Tag Archives: Maureen Marovitch

Small Is Beautiful : How to Organize An Intimate Screening of “The Invisible Red Thread”

Do you think your local group of international adoptee families may be too small to host a screening of our documentary?  Think again!  On February 24, Families with Children from China– Manitoba (FCC Manitoba) will be hosting a screening of … 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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The Filmmakers Go to Camp!

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, … Continue reading

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We’re premiering at the Montreal World Film Festival!

Montreal World Film Festival, here we come! “The Invisible Red Thread” is finally completed and ready to be seen! Our doc will have its world premiere in the ‘Documentaries of the World’ program at this prestigious festival from August 18th … 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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Marie-Claire China Magazine follows Vivian’s journey

Marie-Claire magazine (China) sent a photographer to follow Vivian and her father Hubert as they went on their quest back to Vivian’s birth land. He captured her meeting with Shumin Zhu, a girl who was abandoned much like Vivian was, … Continue reading

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Our editor Catherine

With post-production on our latest doc The Invisible Red Thread now in full swing, we asked our editor Catherine Legault to give us some insider info. Here what she had to say about her process and the job: What were … Continue reading

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Vivian and Shumin: Two months later

How does being filmed impact documentary participants? As filmmakers, we always wonder what the impact will be for the people who agree to be part of our documentary films. The incredible variety of reality TV shows make it seem almost … Continue reading

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IT TAKES A VILLAGE TO EDIT A MOVIE

JUST WHAT GOES ON BEHIND THE CLOSED DOORS OF THE EDITING SUITE? Okay, maybe it doesn’t need a whole village, but it does take a team of some size to gather 40+ hours of filmed, unedited footage and shape it … Continue reading

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