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Mon, 28 Jul 2014 17:33:59 +0000
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Hi All,

I'm writing from Women Make Movies, the leading nonprofit distributor of films by and about women. I thought the members of this listserv would be interested in our newest release, MULBERRY CHILD, a captivating educational resource that Roger Ebert calls a "powerful and touching film, 3 (1/2) ***s." MULBERRY CHILD is a fantastic addition to classrooms, organizations and libraries focused on literature, history, Asian & Chinese Studies and family studies. To celebrate this release, WMM is offering a special promotion of 50% off related Asian Studies titles when you buy MULBERRY CHILD at list price.*

I'm including some additional info on MULBERRY CHILD and the related special offer. Please feel free to contact me with any questions, and thanks as always for supporting independent women filmmakers!



 Winner of the Spirit of Freedom Documentary category at the Bahamas International Film Festival, MULBERRY CHILD is an adaptation to Jian Ping's book, Mulberry Child: A Memoir of China. Ping's memoir tells the tale of her experiences growing up in China during the Cultural Revolution. Written to bridge a growing emotional and cultural disconnect between Jian and her thoroughly Americanized daughter Lisa, the book recounts their family's journey of survival, from persecution and banishment to political rehabilitation, and its profound effects on Jian.

Narrated by Jacqueline Bissett, this moving and beautifully shot documentary artfully intertwines on-camera interviews with dramatic re-enactments, archival footage, and rarely seen photos of China under Mao. MULBERRY CHILD offers students and audiences alike a heartfelt window into and a greater understanding of the recent history of China, the Cultural Revolution and its impact on the Chinese and Chinese American immigrants.

A film by Susan Morgan Cooper

2011, 85 minutes, Color, DVD, Chinese, Subtitled

Institutional Price: $395.00

DVD Rental Price: $150.00

K-12, Public Libraries, Community Groups: $89.00

Watch the trailer<>

Buy the DVD<>

*Special Offer - 50% Off Related Collection!*

To celebrate this new release, WMM is offering a 50% discount off any title in our Asian & Asian American Studies Collection<> when you purchase MULBERRY CHILD<> at list price! These exciting titles range from witty explorations of identity to exquisite short dramas, presenting a range of films that tackle multiple issues facing Asian and Asian-American communities today. Use promo code MULCHILS14 to apply your discount.



All orders must be accompanied by an institutional purchase order or Prepayment. Payment may be made by institutional check, money order, or Visa and MasterCard.

Women Make Movies *115 W. 29th Street, Suite 1200, New York, NY 10001*

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Tel: 212.925.0606 x360

Please let me know if you have any questions and thank you for your support!


Amy Aquilino

Women Make Movies

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