Articles by Linda Hoaglund« Back to list
Linda Hoaglund was born in Japan, the daughter of American missionary parents, and was raised in rural Japan where she attended Japanese public schools. A graduate of Yale University, she worked as a bilingual news producer for Japanese television between 1981 and 1987. In 1987 she joined Alternate Current, an independent, American film production company, as a producer. Since 1996, she has subtitled over 100 Japanese films. She also represents Japanese directors and artists and serves as an international liaison for film producers. She recently received a commendation from the Foreign Minister of Japan for her work promoting Japanese film abroad.
Protest Art in 1950s Japan: The Forgotten Reportage Painters 1950
The Suddenly Relevant Activist Antics of Artist Collective Chim↑Pom: Challenging Japan’s Nuclear Power Agenda Chim↑Pom −−
ANPO: Art X War – In Havoc’s Wake：ｘ−−
Stubborn Legacies of War: Japanese Devils in Sarajevo
The State Secrets Act, Independent Film and the Kidnapping of Kim Dae-jung