Scott Blanding

A life-long film lover, Scott gradually combined his concern for social justice with his passion for film and communication. Most notably was Women in War Zones, (Best Documentary, 2009 Philadelphia Film Festival and Cinefest) a documentary he shot and directed with Brad about two victims of sexual violence that undergo medical treatment at Panzi Hospital in the eastern region of the Democratic Republic of Congo.

After growing up in Roanoke, VA, Scott pursued filmmaking in Nicaragua, the Czech Republic and the USA, where he graduated from Temple University in Philadelphia, PA. In between filmmaking, Scott actively responded to the needs in his local community through teaching Algebra in Philadelphia city schools.

Scott now lives in LA, where he serves as a reservist in the Marines and produces with Made Known Pictures.

A Film By Congo Voice

Camp Zulu – ECC

CovenantKids Congo

American Foundation for Children with AIDS

Village Enterprise

CovenantKids Congo

Congo Voice Micro Finance