Last week ended our series on how to improve your cross-cultural communication by watching movies.
This is a light-hearted approach to leaning cross-cultural skills.
It does have it’s limitations.
And yet, it is surprising how many things make sense once you travel a bit and pick up little things while watching movies.
- How To Choose Movies To Watch And Improve Your Cross-Cultural Skills
- Movies For Cultural Insights
- Movies To See Life Through A Different Lens
- Movies To Work Through Personal Barriers
- Movies Make It Easy To See The Differences
- Movies Take You Different Places
- Movies To Understand The History Behind Culture
- Movies To Build Empathy
- Movies For Different Perspectives
- Movies To Understand Cultural Differences
- Movies On Adapting To Different Cultures
More On Culture Films
If you found this series interesting, please take the time to look at this very insightful website:
This database has an alphabetical list of movies. There are tips on which parts of the movies to pay attention to and what you can see there. Take your time to read the glossary which explains the terms used. These terms are directly related to cross cultural marketing. When you look at the tips and the glossary it is easy to pick up the cross-cultural differences that come through the movie.
Here is another interesting website for non-native English speakers:
And here are a few fun links related to movies:
- 100 Best Movie Lines in 200 Seconds
- Cross Cultural Kerfluffle
- Movie Mistakes
- Using “Children of a Lesser God” To Teach Intercultural Communication
What do you think? Please share your thoughts and comments below.
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