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

Posted by Carly Cote at 7:43PM   |  1 comment

      Trapped follows the stories of women’s health clinics in Texas, Alabama and Mississippi. All three states are known for their firm pro-life stance. This stance has fueled the creation of hundreds of laws with the sole goal to make providing and obtaining abortion as difficult as possible.

     Currently, Texas’ HB2 are...

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Posted by Sophia Feuer at 7:32PM   |  5 comments

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

Quoting Marianna Torgovnick, Bill Nichols wrote, “to respect other ways that art can be created, circulated, displayed, and received…Western art historians need not supply any ‘voice.’” He mentions that these voices “can be heard if...

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Posted by Hanxiao Wang at 6:41PM   |  3 comments

Blog posting written by Hanxiao Wang, Integrated Marketing Communications Studies, ’19, FLEFF Intern, Sichuan, China.

If a concert can provide people listening pleasure, then the FLEFF concert brought me a giant feast of five senses.

This year the FLEFF concert theme was landscapes, both celestial and...

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Posted by Hanxiao Wang at 6:24PM   |  2 comments

Blog posting written by Hanxiao Wang, Integrated Marketing Communications Studies, ’19, FLEFF Intern, Sichuan, China.

“Intellectual,” “interdisciplinary,” “global” are terms that express my impressions about FLEFF. For the whole week, my mind just cannot stop to think about various questions and...

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Posted by Sophia Feuer at 8:57PM   |  4 comments

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

FLEFF has come to a close and its time to start looking forward to what is to come in next year’s festival. However, it is also time to take a look back at all the amazing things that occurred within only a week’s time...

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