When Parents Kidnap
December 9, 2020 at 1:00 PM (PST)
**View the film and the pre-recorded panel discussion below**
This film and pre-recorded panel discussion explore the shattering impact of forcible separation of a child from a parent through parental kidnapping. This not only affects the child, but also negatively impacts the family as a whole, including the kidnapper. This program will explore this issue through the film “Sarah Cecilie”, produced and directed by LMU Professor Glenn Gebhard, and executive produced by Baroness Catherine Meyer.
Professor Glenn Gebhard
Glenn Gebhard is an Emmy® award winning film and video producer/director of documentaries and narrative films. He is also a professor at LMU's School of Film and Television.Read Gebhard's Bio
Baroness Catherine Meyer
Catherine Meyer CBEis a British Conservative Politician and Life Peer. She is currently HMG’s Trade Envoy to the Ukraine.
Sarah Cecilie Finkelstein
As one of the original ‘Milk Carton Kids’ who was the subject of a nationwide search as a child, Sarah experienced an international child abduction from Norway to the USA.Read Finkelstein's Bio
Professor Geoffrey Greif
Geoffrey Greif is Professor at the University of Maryland School of Social Work where he has worked since 1984. He was Associate Dean from 1996 to 2007.Read Greif's Bio