Somewhere Between: Post-Screening Discussion





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Published on Jul 12, 2012

The Year of China hosted a screening of the film, Somewhere Between, on April 25. Immediately following the screening, there was a Q&A with director and producer Linda Goldstein Knowlton '87 as well as Jenna Cook and Jenni Lee, two college students featured in the film.

Somewhere Between examined what it is like to come-of-age as a trans-racial adoptee in today's America, as seen through the eyes of four of the 79,562 adopted girls from China. Through the voices of these young women, we will see not just their lives, but our own, reflected back to us - whether we are adoptive families or not. Somewhere Between starts a dialogue about what we see, who we are, and the changing face of the American family.

More about the filmmaker:
Before directing her current award-winning documentary Somewhere Between, Linda Goldstein Knowlton championed and produced the award-winning film Whale Rider, directed by Niki Caro, and produced the Lasse Hallstrom-directed The Shipping News, as well as films Mumford and Crazy in Alabama. Her documentary, Somewhere Between, was selected by The Sundance Institute and the President's Committee on the Arts and Humanities to join a slate of ten films that will screen at eight domestic and international locations in addition to a special presentation at UNESCO.

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