Screening and Live Q & A at Chinese Cultural Camp in Vermont
On Tuesday evening August 21, co-director Maureen Marovitch and co-producer David Finch are heading off to a very special summer camp. While they won’t be pitching a tent, they will be screening “The Invisible Red Thread” for a special audience of families from the North Eastern United States who have adopted children from China.
Watching movies isn’t always on the agenda at Chinese Cultural Camp in Starksboro, Vermont. But along with the traditional camp activities like hiking, swimming and toasting up s’mores, families also gather to learn more about China and its culture. Seeing a film about 15 year old Vivian’s return to her birthplace in China, and the connection she makes with a teenager adopted within China, fits perfectly into those activities.
Marovitch and Finch with have the chance to answer questions after the screening and also spend the next morning connecting with parents and their children. While most families who come to Chinese Culture Camp have adopted children from China, everyone is welcome.
We love to have the film seen around the world! Please contact us if you’d like information about how to set up a screening in your community!