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

Posted by Gabriella LoBue at 10:52AM   |  3 comments

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

I’ll be the first to admit that I am not the biggest fan of experimental film. That’s not to say I hate it, but typically I would opt to see a more mainstream film over an avant-garde picture if given the choice. However, in the weeks leading up to FLEFF, I...

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Posted by Tianhong Yang at 1:27AM   |  2 comments

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

I wonder what would happen if all the artists, the scientists, and the most creative people in the world came together to imagine future landscapes. In fact, I think FLEFF has become such intellectual environment...

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Posted by Gabriella LoBue at 12:39PM   |  2 comments

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

FLEFF was packed with events, speakers, and films that informed, inspired, and intrigued. It was easy to get lost in the mix of intellectual and engaging conversations that took place. One discussion that particularly stood out to me was the kick off event of the entire...

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Posted by Cassandra Moore at 12:51AM   |  2 comments

Sitting down to watch Shoulder the Lion reaffirmed the statement that certain films need to be witnessed on the “big screen” in a cinema space to create a full experience. The stories that established the core of the documentary follows three artists whose artistic lives navigate their physical...

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Posted by Cassandra Moore at 12:41AM   |  6 comments

The list of experiences and lessons learned from being involved with FLEFF during its 19th year go way beyond merely three key lasting impressions.

Firstly, the community that FLEFF creates in and of itself truly is a beautiful thing. I felt like I was part of a functioning ecosystem of perfectly curated experiences and discussions. Repeatedly seeing the same faces in...

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