After a successful screening organized by Families with Children from China in Toronto, The Invisible Red Thread is going international.
The upcoming screening is in the state of Washington during Chinese Heritage Camp at Camp Casey on Whidbey Island. The Camp is geared toward children with Chinese heritage, and is a camp experience for the entire family. As part of the weekend’s activities FCC NorthWest, is organizing the screening event under the lead of its board member, Lara Peterson.
The screening will be held on Saturday at 9:30 am in the main auditorium. Families who wish to attend must register between 7:30 and 9:00 on site at the camp.
A special guest, David Wing-Kovarik, Executive Director of Families Like Ours will be present at the screening to moderate a panel. His organization helps pre & post adoptive families through adoption resources, support, education and advocacy. We’re told that camp attendees are looking forward to the film and the ensuing discussion.
Want to organize a screening at your festival, conference organization, school or library? Contact us!