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CUBA'S BLACK SPRING WITH PRODUCER JORDAN ALLOT

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Jordan is founder and the Executive Producer of InAltum Productions, a Washington D.C based film and video production company. Through IAP, Jordan has produced and distributed many documentary projects focused on themes ranging from Catholic spirituality, mountain climbing, spiritual ecumenism and North American and Cuban politics. video documenting an ecumenical pilgrimage across Europe; a film project entitled Women of Mystery, Women of Hope, whichhighlights the beauty and mystery of the religious vocation for women; and a documentary exploring the Catholic Church in Cuba.  In 2010, Jordan and IAP released Oscar’s Cuba, a 60-minute documentary about imprisoned Cuban human rights advocate Dr. Oscar Elias Biscet. Jordan’s work has been seen globally on the Eternal Word Television Network (EWTN), CNN International, Telemundo and Univision and featured by global media outlets. Additionally, Jordan’s work has screened at several film festivals across the United States, including the Washington, D.C. Independent Film Festival and the Pope John Paul II International Film Festival.  Jordan was born in Reading, England and received his B.A. in political science, philosophy and film from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Jordan is also a former community support provider for persons with developmental disabilities.

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