Director/Producer Arthur Kanegis discusses his latest film, ‘The World Is My Country,’ and the many issues affecting the world.
Director/Producer Arthur Kanegis
Arthur Kanegis appeared on Politics Done Right to discuss his new film “The World Is My Country.” But we discussed much more. We discussed many of the issues affecting the world and the role the corporate structure plays in it. Listen to the entire interview. It is well worth it is as Kanegis gets it.
Who is Arthur Kenegis?
Arthur Kenegis is the President of Future WAVE, Inc., a nonprofit organization dedicated to shifting our culture of violence to a culture of peace. He is the Director/Producer of “The World Is My Country,” a film about World Citizen # 1 Garry Davis’s amazing adventures. Prior to producing this feature-length documentary, he produced the award-winning short film on the same subject: “One! The Garry Davis Story”. He wrote an award-winning screenplay for a narrative feature as well. He is the producer of “War Without Winners,” narrated by Paul Newman and filmed by Haskell Wexler – a compelling TV documentary on the nuclear war issue.
Arthur Kanegis researched nuclear war bomb-damage effects at different distances from the epi-center so that the production crew for the 1983 ABC TV special “The Day After” could accurately design the sets. He also produced a PSA with Paul Newman that ABC affiliates ran immediately after the show. The show had the largest TV audience of any made-for-TV film ever — over 100 million in the US and over 200 million in the Soviet Union. Ronald Reagan credits it with convincing him that nuclear war was unwinnable, leading to his negotiating and signing arms-limitation agreements with the Soviet Union.
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