Friday, August 17, 2012

Somewhere Between - Film

Since the institution of China’s “one child” policy in 1979, some 80,000 Chinese girls have been adopted by American families. Prompted by her own adoption of a daughter, filmmaker Linda Goldstein Knowlton probes these adoptees’ experiences through a portrait of four remarkable Chinese-American teenagers on a journey to discover their pasts, returning to China to find their birth parents.

On Monday August 27 Spence-Chapin Services and FCC will host a special screening of 'Somewhere Between' at: IFC Center
323 Ave. of Americas at W. 3rd St.
New York, 10014

Director Linda Goldstein Knowlton and Rita Taddonio, LCSW, director of the Spence-Chapin Adoption Resource Center (ARC), will lead an engaging Q&A about the film and the issues it unveils— race, gender and stereotypes.


For More Information and to part of this night, please contact: or
call 212-360-0275 or
order tickets online:

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