Created by a faculty team from the Ivan Allen College's Schools of Modern Languages and Literature, Media, and Communication at Georgia Tech, The Global Media Festival: Sustainability Across Languages and Cultures focuses on international media productions that explore issues and challenges associated to sustainability. The Global Media Festival's goal is to serve as a global interdisciplinary forum that creates awareness of the cultural and linguistic challenges that emerge from the different meanings and interpretations of sustainability in diverse contexts.

Recent Submissions

  • H20mx 

    Cohen, José; Luceaga, Alejandra; Andes, Karen; Alonso, Paul; Braneon, Christian (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2017-04-06)
    Q&A and panel discussion about the film H20mx (Mexico, 2010) - H2Omx examines Mexico City's water problems through the perspective of residents, government agencies, business owners and engineers.
  • Neukölln Unlimited 

    Imondi, Agostino; Rasch, Dietmar (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2017-03-15)
    Discussion about the film Neukölln Unlimited (Germany, 2010) - Neukölln Unlimited explores the daily lives of three Lebanese refugees and hip hop artists in Berlin struggling to evade deportation and establish permanent ...
  • Demain 

    Dion, Cyril; Caille, Antoine Constantin; Hirsch, Jennifer; Vacche, Angela Dalle (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2017-04-11)
    Q&A and panel discussion about the film Demain (France, 2015) - Demain follows a team of four people carrying out an investigation in ten different countries to figure out what may lead to the possible extinction of a part ...
  • Plastic China 

    Wang, Jiu-liang; Li, Yu; Realff, Matthew J.; Saikawa, Eri; Zinman, Gregory (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2017-03-29)
    Q&A and panel discussion about the film Plastic China (China, 2016) - Plastic China follows the members of a family who spend their lives sorting and recycling plastic waste from the United States, Europe, and Asia.