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Young, single, pregnant, and unprepared, filmmaker Karen Skloss grapples with the changing definitions of family and looks for answers by reconnecting with her own biological mother.
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Karen Skloss gestures and looks off-camera while a man stands to her side, looking in the same direction

The Making Of:

“I hadn’t set out to tell my own story.... However, as things developed, it became clear that the story I had to tell was actually my own — and that was truly a terrifying proposition.”   More >>

The Filmmaker:

“Only [make films] if you have to, but if you have to, don’t let anything stop you. It’s almost always more difficult than you think it will be. Learn to shoot and edit if you want to direct or produce.”   More >>
Karen Skloss in sunglasses, looking towards the ground

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