Atlanta Video Production. DSV Video and Film has a well-earned reputation for having excellent client relations, being reasonably priced, and staying technologically state-of-the art. Whether you're looking for a corporate image video, a dramatic production with actors, a product rollout, TV commercial, educational, or interactive DVD, call on a company that takes pride in its award-winning work. Every project receives our on-budget guarantee!
DSV Video & Film Productions specializes in productions that explore and explain legal issues. We have worked extensively with agencies such as the Georgia Administration of the Courts, the Institute of Continuing Judicial Education, the Commission on Professionalism, The Supreme Court of the State of Georgia, the Council for Superior Court Judges, and the South Carolina Administrative Office of the Courts.
Working with committees of judges and lawyers, Mr. Sperling has researched and written numerous legal issue videos. For example, he researched, scripted, and directed, "The Case of the Silent Alarm" for the Commission on Professionalism. This study of professionalism issues, which has been used for continuing legal education, required research into complex areas of the law, where misconduct on a lawyer's part would be considered unprofessional, unethical or illegal.
Dan Sperling also wrote, produced and directed, "Let Justice Be Done" for the Administrative Office of the Courts; a work featuring dramatic scenarios that explore ethnic, racial, gender, and cultural bias in the courts. Mr. Sperling also wrote and produced, "Honoring Your Trust. Earning Your Confidence." for the State Bar of Georgia to help overcome common negative perceptions about the legal profession. He also researched and scripted, “Georgia Bailiffs: Diplomats in a Multicultural Society” as on-the-job training for Georgia bailiffs.
Mr. Sperling believes that his knowledge of and sensitivity to legal issues make him a perfect candidate to produce your legal issue video. Consider the broad range and number of in-depth videos we've already produced for the legal community:
Ethics and professional issues for lawyers and judges . “The Case of the Blue Lagoon Night Club” and the “Judicial District Professionalism Project” explore hypothetical situations in which lawyers and judges behave unprofessionally, unethically, and even illegally; and also deal with the process for disciplining them.
Productions such as, “Let Justice Be Done” explore the potential for racial, ethnic, gender, and cultural biases within our court system and how to vigilantly guard against them, or even their perception.
Instructional films for law school students and professionals who are continuing their legal education . We have produced many videos that deal with practical issues of concern for those practicing law, such as ethics and professionalism issues, as well as actual courtroom cases shot and edited multi-camera style.
Instructional videos which inform ordinary citizens about their rights and responsibilities as citizens, for example, informational videos about what is required as a guardian of a minor, or as a guardian of an incapacitated adult; and how to conduct oneself should you choose to represent yourself in magistrate or probate court.
Promotional image and historic archival productions for the State Bar of Georgia . “Honoring Your Trust, Earning Your Confidence” which portrays Georgian lawyers as dedicated, genuine, community minded individuals, helped to combat negative perceptions about the legal community. The “Sesquicentennial Celebration” captured a live theatrical performance, which marked 150 years that the State Bar has been in operation. Mr. Sperling is currently producing a video exploring the origin and development of the historic State Bar of Georgia Building.
Training materials for professional development. Mr. Sperling wrote and directed, “Georgia Bailiffs: Diplomats in a Multicultural Society”, which instructs Georgia bailiffs how to perform their many roles in court, and teaches how vitally important it is for them to avoid ethnic, racial or gender bias in the court, or even its perception.
Video materials to support legal programs and judicial initiatives. As part of the ongoing, “Dome & Gavel” project, an initiative to improve the working relationships between Superior Court Judges and members of the legislature, DSV Video & Film produced supporting media for the program, including a welcoming introduction to the Dome and Gavel initiative, an interview with drug court graduates, a segment on the importance of informational integration within our court system, and a dramatization highlighting the potential dangers of mandatory minimum sentencing guidelines.
To discuss an upcoming production, call us for a friendly, free consultation at: 678-478-2259, or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org