Left As A Baby In A Ditch, A Canadian Returns To Haiti In Search Of Birth Parents (Screening)

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by Tambay A. Obenson
June 26, 2012 5:45 PM
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Screening for ONE night next month, on July 19th at 6:30pm, at Hot Docs Bloor Cinema in Toronto is former Much Music editor Sonia Godding Togobo's feature documentary about a Haitian woman adopted by white Canadians, who returns to Haiti to find her biological family.

From the press release:

Adopted ID is a gripping, debut film from. The film uncovers Judith Craig’s extraordinary journey as she bravely returns to the impoverished nation of Haiti to find her birth parents. From the poverty-stricken families who’ve given up a child, to the foreign families looking to adopt one, these disparate worlds collide amid her quest to solve the puzzle of her past. With the insights and sounds of pre-earthquake Haiti as a backdrop, these intersecting lives provide a rare and intimate insight into the conditions surrounding transracial adoption.

This will be the film's North American premiere, with a Q&A to follow with the filmmaker, after the screening.

Tickets are $12, and can be pre-purchased at http://www.adoptedid.com.

Watch a preview of the film below:

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  • deedee | June 27, 2012 9:03 PMReply

    I want to see this.

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