The 2017 Adoption At The Movies Awards Winner's Announced

The 2017 Adoption At The Movies Awards Winner's Announced

In the fourth annual Adoption at the Movies Awards, readers of AdoptionAtTheMovies.com voted on the films that were most helpful to adoptive families. Lion (See-Saw Films) was voted "Film of the Year" and also won the award for "Best Adoptive Parents," Finding Dory (Pixar Animation Studios / Walt Disney Pictures) was voted "Best Animated Feature" and also won the award for "Best Foster or Adoptive Family," and Father Unknown (KT! Eaton, David Quint) won the award for "Best Depiction of Reunion".

Father Unknown director David Quint commented,

"We are honored to receive this recognition by Adoption at the Movies. While the search for identity and the longing for connection is a universal story, it is one that holds specific significance for those within the adoption community. We hope Father Unknown can continue to help audiences and families more deeply understand the adoption experience."

The Adoption at the Movies Awards are an annual celebration of those films that are most helpful to the adoption community and those films that portray adoption in a healthy, positive light. The Adoption at the Movies Awards are hosted each year on AdoptionAtTheMovies.com.

Adoption at the Movies is the world's primary film resource for adoptive families. Founded in 2012 by social worker Addison Cooper, Adoption at the Movies is accessed by thousands of adoptive families each week. The debut book, also titled Adoption at the Movies, was published by Jessica Kingsley Publishers in January 2017.

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