From the Booth: A Podcast from BYU's International Cinema
Co-Director Doug Weatherford and Professor Greg Stallings discus famous film director Luis Bunel.
This podcast focuses on Undine (Christian Petzold, 2020). Professor Rob McFarland talks about the way layers of historical memory are embedded within our built environments. He related the folktale at
Join Co-Director Marc Olivier and Dr. Orquidea Morales discuss the history of La Llorona.
In this podcast, IC co-director Marc Yamada talks about Yasujiro Ozu’s Good Morning (1959), the place of this film in the filmmaker’s work and in Japanese society.
IC co-director Doug Weatherford talks about the series “Indigenous Voices of the Americas,” the increased number of Indigenous films about Indigenous people and by Indigenous filmmakers, the many lang
The films at IC this week fit the theme of the Gift and Burden of Years. In our podcast, Professor Corinna Tanner, from the BYU College of Nursing, adresses issues...
Co-Director Marc Yamada and Former Co-Director Chip Oscarson Discuss the history of silent films and The Artist as well as The Phantom Carriage.
This week Co-director Doug Weatherford and Cory Leonard, the Associate Director of the BYU Kennedy Center and an expert in the fields of diplomacy and international affairs. discuss the themes...
Former IC co-director Chip Oscarson (Interdisciplinary Humanities) guest hosts a conversation with Prof. George Handley (Interdisciplinary Humanities) talking about Minari (Chung 2020), stories of dis
Co-Directors Marc Yamada and Doug Weatherford discuss Ennio Morricone’s famous scores.