Brad Lichtenstein is an accomplished filmmaker and the founder and president of 371 Productions. With a wealth of experience in the film industry, Brad has produced several documentaries, VR projects, and apps that tackle pressing social issues such as gun violence, racial injustice, and healthcare disparities.
Brad's most recent film, When Claude Got Shot, premiered in 2021 at the SXSW film festival, and he is currently directing American Reckoning, a doc for Frontline exploring the murder of Black individuals by police officers in America. 371 Productions is also in pre-production on a doc about epilepsy and health care disparities, and editing a doc for Participant about a football team made up of kids from two schools, one predominantly white and the other Black.
Brad's company, 371 Productions, has always been a trailblazer in the industry when it comes to diversity and inclusion, and this has been reflected in their staff. The company won the 2020 Milwaukee Business Journal diversity award.
With a PhD. in Philosophy from New York University and a BA in Philosophy from the University of Vermont, Brad has always been passionate about using creative storytelling to drive social change.