Film director Bernardo Bertolucci talks about his life and work, including his parents, childhood and political background; he discusses other directors and their influence on him, as well as the experience of psychoanalysis.
Irish director Neil Jordan.
U.S. and Japanese citizens discuss, via satellite, Japanese investment in the United States.
U.S. and Japanese citizens discuss, via satellite, acceptable behavior for singles, newlyweds and families.
U.S. and Japanese students exchange attitudes, opinions and hopes in a teleconference moderated by Hodding Carter.
Hodding Carter moderates a discussion by Japanese and U.S. specialists on both country's educational systems.
New York women discuss topics from housework to business with Japanese women via satellite.
U.S. and Japanese citizens discuss, via satellite, the operation and functions of the press corps in both countries.
Common summit themes and the impact of media coverage.
U.S. and Japanese college students discuss, via satellite, what they perceive to be crucial issues of the future.
Presidential expectations and preparations for summits.
A history of U.S./Soviet relationships from 1917-55.
A historical perspective covers issues, themes and personalities encountered in summits.
Events leading to regular meetings between national leaders.