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|Document Type:||Visual material|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Linda Goldstein Knowlton; Lili Haydn; Ladylike Films (Firm),; Long Shot Factory (Firm),; Ruby Films (Firm),; Docurama (Firm),; New Video Group.
|Language Note:||Primarily in English, with portions in Mandarin or Spanish accompanied by English subtitles; closed-captioned in English.|
|Notes:||Originally released as a motion picture in 2011.
Special features (Disc 1]: deleted and extended scenes, interviews with adoption professionals, theatrical trailer.
|Credits:||Editor, Katie Flint ; directors of photography, Nelson Hume & Christine Burill ; music, Lili Haydn.|
|Performer(s):||Anna, Haley, Fang [Lee], Jenna [Cook], Run-Yi.|
|Awards:||Los Angeles International Film Festival 2011, official selection; HotDocs 2011, Sundance Channel Audience Award; Milwaukee Film Festival 2011, Jury Prize, Best Documentary.|
|Description:||2 videodiscs (approx. 88 min.) : sound, color ; 4 3/4 in.|
|Details:||DVD, NTSC, all regions ; Dolby Digital stereo.|
|Contents:||[Disc 1]. Feature film (ca. 88 min.) ; bonus features --
[Disc 2]. Bonus film: Beyond somewhere between : a guide for parents, educators and adoptees (ca. 44 min.)
|Responsibility:||Ladylike Films presents a film by Linda Goldstein Knowlton ; directed and produced by Linda Goldstein Knowlton ; Long Shot Factory ; produced by Ruby Films, LLC.|
Presents the experiences of four teenage girls of Chinese birth adopted by families in the U.S. Examines questions of race and identity of the adoptees. The young women profiled investigate their origins.
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Educational Media Reviews Online (1)
(EMRO user published 2015-03-16 )
An adoptive mother created this documentary project, Somewhere Between, as a means of helping her daughter gain some understanding of cultural identity when she got older. The film serves to provide some understanding of the complexity of transnational identity through adoption, and the struggle...
- Adoptees -- United States -- Biography.
- Adoptees -- China -- Biography.
- Adoption -- United States.
- Intercountry adoption -- China.
- Intercountry adoption -- United States.
- Interracial adoption -- United States.
- Intercountry adoption.
- Interracial adoption.
- United States.