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

Posted by Sophia Feuer at 2:05PM   |  Add a comment

Blog posting written by Sophia Feuer, Cinema and Photography, '18, FLEFF Intern, Briarcliff Manor, NY. 

Jake Brenner is a professor at Ithaca College who teaches Geography in the Department of Environmental Studies and Science. He is the Ithaca College Natural Lands Faculty manager and is also a dedicated FLEFF...

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Posted by Gabriella LoBue at 11:09AM   |  Add a comment

Blog posting written by Gabriella LoBue, Cinema and Photography, ’18, FLEFF Intern, Hackettstown, New Jersey.

This week I had the pleasure of meeting and interviewing Andy Watts, a professor at Ithaca College, and a member of the FLEFF staff. He kindly shared interesting viewpoints regarding his specific role in the festival, his...

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Posted by Gabriella LoBue at 7:20PM   |  Add a comment

Blog posting written by Gabriella LoBue, Cinema and Photography, ’18, FLEFF Intern, Hackettstown, New Jersey.

Dr. Tanya Saunders, Assistant Provost for International Studies and Special Programs, and executive producer of FLEFF, graciously shared her extensive knowledge of and experience with the 19-year-old festival on a snowy...

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Posted by Tianhong Yang at 5:19PM   |  Add a comment

Blog posting written by Tianhong Yang, Environmental Sciences, ’18, FLEFF Blogger, Hangzhou, China

The Finger Lakes Environmental Film Festival was launched in 1997 as an outreach project from the Center for a Sustainable Future at Cornell University. In 2004, the festival moved to Ithaca College, where it is currently located at the...

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Posted by Ian Masotti at 5:49PM   |  Add a comment

When thinking about the theme for this year’s festival, Landscapes, I immediately thought back to seeing the official FLEFF poster.  This poster depicts a series of buildings, with a gorgeous lake background.  The poster was what I was used to when I thought about...

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