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Sometimes reality is too complex. Stories give it form."

           -Jean Luc Godard

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November 28, 2022  

The December/January national issue of "AARP-The Magazine" features an article about the inspiration and humble beginnings of the SEA2C Foundation. You can click on the link below to view it.

A huge THANK YOU to Andrea Atkins Hessekiel at AARP for covering this and to Rachel Gregg Galvez for pulling everything together! This is another big step in our mission to change the world one life at a time!

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November 25, 2023 - INTERSECTIONS is selected as a winner for the Cannes World Film Festival.  The final judging for the Cannes World Film Festival concluded and INTERSECTIONS was selected as the WINNER for the category of "Best Inspirational Film".  INTERSECTIONS also finished as a Finalist for the categories of "Best Documentary Feature Film" and "Best Director - Documentary Feature Film".  We are so honored that the stories shared through the INTERSECTIONS Documentary Film Series will allow the voices of the Vietnam War era adoptees, Amerasians, and Veterans to be heard around the world.  We are so humbled to have the opportunity to share these stories as a part of our mission to change the world one life at a time!


Intersections is also an "Official Selection" for the Docs Without Borders International Film festival and judging is still in progress.

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November 17, 2022 -  The INTERSECTIONS Documentary series has advanced to "Finalist" in the Cannes World Film Festival in the categories of "Best Documentary Feature" and "Best Inspirational Story". INTERSECTIONS is now in consideration as a potential Nominee or Winner. Judging is still in progress with results expected to be released in the next few weeks and months.

INTERSECTIONS is an award winning multi-season docuseries that explores the lives of the "Children of the Dust"; a derogatory Vietnamese term to refer to the mixed-race children (known as Amerasians) born in Vietnam during the war. In many cases, they were orphaned and adopted into families around the world and now their journeys are intersecting with the unexpected gift of touching lives across multiple generations as a they turn the tide on the stigmas attached to the Vietnam War. The series also shares the stories of the men, women, and military service members that helped shape their lives. These are their stories... in their own words.

INTERSECTIONS is currently produced in house as a part of the Multimedia Influence and Education Program of SEA2C. This program is is operated by a volunteer force of multiple award winning film makers, photojournalist, and multimedia professionals with storied backgrounds in cinematography and journalism.

The series is Directed by Vietnam War Amerasian adoptee, Kirk Kellerhals, and is hosted and narrated by Vietnam War Amerasian adoptee, Canh Oxelson.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

SEA2C
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3rd Shift Entertainment Group
are proud to announce their Production Partnership
on the Docuseries, “Intersections”


 

 

 

 

 

 

November 22, 2021 - “Intersections” is Directed by Vietnam War Amerasian Adoptee, Kirk Kellerhals, and is now co-produced by 3rd Shift Entertainment Group, Inc. and the Multimedia Influence and Education Program of SEA2C. This program is operated by an unpaid volunteer force of multimedia professionals with storied backgrounds in cinematography and journalism.
 

“Intersections” is an award winning multi-season docuseries that explores the lives of the "Children of the Dust"; a Vietnamese based derogatory term coined during the Vietnam War to refer to the mixed race children born there during the war and whom were in many cases, orphaned and adopted into families around the world. The series also shares the stories of the men, women, and military service members that helped shape their lives. The series is hosted and narrated by Vietnam War Amerasian adoptee, Canh Oxelson.

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