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The Finger Lakes Environmental Film Festival from the interns' point of view

Posted by Hannah Basciano at 10:46PM   |  Add a comment

Blog posting by Hannah Basciano, Documentary Studies and Production '17, FLEFF Blogger, Lancaster, PA

 

A wall of water barrels down onto thirty terrified men. Another, swelling, lurches the frail frame of the vessel they trusted with their lives perpendicular to the sea they hoped would bring salvation. The storm and boat rage forward. 

For one...

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Posted by Kaley Belval at 12:07AM   |  Add a comment

Blog posting by Kaley Belval, Documentary Studies and Production '15, FLEFF Blogger, Woodbury, CT

 

Think about your favorite film. 

What are the best aspects of it? The actors, the story, the dialogue? 

No matter the answer, these elements must come together for the film to exist at all. The partnerships, projects and ideas created...

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Posted by Kimberly Capehart at 8:05AM   |  1 comment

Blog posting by Kimberly Capehart, Documentary Studies and Production '16, FLEFF Blogger, Cherry Hill, New Jersey

Sam Stahnke had an intimidating first FLEFF experience.

Stahnke, a sophomore Cinema and Photography student in the Roy H. Park School of Communications, served as a Junior Fellow for the 17th Annual Finger Lakes Environmental Film Festival last year. Though...

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Posted by Cindy Yong at 11:57PM   |  1 comment

Blog posting by Cindy Yong, Writing; Biology '16, FLEFF Blogger, Eagleville, PA

                  What do you do with leftover coffee?

                 Throughout the week, Kimberly Capehart collects the coffee she didn’t drink into a mason jar.  Little by little,...

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Posted by Kaley Belval at 11:06PM   |  Add a comment

Blog posting by Kaley Belval, Documentary Studies and Production ’15, FLEFF Blogger, Woodbury, CT

 

“The last time I saw her was red. The sky was like soup, boiling and stirring. In some places it was burned. There were black crumbs and pepper, streaked across the redness.”

The sky is not often compared to soup, but in

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