This year's symposium focused on how national identities have been expressed, challenged and negotiated through film. The speakers present various perspectives.
The German and Jewish director has been making films for more than four decades. In 1938, when he was nine years old, his family fled the Nazi regime to Uruguay. He returned to Germany in 1956. The topics of his films are international, frequently dealing with political struggles in Latin America and other parts of the world.
Middlebury College Language Schools
Part of the series entitled Globalization and national identity in international cinema and literature
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