Tag Archives: China

A New Way to View The Invisible Red Thread !

We are pleased to bring to your attention that educational institutions have the option to stream The Invisible Red Thread!  A growing trend on the market, a streaming option may be best for your institution. Depending on your needs, the … Continue reading

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UPDATE: Berkeley Screening a Success!

Last Friday, a small screening of The Invisible Red Thread was held at the University of California Berkeley. The twenty in attendance were a mix of high school and college students, parents, as well as some young children who all … Continue reading

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The Half the Sky Foundation to Screen The Invisible Red Thread at Berkeley University!

  We are very pleased to announce that The Invisible Red Thread will soon be screening at the University of California Berkeley! On Friday April 12th, the Half the Sky Foundation will be holding a screening on campus, free of … Continue reading

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China’s One Child Policy To Change? A CBC Radio Documentary Investigates The Potential Impact

China’s One Child Policy is infamous around the world. It’s been a leading factor in the hundreds of thousands of girls adopted internationally from that country since 1991. But now a Chinese Foundation is urging the Chinese Government to change … Continue reading

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Through The Eyes Of Adoptees: Films To See

Last week Invisible Red Thread co-director/ co-producer Maureen Marovitch was invited to the 2012 Minnesota Transracial Film Festival to show the film. After engaging in spirited Q & A with the audience after the screening, she caught several interesting films … Continue reading

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Vermont Premier at the Common Ground Center

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Thanks to all the people at the Common Ground Center and the Chinese Cultural Camp for their help in making this a successful screening.  A special thanks to One World Library Project. Check out our screenings page to see if there … Continue reading

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Calls for China’s One Child Policy to Be Eased

Researchers call for adjustments of the One-Child Policy (source: Bloomberg News) Since 1979, an undocumented number of infants and small children – numbering at least in the hundreds of thousands -were abandoned or given away in China as the result … Continue reading

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The Changing Worlds of Vivian and Shumin

Just two weeks before our TV broadcast premiere (more details next posting!) the two girls featured in our international adoption documentary continue to grow and mature on opposite sides of the planet. Here’s an update on each of them, and … Continue reading

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Sold Out Screening! Want The Doc in Your City?

This past weekend a sold-out crowd gathered at the S. Walter Stewart Library for a pre-broadcast screening of The Invisible Red Thread in Toronto. The audience was largely composed of parents and children who have gone through the adoption process. … Continue reading

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Editing Room Chaos To Order!

A peek inside the documentary editing process What goes on behind the scenes when you need to take 40 hours of footage and condense it into a coherent one hour documentary? The first step: organizing! Editor Catherine Legault makes cards … Continue reading

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