IAP produces video on the Uyghur genocide in China.
January, 15, 2021 Description: IAP produced "Stolen and Silenced: The CCP's Genocide of the Uyghurs" for the organization, Committee on the Present Danger China. The mini-doc is a 12-minute look at the crimes being committed by the Chinese government against Uyghur communities in the Xinjiang province of northwest China. The documentary includes emotional personal testimony from two Uyghurs living outside the Washington D.C. area (Ferkat and Kalbinur). The video clues you into the future (and present) threats to freedom not only in China but globally. Two weeks ago Sec. of State Pompeo and the U.S. State Dept. declared the CCP's treatment of the Uyghurs to be genocide. A week later, Sec. of State Blinken and the new administration concurred with the designation.
Christians in the Mirror available on Amazon.
September 15, 2020 Amazon Prime is now offering Christians in the Mirror.
IAP’s new logo and website
IAP unveils its new logo and website.
Enduring Catholic Faith in Georgia
March 3, 2020 In Altum Productions and the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops produced this short video on the beautiful faith of the people of the Eastern European country of Georgia. Through the eyes of one young Georgian woman, Nino, the video highlights the courage of a group of Catholics in the village of Arali to keep their faith alive during years of persecution. Their courage helped bring about an opportunity for future generations to live in a country where their faith could be strengthened, lived out and shared.
Christians in the Mirror Screens in Toronto
February 27, 2020 Sponsored by the Newman Center Catholic Mission and the Equestrian Order of the Holy Sepulcher of Jerusalem, a screening of Christians in the Mirror took place on February 27 in Toronto. Filmmaker Jordan Allott was present for Q and A after the screening.
Dr. Oscar Biscet and Jordan Allott write for the Washington Examiner
February, 25, 2020 Jordan Allott’s piece for the Washington Examiner includes part of his conversation with Dr. Oscar Elías Biscet, one of Cuba’s most prominent opposition leaders and former political prisoner, about the consistent praise Bernie Sanders has heaped on Cuba’s Communist Regime. Dr. Oscar Elias Biscet Gonzalez spoke to Mr. Allott from his home in Havana, “Sanders claims to be a socialist, but he has not lived socialism. Sanders touts the benefits of the Castro regime, but he does not know or truly understand the repressive and criminal nature of this regime.”
IAP filming in Guatemala
February, 23, 2020 IAP had the opportunity to film stories of inspiring entrepreneurs in rural Guatemalan communities.
Jordan Allott Interviewed for Washington Times Podcast
January 2, 2020 Cheryl Chumley of The Washington Times interviews Christians in the Mirror filmmaker Jordan Allott for her podcast, "Bold and Blunt".