‘MADE KNOWN PICTURES‘ OFFER SPECIAL DEAL TO ATC READERS AND SUBSCRIBERS
(Posted 07th October 2016)
Be it tourist boards or private companies, government ministries or individuals with a need to get a professional video produced, here is a unique opportunity to get a rebated deal from one of Africa’s best known production houses.
Made Known Pictures, a California-based video production company opened an office in Khartoum, Sudan this month. To celebrate the opening, Made Known is offering ATC News readers an exclusive 30% discount on all video production services.
Made Known Pictures was founded in 2007 by Scott Blanding and Brad LaBriola with the mission to produce hidden stories that should be made known to a wider audience. They have produced documentaries and promotional videos for the tourism industry, non-profit sector, clothing companies, and tech startups. From successful kickstarter campaigns in Los Angeles to documentary films in Congo, Made Known’s filmmaking has been helping organizations around the world tell their unique story.
Does your organization have a story just waiting to be told? Made Known would love to hear from you!
Made Known’s services include (but are not limited to):
• Story development and scripting
• Virtual Reality/ 360 video
• Short form social media video production
• Video Editing
• Music licensing
• Video Distribution
• PR & Social Media Marketing
For samples of Made Known’s work, please visit www.madeknown.com.
About 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 Sudan, where he is always searching for his next story.
About Brad LaBriola
Brad’s love for storytelling started with books. He is a literary explorer. With the mentorship of Robert Pledge, CEO of Contact Press Images and featured in the Academy Award winning Born Into Brothels, Brad has produced films on four continents in five languages. From 2010 – 2012 Brad earned his MFA at the distinguished UCLA Producers Program. There he had the privilege of mentorship by producers such as Peter Guber (Rain Man), David Hoberman (The Fighter, The Muppets), Barbara Boyle (Phenomenon), Bobby Moresco (Crash, Million Dollar Baby) and Tom Nunan (Crash, The Illusionist). These mentors, some Oscar winners and nominees, have encouraged Brad to enlighten, engage, and inspire change for a better world through filmmaking. Brad’s commitment is to produce deeply-felt stories that bring meaning to the confusion of our lives and renew a sense of wonder in humanity.