IC co-directors Marc Yamada and Doug Weatherford as well as IC assistant director Marie-Laure Oscarson discuss the Winter 2021 Semester lineup and the first week of films.
IC co-directors Marc Yamada and Doug Weatherford as well as IC assistant director Marie-Laure Oscarson discuss the Fall 2020 semester, it’s challenges, it’s films, and the upcoming semester.
This week, IC Directors Marie-Laure Oscarson and Doug Weatherford are joined by Professor Valerie Hegstrom (Spanish & Portuguese) to discuss this week’s films, which focus on the experiences of different women during times of war.
This week, former IC Director Chip Oscarson is joined by Professors Quinn Mecham (Political Science) and Seth Jeppesen (Classics) to discuss this week’s films Capital in the Twenty-First Century and Iphigenia.
In this episode they talk about the intersection of democracy and art. What do ancient dramatist and contemporary filmmakers understand about art and maintaining a healthy democracy?
This week, Prof. Marc Olivier (French and Italian) speaks with IC co-directors Doug Weatherford and Marc Yamada about The Eye (2002, dir. Pang Brothers). Additionally, the trio discuss horror as a genre and offer viewing recommendations for other great horror films from around the world.
This week IC Directors Marie-Laure Oscarson and Doug Weatherford are joined by Comparative Arts and Letters professor Marlene Hansen Esplin to discuss the films Our Mothers and The Milk of Sorrow.
IC Director Marc Yamada and Julie Allen, Professor of Comparative Literature at BYU, discuss The Painter and the Thief and the penal system in Norway.
1:12 The Painter and the Thief