Hannah Silvester discusses social problems in Mathieu Kassovitz’s 1995 film, La Haine (Hate).
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About the Presenter
I did my A-Levels in French, Maths and English, and since I enjoyed French so much, I decided to study languages at University. Following a trip to Mexico, I decided that it would be fun to study Spanish from scratch, alongside French. I did my BA in French and Hispanic Studies at the University of Sheffield, and always really enjoyed the modules in which we studied films. I also really enjoyed sharing these films with friends who didn’t understand French or Spanish, so I thought subtitles were great! I decided to stay on and study for a Masters in Screen Translation (Audiovisual Translation/Subtitling). I wrote my dissertation on subtitling films which were set in the French banlieue, and enjoyed my research so much that following a year teaching English in Aix-en-Provence in the south of France, I began a PhD in Translation Studies at the University of Glasgow. I’m just about to start the second year of my PhD, and I love my research, as well as doing some teaching when I get the opportunity.