Events
Upcoming and past screenings, director talks, and exhibitions.
November 9, 2018
Official Selection, San Diego Asian Film Festival

The Side by Side Project will screen its 38-minute documentary short film in San Diego, CA, as an Official Selection of the San Diego Asian Film Festival, organized by the Pacific Arts Movement. Please join Glenn Morey and Julie Morey, who will be there as co-directors of the film, edited from the 21 hours of material on the sidebysideproject.com website. Screening will be part of a short documentary programming block of five films, all of them about the Asian diaspora, at the Ultrastar Cinemas Mission Valley, 7510 Hazard Center Drive, San Diego, starting at 4pm. More info at https://sdaff.org/2018/programs/shorts-where-are-you-really-from/.

November 4, 2018
Official Selection, Arpa International Film Festival

The Side by Side Project will screen its 38-minute documentary short film in Hollywood, CA, as an Official Selection of the Arpa International Film Festival. Please join Glenn Morey and Julie Morey, who will be there as co-directors of the film, edited from the 21 hours of material on the sidebysideproject.com website. Screening will be at the historic Egyptian Theatre in Hollywood, at 2:30pm, as part of a programming block of 4 short documentaries. More information at http://www.arpafilmfestival.com/documentary-side-by-side-at-2018-arpa-iff/

October 30, 2018
Adoptees in Search: Colorado's Triad Connection — Denver, CO

Filmmaker and Director, Glenn Morey, will talk about his recently released documentary film and online installation, Side by Side: Out of a South Korean Orphanage and Into the World. He will show selected clips of this unconventional project, five years in the making, featuring 100 individual stories filmed in 7 countries, 6 languages, and 16 cities, and will discuss the production process, his impressions of these revealing and often deeply intimate accounts, as well as his experiences filming aged-out South Korean nationals. This meeting is organized by Adoptees in Search: Colorado's Triad Connection.  Meetings are monthly, open to the public, and held at Montview Presbyterian church, 1980 Dahlia Street, Denver, CO, downstairs in the Gallery Room.

October 22, 2018
Official Selection, Boston Asian American Film Festival

The Side by Side Project will screen its 38-minute documentary short film in Boston, MA, as an Official Selection of the Boston Asian American Film Festival. Please join Glenn Morey and Julie Morey, who will be there as co-directors of the film, edited from the 21 hours of material on the sidebysideproject.com website. Screening will be part of the short documentary programming block of four films, all of them about adoption out of South Korea, at the Pao Center for the Arts, 99 Albany St, Boston, starting at 7pm. (T: South Station, Chinatown, or Boylston). More info at http://www.baaff.org/home.html.

October 19-20
Alliance for the Study of Adoption and Culture (ASAC) — Oakland, CA

Filmmaker and Director, Glenn Morey, will participate in a panel discussion about his recently released documentary film and online installation, Side by Side: Out of a South Korean Orphanage and Into the World. ASAC organizes and hosts this 7th biennial conference

October 12, 2018
Official Selection, Social Justice Film Festival, Seattle WA

The Side by Side Project will screen its 38-minute documentary short film in Seattle, WA, as an Official Selection of the Social Justice Film Festival. Please join Glenn Morey and Julie Morey, who will be there as co-directors of the film, edited from the 21 hours of material on the sidebysideproject.com website. Screening will be part of the short documentary programming block of five films, at the Ethnic Cultural Center Theater on the UW campus.  More info at http://www.socialjusticefilmfestival.org/?tribe_events=shorts-program-light-in-dark-places.

September 28-30
KAtCH 10th Anniversary & IKAA Annual Convention, hosted by KAtCH: Korean Adoptees of Chicago

Filmmaker and Director, Glenn Morey, will talk about his recently released documentary film and online installation, Side by Side: Out of a South Korean Orphanage and Into the World. He will show selected clips of this unconventional project, five years in the making, featuring 100 individual stories filmed in 7 countries, 6 languages, and 16 cities, and will discuss the production process, his impressions of these revealing and often deeply intimate accounts, as well as his experiences filming aged-out South Korean nationals. This IKAA event is hosted by KAtCH, celebrating their 10th Anniversary. Screening on Saturday, September 29, 2:45pm. Registration information at https://www.eventbrite.com/e/katch-10th-anniversary-ikaa-annual-convention-tickets-44536512909

August 25, 2018
Official Selection, DEFY Film Festival - Nashville, TN

The Side by Side Project will screen its 38-minute documentary short film in Nashville, TN, as an Official Selection of the DEFY Film Festival. Please join Glenn Morey and Julie Morey, who will be there as co-directors of the film, edited from the 21 hours of material on the sidebysideproject.com website. This will be the first time this documentary short will be theatrically screened for the public. Screening will be followed by a brief Q&A session. Schedule, festival theater location, and ticket information can be found at https://www.defyfilmfestival.com/schedule/saturday3

June 30, 2018
Korean American Adoptee Adoptive Family Network (KAAN) Annual Conference; Minneapolis, MN; kaanet.org

Filmmaker and Director, Glenn Morey, will talk about his recently released documentary film and online installation, Side by Side: Out of a South Korean Orphanage and Into the World. He will show selected clips of this unconventional project, five years in the making, featuring 100 individual stories filmed in 7 countries, 6 languages, and 16 cities, and will discuss the production process, his impressions of these revealing and often deeply intimate accounts, as well as his experiences filming aged-out South Korean nationals.

May 18, 2018
Online Installation Opening for “Side by Side: Out of a South Korean Orphanage and Into the World”

Filmmakers, Glenn Morey and Julie Morey, have released their new documentary project, as an online installation at www.sidebysideproject.com, allowing for an immersive, international journey through the personal memories and experiences of abandonment, relinquishment, orphanages, aging out, and inter-country adoption from South Korea. Starkly minimalist and unconventionally comprised of 100 stories, filmed in 7 countries, 6 languages, and 16 cities, each story is its own film, presented very nearly in its entirety, as it was recorded in a single sitting.