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Since its founding, Mu Films has created a unique portfolio of documentaries that explores adoption, race, identity and family.
Mu Films’ inaugural production, First Person Plural, tells the story of filmmaker Deann Borshay Liem and her adoption from South Korea by an American family. In addition, In the Matter of Cha Jung Hee examines the ethics of international adoption; Geographies of Kinship, a historical exploration of adoptions from South Korea; and Vivien's Wild Ride (in production), a personal essay about adoption, sight loss and creativity from the point of view of groundbreaking film editor and birth mother Vivien Hillgrove.
Mu Films has also developed a portfolio of films and projects about war and its legacies including Memory of Forgotten War, the Legacies of the Korean War oral history project, and Crossings which follows thirty women peacemakers advocating for peace on the Korean peninsula.
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