"Citizen Clark... A Life Of Principle Is a glimpse into one man's life and the many lives he has touched, people of varying gender, creed, color, and nationality both historically known and unknown. From JFK, Dr. King, Leonard Peltier, to name just a few and others mostly unknown, victims of injustice, civil and human rights abuses. In America and the world-at-large, Ramsey Clark, former Attorney General of the United States has made himself accessible, literally opening his apartment door and traveling the globe in pursuit of justice for all, the oppressed and the downtrodden regardless of their social or financial status. He stands as a beacon of hope to victims of injustice the world over. The hope that Justice and equality will someday prevail.  Ramsey's life and this documentary are a source of inspiration for today's youth and a portrait of courage for others to follow for generations to come."


                                                                                                                             Frank Serpico/former NYPD Detective

Citizen Clark... A Life of Principle

“Last night I saw a path-changing film, "Citizen Clark... A Life of Principle."  When I saw this film, I was left awe-struck for what it could accomplish in the souls and minds of those who see it. It is about resurrecting the often-latent humanity within us all, that deep-seated root of compassion that our society has glossed over with their need for wars and materialism and entertainment. I am not a Buddhist or a Hindu, as you know, but I do believe Buddhists, Hindus, Christians, Muslims and atheists will find a pulse of their own in this. I am a Christian - but believe not in religion but in the vitality of being Christ-like, and Ramsey Clark's life evinces one of the most remarkable Christ-like wars against abuse, cold-heartedness, and violence that I have ever witnessed - indeed, his adherence to principle of character is what sets him apart from so many others. He is an inspiration for sticking true to the truth in the innermost temple of your spirit.”

                                                                                                                                   Dianna Lefas/Playwright

A feature documentary film by Joseph C. Stillman currently in development and production