Sep 26 2012
Somewhere Between tells the intimate stories of four Chinese girls who are born to families who are unable to keep them. Instead of being raised by their biological parents the baby girls are given to orphanages and eventually adopted by American families. Somewhere Between lets four girls tell their own stories, from their point of view. We gain access to their deepest thoughts—about their families, their feelings of being an “other,” and their powerful connections to a past that most of them cannot recall. Directed by adoptive parent Linda Goldstein Knowlton.
(The film will be screening in Seattle Oct. 19-Oct. 25, but this AAAW event is for Oct. 19.)
Join member’s of AAAW for the opening night on Friday Oct 19th and participate in an open forum Q&A with film producer Pat Verducci. After the film, we’ll pick a nearby restaurant for a late dinner/drinks.
Tickets are now available to purchase online: http://www.landmarktheatres.com/tickets/default.asp.
Date: Friday October 19
Time: 7:15pm (Meet in the theater lobby at 7:00 p.m. to sit with other AAAW-ers)
Location: Varsity Landmark Theatre
4329 University Way NE, Seattle
Cost: Individual cover own cost for ticket and dinner