All posts by Lucía Seda

Lucía Seda is a Master’s student in Global Journalism and French Studies at New York University. A graduate of Brown University, she worked as an English and Creative Writing teacher at a public high school in Brooklyn for four years. Her work has appeared in Refinery29, Latin America News Dispatch and WNYC.

How Anaïs Michel brought comedy to the world of documentary filmmaking

Born and raised in Paris, the filmmaker is now working on the new Lena Dunham show.

/ October 24, 2017

Leading the bilingual revolution

An interview with Fabrice Jaumont, education attaché at the French Embassy to the United States, about his book The Bilingual Revolution and the importance of learning a second language.

/ October 6, 2017

Bernard-Henri Lévy’s paean to Kurdish soldiers

In his new political film The Battle of Mosul, the French intellectual follows a group of Iraqi Kurdish soldiers.

/ April 6, 2017

In Memoriam: Franca Sozzani (1950-2016)

The uncompromising editor of Vogue Italia passed away last Thursday.

/ December 27, 2016