But here’s the hard part — the families can’t live in Shanghai, Beijing or Guangzhou. If you think you can help these guys out, please contact them directly. From the filmmakers:
Bright Shadow Films and ImagiX Productions are making a documentary on foreign children growing up in China. We are currently looking for expat families who have lived in China at least a few years and who reside outside of the major cities (SH, BJ, GZ).
Of particular interest are families whose children attend local (as opposed to international) schools or are home-schooled. Also, we are keen to include families who live a more local lifestyle, such as those who live in isolated areas without expat communities; or whose parents work outside of the corporate world (eg: English teachers, small business owners, missionaries, etc.). We will consider families who live anywhere in mainland China; the more interesting the location, the better!
If your family meets any of the above criteria, please get in touch with us! Also, if you know of any other suitable candidates, please let us know how we can reach them. We have already received many responses from families residing in the major cities, whose parents work for global companies. We have already filmed several such families, so now we are looking for a different angle on our topic.
We will be filming during August, so families must be available for at least part of this month.
Please contact Jeffrey Seth at:
–or by telephone at 1358 585 0234
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