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After making the film The Invisible Red Thread, it was clear that Vivian and Shuming were both bright and kind girls, with great potential in many ways. Throughout the documentary, we grew to knew our characters and now regularly keep … Continue reading
This Sunday there will be a special screening of The Invisible Red Thread at The Center for East Asian Studies at Kansas University at the Lawrence Arts Center. It will be followed by a panel discussion, with three specials guests: … Continue reading
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
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
FCC Toronto (Families with Children from China) is hosting a special sneak-preview screening of The Invisible Red Thread, three weeks before its Canadian broadcast premiere! This special screening taking place Sunday May 27, 2012 at 2 p.m. at the S. … Continue reading
Flash back to Saturday July 28th: It’s one day before Eve, Hubert and Vivian -the Canadian family we’re following on their odyssey to China – is set to board the plane to Beijing. The Canadian crew is ready to film … Continue reading