Film

Every day, non-profits and other good cause organizations make a tremendous impact on our world. But despite their amazing contributions, many often lack the resources for high-quality video services that would enable them to share their amazing work with a wider audience, expanding their outreach efforts to affect even more lives. 

At Visual Anarchy we are passionate about empowering non-profits and under-represented communities with free professional quality video and design to help them tell their stories in their own words, share their truths, and reach more people with their missions of good will.  Leveling the playing field, one video at a time.

Educate

We also believe deeply that people should be able to create and share their own stories. Visual Anarchy works with local communities and schools to help teach the basics of video production, as well as investigative documentary film work. We teach camerawork, lighting, quality sound production, researching & interviewing documentary subjects, and virtually all other aspects of video production. In addition to instruction and hands-on training, we have also created RACK FOCUS, a podcast designed to deconstruct “all things video” though interviews with talented filmmakers and crew members around the planet.

Create

We are currently releasing our first feature documentary The Invisible Class. The Invisible Class explores what it truly means to be homeless in America, challenging stereotypes and examining the systemic causes of mass homelessness in the wealthiest nation in the world. From coast to coast the film is a day in the life of homelessness across America.

Visual Anarchy is currently partnering with homeless service agencies throughout The United States and creating a national screening campaign to educate audiences, inspire calls to action, and empower homeless organizations and homeless people overall.