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An Honourable Mention at the Columbus International Film + Video Festival

Receiving an honour at a festival is always a nice way to start off the New Year.  So we’re delighted to announce that “The Invisible Red Thread” has received an honourable mention at the Columbus International Film + Video Festival … 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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What’s it Like? Vivian and Family’s Experiences On The Big Screen

Deciding to be in a documentary is not an easy decision. But once you’ve committed and been filmed, another challenge await : the film’s release. Suddenly everything you did and said is now up for everyone to see on the … Continue reading

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Screening and Q & A in Southwestern Ontario This Week!

The Invisible Red Thread is playing this week in Southwestern Ontario: The Bamboo Bunch from the Brant, Wellington and Waterloo regions is holding a screening on Thursday, July 26 at 7:00 pm at the Knox Presbyterian Church (map below). After … Continue reading

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Co-Directing Across Two Continents – Now It’s the Chinese Crew’s Turn

On the morning of Sunday August 9th, Toronto cameraman, James Klopko, filmed Vivian and her father Hubert’s last hours with Vivian’s mother, Eve. They stuffed some final items into suitcases and drove to Pearson airport. It was an emotional goodbye … Continue reading

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Wanted : Brave Family Willing to Be In Our Documentary . . .

With the large number of girls who have been adopted into families across China, you think it wouldn’t be hard to find one girl and family for an on-screen meeting with Vivian, our Canadian adopted teen. After all, we reasoned, … Continue reading

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