News & Views
July 14, 2017
Cloudboy follows a reluctant 12 year-old boy from Sweden to Lapland where he spends the summer herding reindeer with his mother and step-family. Listen for the Swedish, Dutch, and Sami languages as this adventure unfolds!
July 13, 2017
Tyler traveled from Lecce (his study abroad city) to Scorrano, Italy, to see a festival of lights and to take in the local culture—including tasting some food he’d never tried before!
July 12, 2017
Omayra Rodriguez describes how she uses her Spanish in a bilingual and bicultural program to support the local community by helping people access resources and negotiate daily tasks in their home language.
July 11, 2017
Study abroad student and one of our “Your Story on the Rails” contest winners, Charlie shares some thoughts following a recent conversation in his second language—German!
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July 10, 2017
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July 7, 2017
3%, the first Netflix original series from Brazil, and featuring an entirely Brazilian cast, imagines a futuristic São Paulo where young people must compete for a slim chance at a better life.
June 30, 2017
Recipient of a Golden Film Award, among others, Denis Bots’ Cool Kids Don’t Cry follows Akkie—a vibrant 8th grade soccer enthusiast—and her band of classmates as together they cope with her cancer diagnosis and learn the power of love & friendship.
June 27, 2017
Two interpreters describe the skills required for simultaneous interpretation and share details about their work at UN Headquarters in NYC. Learn how fast-paced, rewarding, and meaningful this type of work can be!
June 23, 2017
The Bosphorus Strait, Hagia Sophia, and thousands of cats: Istanbul wouldn’t be the same without them! Filmmaker Ceyda Torun shares the unique relationship between cats, the city, and its inhabitants in this heartwarming Turkish documentary.
June 21, 2017
Grace Lee wasn’t initially seeking a bilingual job, but she leapt at the opportunity to put her Korean skills to use. She loves her work and describes customers’ sincere appreciation for her understanding of their language and culture.