Blair Treu is an American film director. He directed Little Secrets and Wish Upon a Star. More recently he has teamed up with Brigham Young University (BYU) professor Stephan F. Duncan, KBYU-TV and BYU TV to create Real Families, Real Answers. He graduated from BYU with a bachelor's degree in theatre in 1985.
Treu is the writer and director of Meet the Mormons, a feature-length documentary produced by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (LDS Church) that was released October 10, 2014. He previously directed Called to Serve, a film about LDS Missionaries, created with the same general format, in about 1985.
- 1995 — Just Like Dad — Director
- 1996 — The Paper Brigade — Director
- 1996 — Wish Upon a Star — Director
- 2000 — The Brainiacs.com — Director
- 2000 — Phantom of the Megaplex — Director
- 2001 — Little Secrets — Director
- 2007 — The Last Day of Summer — Director
- 2014 — Meet the Mormons — Director
- 2014 — "Glorious" (David Archuleta music video) — Director
- Weaver, Sarah Jane (August 19, 2014). "LDS Church announces feature-length documentary, 'Meet the Mormons'". Deseret News.
- Walch, Tad (October 28, 2014), 'Meet the Mormons' an example of church efforts to portray 'lived experience' of real members, Deseret News
- Taylor, Scott (November 15, 2008), 'Real Families' and real answers: BYU-produced 'reality' TV show blends families, scholarly insights, LDS Church News
- "Blair Treu: Award-Winning Feature Film Director", Director Profiles, LDSFilm.com (Thomas C. Baggaley), n.d., retrieved 2014-10-29
- Blair Treu at the Internet Movie Database
- Credit List (2002), LDSFilm.com — includes information about the church projects he has worked on