LibertyFlix is a program of E Pluribus Unum Films, recognized by the IRS as a 501c3 nonprofit organization, and formed for the purpose of educating the public on principles of economics and freedom.
Conrad Denke is President of E Pluribus Unum Films and CEO and owner of the Victory Studios both in Los Angeles and Seattle. He has been in the film and video business for over 30 years. As a producer, Denke has worked in several arenas including documentaries, corporate, children’s programming, TV talk shows, and feature length motion pictures. He was one of the originators and a producer on a national series of public affairs documentaries for PBS entitled “National Desk”. Denke formed E Pluribus Unum Films to produce market-oriented documentary and dramatic programming for theatrical and television distribution, and to pursue other economic education efforts.
Gregory F. Rehmke is Program Director for Economic Thinking, launched as a program of E Pluribus Unum Films In August 2003, to combine a successful series of workshops and publications for students with website and multimedia outreach on economics and public policy issues. Greg speaks on economic issues all over the world, primarily educating young people on principles of economics and public policy.
Margaret Connelly does web design and management for both LibertyFlix.com and EconomicThinking.org. She has a bachelor’s degree in Physics from the University of Washington, and has been in software development for many years.
LibertyFlix promotes the educational benefit of viewing movies and documentaries that deal with issues of freedom, both economic and political.
Economic Thinking/E Pluribus Unum Films
2247 15th Avenue West, Seattle, WA 98119
We are a 501(c)3 non-profit.