Feb 8, 2013
'Somewhere Between' Documentary May Be Shown in West Hartford
West Hartford resident Dana Gordon, the father of four girls adopted from China is hoping that enough people will be tickets to "Somewhere Between" so that the documentary can be shown at West Hartford's Bowtie Criterion Cinemas at Blue Back Square.
Feb 8, 2013
Filmmaker observes Chinese adoptees with an eye toward her daughter's future
"I am a child stuck between two countries," says 15-year-old Fang "Jenni" Lee in the insightful new documentary "Somewhere Between." Adopted at age 5 and raised in Berkeley, Calif., she is one of roughly 80,000 girls who have come to the U.S. since China first began allowing foreign adoptions in 1992.
Schedule for Everett Film Festival Feb. 8-9
The 16th annual Everett Film Festival kicks off with a gala at 6 p.m. Friday, Feb.
Merlene Davis: Families need help to bring adoption documentary to Lexington
Michael Connor isn't quite sure what issues his two multicultural daughters will face as they come of age, but he is open to learning as much as he can before then.
Movie review: Teens adopted from China open up in 'Somewhere Between'
When filmmaker Linda Goldstein Knowlton and her husband adopted from China, she realized her infant daughter would someday want to know more about her home country.