ALLOTT, Jordan

Jordan AllottJordan Allott is a documentary filmmaker, founder of In Altum Productions and media advisor to In Defense of Christians. Jordan has filmed projects in over 25 countries, from China and Syria to Nigeria and Cuba, with themes ranging from international human rights and American politics to Catholic spirituality. 
In 2009, Jordan went into Cuba to film a documentary about Dr. Oscar Biscet, a Castro dissident and human rights advocate. ​Oscar’s Cuba​ screened across Europe, the U.S., and South America. More recently, Jordan’s international human rights work has focused on the Middle East, with many trips to Egypt, Lebanon, Syria and Iraq. His latest film,​ Our Last Stand, highlights the heroic struggle of Christians to survive in their ancestral homeland of Syria and Iraq. 
Jordan and his work have been seen on Fox News, EWTN News, and CNN International. He has co-produced projects with the U.S State Department, the George W. Bush Institute, and the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops, among others. He has also written opinion pieces for National Review and the Weekly Standard, and he is a 2012 National Review Institute Fellow. Jordan received a B.A. in Political Science, Philosophy and Film from the University of Wisconsin-Madison, and resides in Virginia.