Documentary on Korean Adoptions

Borders and Bridges

Deann Borshay Liem’s Kickstarter for her newest documentary Geographies of Kinship has 71 hours and less than $5,000 to go…if you haven’t checked it out already, you should!  If you have, consider upping your contribution to make this last milepost!

Since first hearing about this documentary, I’ve been watching the response in the adoptee community and feeling so incredibly proud of the groundswell of support. The list of outreach supporters for this film is huge, and reflects the diversity of the Korean adoptee community across the US and Europe. Nearly 500 people have backed this project.

As I prepare for my own journey back to Korea this September, I’ve been thinking a lot about how valuable it’s been to have my story reflected in film and literature. Discovering Deann’s previous films First Person Plural and In the Matter of Cha Jung Hee were important moments for me as…

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  1. Darcy Pavlack says:

    OMG Lu!!! What a loving insight into some of you family adventures!!!

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