U.S. Foreign Service Officer Kala Carruthers Azar tells the story of the switch to virtual programming during COVID-19 lockdown in Amman.
Rachel Gandin Mark discusses how the American Film Showcase is redefining person-to-person diplomacy and innovative programming during COVID-19.
Film and television play a critical role in shaping America's soft power abroad. The COVID-19 crisis has brought Hollywood to a standstill as productions are put on hold. What does a post-pandemic future look like for Hollywood, and what are the implications for America's soft power?
The Panafrican Film and Television Festival of Ouagadougou starts this week. Read about this year's iteration.
The latest article by East Asian Studies professor Hieyoon Kim offers an analysis of South Korea's film archive during the 1970s and 1980s.
Colin Maclay talked with Nicholas Cull about the media importance of the film.
A podcast delves into the rise of Chinese cinema and its dual aim at home and abroad.