Worldwide Locations

Worldwide Locations

New York

L to R: Gabrielle Howe, Ben Ryder Howe, and Haesook Kim in New York on Mar. 4, 2011.
Ben Ryder Howe and 'My Korean Deli'
A preppy former Paris Review editor contends with multiculturalism, family dynamics, and the 'Mike Tyson of Korean grandmothers.' more
Scene from Jafar Panahi's The Circle (2000).
Jafar Panahi and The Women of Iran
Iranian director's harrowing 2000 film 'The Circle' acts as a metaphor for repression. more

Jafar Panahi's 'Circle' of Fate

Duke University Professor Negar Mottahedeh reflects on The Circle, Jafar Panahi's dark 2000 portrayal of women in Iran. more
L to R: Susan Davis, Jo Natauri, Donna L. Blackwell, and Umber Ahmad in New York on Mar. 8, 2011.
What Businesses and NGOs Can Do for Women, and Each Other
Panel stresses benefits of collaboration on 100th anniversary of International Womens Day. more
Hamid Dabashi discusses director Jafar Panahi and Iranian cinema with Asia Society's La Frances Hui on Mar. 4, 2011. (8 min., 37 sec.)
Great Cinema and Times of Trauma
Columbia scholar explains charges against Iran's Jafar Panahi, and how social trauma can lead to major cinema. more
Still from Jafar Panahi's 2003 film Crimson Gold.
The 'Hidden Violence' in Iranian Society
Jafar Panahi's "Crimson Gold" uncovers Iranian class resentments and the legacy of its war with Iraq. more
Panelists at Asia Society's 2011 Indian Union Budget discussion in New York on Mar. 1, 2011.
Indian Budget 2011: 'Every Challenge Presents an Opportunity'
In early 2011, experts look at India's economic outlook and like what they see. more
L to R: Richard Peña, Negar Mottahedeh, Hadi Ghaemi, and Hamid Dabashi speaking in New York on Mar. 2, 2011. (Asia Society New York)
Jafar Panahi and the Power of Cinema
Panelists assess the Iranian director's predicament in light of ongoing political turmoil in the Middle East. more
Still from Jafar Panahi's 2006 film Offside .
Offside and Offscreen: Women of Iran
Jafar Panahi's film finds a striking metaphor for the predicament of the country's women. more

Film, Football, and Jafar Panahi's 'Offside'

Duke University literature professor Negar Mottahedeh unravels the metaphor of Jafar Panahi's 2006 film Offside. more