This is our shameless self-promotion post. We know that our documentary, “The Invisible Red Thread” is a fantastic resource for high school, college, university and public libraries. But many people don’t realize that they can request that their library order the film.
International adoptee Vivian Lum’s return to China to meet discover her birth place and connect with a locally adopted girl, along with the film’s very personal exploration of the larger social impact of adoption makes it right on target for classes in Asian Studies, Family Studies, Anthropology, Multicultural Studies and Adoption Issues. Our documentary is already being used in libraries and schools in the US, Canada and Australia. So how can institutions order it?
We have a special $199 educational institutional license to allow unlimited group viewings within an institution, including library loans. And to make it affordable for all situations and schools, we can discuss special classroom classroom screenings. If you want to make sure the film is right for your institution, there is a special online password protected site for librarians and educators who’d like to preview the film.
Contact us to request a preview, to order a copy or with any other questions.