Bettina Gray: Interviews and Media Production

Religions, Power and Violence
[Producer, Director, Music]

13 minute video short produced for the World Council of Churches: Office of Interfaith Relations and Decade to Overcome Violence, with the assistance of the Global Ethics and Religions Forum.  Switzerland, 2004 RPV.htmlRPV.htmlRPV.htmlshapeimage_1_link_0
Spiritual Resources
[Producer, Director, Host]

Live and webcast interviews filmed in Melbourne, Australia at the 2009 World Parliament of Religions.

Parliament of Minds


20 half-hour interviews with the world's leading philosophers filmed at the World Congress of Philosophers in Boston, August 1998. JMT Productions with KTEH, San Jose (PBS).  Released Spring, 1999.

The Creative Mind 
[Interview Host]

Bettina Gray talks with writers Wallace Stegner and Isabel Allende, photographer Ruth Bernard, filmaker Marlon Rigs, choreographer June Watanabe, director and film producer Luis Valdez and other creative artists to discuss the challenges and the rewards of life as an artist. Produced for public television by KQED, San Francisco and aired 1991-1992. Emmy nominated for Outstanding Individual Achievement, 1992.

PRODUCTIONS: The Creative Mind (Emmy nominated 13-part series, PBS, 1991); A Parliament of Souls (27-part series, PBS, VISION-Canada, AFRT-international, 1994); 7th World Religions Congress, New Delhi (JMT/CMM-India, 1995); Climb for Tibet (Wisdom Network, 1997);  A Parliament of Minds (PBS/Wisdom Network, 1999); River of Love (Dharmic Productions, 1999); The View from Malabar (PBS, 2000); The Cost of Cool (Population International, 2001); Memories of Yesterday and Tomorrow (CityVisions 2001); The Hydrogen Age (World Watch Special, 2004); Religions, Power and Violence (WCC Productions, 2004).

Parliament of Souls
[Co-Producer, Host, Music] (selected clips online)

27 half-hour interviews with international religious and spiritual teachers filmed at the Parliament of the World's Religions, 1993. Series aired on PBS, Vision-TV Canada, VISN cable network, and AFN in 140 countries. KQED, PBS also published a companion book and home video.  JMT Productions, 1995.POS_Clips.htmlPOS_Clips.htmlPOS_Clips.htmlPOS_Clips.htmlPOS_Clips.htmlPOS_Clips.htmlshapeimage_4_link_0shapeimage_4_link_1shapeimage_4_link_2shapeimage_4_link_3
Memories of Yesterday and Tomorrow
The late composer, David Sheinfeld talks with Bettina Gray about his life work as a musician and composer. From major 20th century musicians and orchestras, to his love of Einstein, and physics, this fellow of the American Academy of Arts and Letters discuses a wide range of subjects and interests. The half-hour interview was produced for CityVisions, San Francisco, CA. Sheinfeld_Interview.htmlSheinfeld_Interview.htmlSheinfeld_Interview.htmlPhotos/Pages/David_Sheinfeld_Interview.htmlSheinfeld_Interview.htmlshapeimage_5_link_0shapeimage_5_link_1shapeimage_5_link_2