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

Posted by Liuqing Yang at 10:13PM   |  Add a comment

Blog post written by Lucy Yang, Journalism and Politics ’14, FLEFF Blogger, Puyang, Henan, China

Thanks to Ithaca College Office of the Provost, each of us bloggers got two complimentary passes to the festival. With these two passes, I was able to attend 11 film screenings (5 per pass times 2 and then plus one on the house, thanks to the generosity of Cinemapolis and Brett...

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Posted by Haley Stearns at 10:02PM   |  Add a comment

Blog Post written by Haley Stearns, Still Photography ’15, FLEFF Blogger, Buffalo, New York

1. Consider the theme

While each year’s theme merely outlines the concept for that specific year, it helps to understand it fully in order to apply it to different events and films.

2. Know the guests

Being a part of FLEFF in any capacity requires...

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Posted by Haley Stearns at 9:43PM   |  Add a comment

Blog post written by Haley Stearns, Still Photography ’15, FLEFF Blogger, Buffalo, New York

Looking back at FLEFF and all of the other blog posts I have written, I realize that my greatest appreciation throughout this entire experience has been having the opportunity to participate in this international film festival. Not only did being a blogger give me a voice on the subject...

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Posted by Haley Stearns at 1:53PM   |  Add a comment

Blog post written by Haley Stearns, Still Photography '15, FLEFF Blogger, Buffalo, New York

1. How to think on my feet

Being in interviews with various festival guests and participants, the most important skill I have developed over the course of this experience is learning how to absorb and respond in an efficient manner.

2. How to...

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Posted by Elma Yedda Gonzalez at 12:28AM   |  Add a comment

“I was very impressed by how the music seemed to convey the mood of the story even though it was silent,” Ithaca College Senior Hayleigh Gowans, said. She attended the screening of “The Red Kimono,” a 1925 silent film about a small-town girl who succumbs to a toxic romance. The film was produced, written and...

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