Corinne Goldenberg has a B.A. in Women and Gender Studies with a concentration in Cultural and Ethnic Studies from Smith College and a M.A. in International Affairs from the New School, where she dually concentrated in Media and Cultural Studies and International Development. She has had the privilege of living and studying in some of the best film cities in the world—Paris, Bombay, New York. She explores the ways through which political forces interact with art and culture, particularly focusing on modes of intercultural communication, for better or for worse. She is most interested in how film industries represent national identity, particularly its process of ascribing "authenticity," and how the resulting signification affects international relations.
Corinne likes to think that, someday, she'll finish a screenplay or two. In the meantime, she enjoys studying languages and roaming the world in search of delicious vegetarian food.