Crimson staff writer
Eleanor M. Powell
Translating a text from one language to another is doubtless a difficult undertaking for myriad reasons, but the reality of an untranslatable word or phrase presents perhaps the most thought-provoking dilemma for translators and linguists everywhere.
Though a fine revival, it does not look as though Spielberg’s “West Side Story” will replace the 1961 film, directed by Jerome Robbins and Robert Wise, in terms of cultural legacy anytime soon.
The Harvard Film Archive’s student group hopes to spark new conversations through the thought-provoking films they screen each week.
The city was first brought to the public’s attention on Nov. 1, when a Page Six article mentioned that Kim Kardashian recently touched down in Pete Davidson’s Native NYC.
Through the lens of a road trip from Minnesota to Florida, Kathleen Ossip’s “July” represents a candid and fearless portrait of the author’s voyage into the very heart of her nation.