy to rectify the situation. To be distributed by Detroit Public Television in 2009.
Jimmy The Greek - Buried But Not Dead
George Veras and Gary Paul Gates submitted a proposal to ESPN three years ago to do an in depth documentary on the life of Jimmy the Greek. ESPN has selected this documentary as part of its 30/30 series. Fritz Mitchell is the producer and Veras and Gates are the consulting producers. VCI has produced award winning documentaries "Sportscasters Behind the Mike" for HISTORY CHANNEL, three Sports Centurys and Beyond (Lou Gehrig, Greg Norman and Arnold Palmer) and for PBS "TIght on the Spiral" behind the scenes at NFL Films. Interviews with Brent Musburger, Larry King, Dan Rather, Al Davis, Anthony Snyder, and former CBS Sports President, Neal Pilson