Plan to join our "watch party" for a special Barker virtual movie night for adoptive families!
The highly acclaimed documentary "Found in Korea," follows Meggin Nam Holtz, filmmaker, and Korean adult adoptee, as she journeys back to her birth country searching for her culture, roots, and birth parents. Join us virtually on Saturday, February 27, 2021, from 6:00 to 8:30 PM ET. Attendees will also have an opportunity to participate in a special Q & A with the filmmaker, Meggin Nam Holtz following the movie. Register by February 12, 2021, to receive via mail, your Barker Movie Box.
More About This Event
Meggin Nam Holtz created this engaging movie, "Found in Korea" to catalyze conversations about adoption. The film explores search, culture, and multiple aspects of adoptive identity. Although it is based on a Korean adoptee's experiences, it is relevant to all families who have adopted and adult adoptees. This film is appropriate and meaningful for adoptive families with children ages ten and up. We recommend that families watch this movie together to stimulate discussion about adoption.
Date: Saturday, February 27, 2021
Time: 6:00 - 8:30 PM ET
Where: Virtually via Zoom
In addition to viewing the movie, the registration fee includes:
- A unique link to access the movie from any of your devices.
- The opportunity to meet and interact with other families throughout the evening.
- A special introduction by filmmaker Meggin Nam Holtz and live Q & A following the documentary.
- A Movie Night Family Fun Bag - Barker will mail a package with popcorn, snacks (and some fun surprises) to every family that registers by February 12, 2021.
This adoptive family movie night is open to the adoption community regardless of your connection with Barker. Please feel free to forward this event to family or friends who may benefit from attending. We look forward to seeing you on Saturday, February 27!