Wednesday, October 19, 2011

Donor Unknown airing on PBS in the US

The documentary "Donor Unknown" about the adult children of a common sperm donor finding each other and their anonymous father will be airing in the US this week as part of PBS's Independent Lens film program.  You can find more info and when it will be airing at  www.pbs.org/independentlens/donor-unknown

I was able to catch this last spring when it was showing online and found it be very interesting.  If you watch it I'd love to hear what you thought.  I plan on watching it again and this time I will be sure to share my thoughts as well. 

4 comments:

MeAndBaby said...

Thanks for this. I tried to catch the episode online but never had time. This time my TiVo will record it!

SurlyMama said...

Thanks for sharing. I wasn't able to watch it online either.

Anonymous said...

Thanks for the post, and we're very glad you enjoyed it. If you want to support the film...

Donor Unknown has just been nominated for a prestigious Gotham Independent Film Award!

This is great news for the film, and could give us the chance to bring it to an even wider audience.

Please sign up and vote for Donor here: http://www.indiepixfilms.com/videocontest/IFP-AUDIENCE.

We’d love to have your support.

The Donor Team

~ M ~ said...

Thanks for the info... I was able to catch it on my local PBS station this morning (had to wake up at 4AM!) very interesting and gives me soooo much to think about as I move forward as a (hopefully) SMBC.