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A project in Los Angeles, CA by Samantha Futerman

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Adopted, raised on different continents & connected through social media, Samantha & Anaïs believe they are twins separated at birth.
Backers: 1241
Average Pledge Per Backer: $35

Funded: $43,838 of $30,000
Dates: Mar 21st -> Apr 18th (29 days)
Project By: Samantha Futerman
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Latest News

Twin Sisters Separated At Birth Were Brought Back Together By A YouTube Video

January 29th - via:
Adopted and raised on different continents, 26-year-olds Samantha and Anaïs’ story is straight out of a movie. (Read More)

The 'Twinsters' Are Back, and Need Your Help Making it to the Big Screen

January 27th - via:
Last year, we told you the unbelievable story of two women who connected via Facebook, only to learn that they may very well be twins. (Read More)

Twin Sisters Reunited, And Its Exactly Like Parent Trap [VIDEO]

January 25th - via:
There are movies made about this kind of thing. When one girl realizes she might have a twin sister living in another city after being adopted by two different families, then finding each other to become lifelong best friends. But this isn't just a corny movie for Anais and Samantha... although they do plan to turn their amazing story into a documentary with the help of funds raised by Kickstarter. (Read More)

Fund This: Post-production for Twinsters

January 22nd - via:
If you're like me, you were fascinated to learn about the story of Korean American adoptee Samantha Futerman, a working Hollywood actress, who heard from a stranger across the internet and discovered she had a long lost twin sister: Anaïs, a French fashion design student living in London. Whaaaaat. (Read More)

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April 16th - via:
This post is for backers only. Please visit and log in to read. (Read More)

Long-lost 'twins' turn Internet meeting into Kickstarter success

April 5th - via:
Two young women born in South Korea, and raised continents apart launched a Kickstarter project to help fund their reunion and record their first in-person meeting and DNA tests in a full-length documentary. Barely two weeks later, the Internet has funded it past the target goal. (Read More)

Separated twins? Reunited via YouTube, they raise funds to meet

April 4th - via:
In 2013, if you think you’ve got a long-lost twin, there’s one way to find out: Connect on Facebook, Skype each other, and raise money on Kickstarter to meet up and get a DNA test. According to their Kickstarter page, Samantha Futerman and Anaïs Bordier have already hit their Kickstarter goal of $30,000, so you can expect a documentary about their unique reunion. Their story is like a flipped Catfish: The internet made a perfect match. (Read More)

Possible Twins Split at Birth Launch Kickstarter to Finance Meetup

April 3rd - via:
It's a possible case of twins separated at birth - and halfway around the world. The two have now launched a Kickstarter campaign to raise money to meet in Europe, get a DNA test, and document their journey every step of the way. (Read More)

Possible twins who were separated at birth launch Kickstarter campaign to pay for meet-up (and of course a DNA test)

April 3rd - via:
Anaïs Bordier, pictured, a French fashion design student living in London, and Samantha Futerman, an American hoping to break into acting in Los Angeles, believe themselves to be identical twins. (Read More)

South Korean twins separated at birth? Two women connected on Facebook share eerie resemblance

April 3rd - via:
Actress Samantha Futerman couldn’t believe her eyes when she saw a message from a French woman who looked practically identical. An ocean away, Anais Bordier thinks she may have found her long lost twin in the Los Angeles actress. (Read More)


March 27th - via:
This post is for backers only. Please visit and log in to read. (Read More)

Kickstarter Project Underway to Confirm Twins Separated at Birth

March 26th - via:
Have you ever seen someone in a crowd or watched a YouTube video and thought, 'Gee, that person looks just like someone I know?' It happens all the time, and usually those doppelgangers are just a spooky coincidence. But for AnaÏs Bordier, the chance sighting and a little help from social media might lead to finding a twin sister she never knew she had. (Read More)

Possible twins seek to reunite through Kickstarter campaign | The Lookout - Yahoo! News

March 22nd - via:
Two women, both adopted and raised in two different corners of the earth, bear a striking resemblance. Are they twins, separated at birth? The cliffhanger of a question can be answered only if their Kickstarter campaign is funded to cover the cost of a documentary of their reunion. The two possible siblings, Samantha Futerman and Anaïs Bordier, found each other through the Web and connected through social media. (Read More)

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