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The directors of the Brigham Young University International Cinema and their special guests discuss the films showing at BYU’s International Cinema--one of the longest running college cinema programs of its kind in the world. IC screens over eighty of the best contemporary and classic films from all over the world each year with support from the BYU College of Humanities, and you can get background about the films here. "From the Booth" is a great way to get insights into foreign films, the history of cinema, and about what is going on in the world of media studies.

From the Booth: A Podcast from BYU's International Cinema BYU International Cinema

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The directors of the Brigham Young University International Cinema and their special guests discuss the films showing at BYU’s International Cinema--one of the longest running college cinema programs of its kind in the world. IC screens over eighty of the best contemporary and classic films from all over the world each year with support from the BYU College of Humanities, and you can get background about the films here. "From the Booth" is a great way to get insights into foreign films, the history of cinema, and about what is going on in the world of media studies.

    Winter 2021 Wrap-up and Highlights

    Winter 2021 Wrap-up and Highlights

    The IC directors look back at highlights from Winter Semester 2021 and tease some program details for next fall.

    • 23 min
    Week 13: Death by a Thousand Cuts

    Week 13: Death by a Thousand Cuts

    Former IC director Chip Oscarson guest hosts an episode featuring a discussion with Prof. George Handley about the 2016 documentary Death by a Thousand Cuts. The documentary considers the complex...

    • 25 min
    Week 12: The Reason I Jump

    Week 12: The Reason I Jump

    This week IC co-director Marc Yamada is joined by two very qualified guests, Natalie Nielson-Riep (professor, advocate for autism, and mother of an autistic son) and Mikle South (Professor of...

    • 36 min
    Week 11: The Year My Parents Went on Vacation

    Week 11: The Year My Parents Went on Vacation

    Professor Anna-Lisa Halling of the Department of Spanish and Portuguese speaks with IC co-director Doug Weatherford about The Year My Parents Went on Vacation (Brazil, 2006, dir. Cao Hamburger). The...

    • 29 min
    Week 9: Poets & Poetry

    Week 9: Poets & Poetry

    This week, we discuss Bicycle Thieves (Vitorio De Sica, 1949) with Professor Dan Paul from the BYU French and Italian department. In this podcast professor Paul talks about Italian Neorealism,...

    • 20 min
    Week 8: Migration & Violence

    Week 8: Migration & Violence

    Professor Brian Price speaks with IC co-director Doug Weatherford about the recent Mexican film Identifying Features (2020), winner of the Audience Award (World Dramatic) at the 2020 Sundance Film Festival.

    • 34 min

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