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FLEFF Intern Voices

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

Posted by Kayla Reopelle at 12:45AM   |  Add a comment

Blog posting by Kayla Reopelle, Documentary Studies and Production '14, FLEFF Blogger, Roy, WA


Make Our Garden Grow + Nuclear explosions

Candide + Nitrate decayed footage of children riding bikes

Gershwin Preludes + Mothers throwing knives at children

The American...


Posted by Rachael Lewis-Krisky at 10:13PM   |  Add a comment

Two words I'd never expect to hear in the same sentence. However, Jonathan Miller knew how to do it perfectly. Earlier this evening at the Dissonant Environments talk he said:

"The job of a journalist is to sift through the hairball of reality. And hopefully make some mittens or sweaters out of it."

I've never heard a better description of...


Posted by Liuqing Yang at 8:31PM   |  Add a comment

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

I recently Skyped with Kevin Lee, Vice President of Programming and Education for dGenerate Films. He is coming to Ithaca on Friday...


Posted by Blaize Hall at 7:09PM   |  Add a comment

Blog post by Blaize Hall, Television-Radio, '15, Georgia, VT

Leila Nadir and Cary Peppermint

Tom Shevory stands at the front of the room and introduces the event and guests.  He points to flyers for other events throughout FLEFF week, then begins introducing Leila Nadir and Cary Peppermint of Ecoarttech.
She has an impressive list of...


Posted by Rachael Lewis-Krisky at 6:39PM   |  1 comment

Mary Zebell is a landscape designer and artist who has worked on private and public commissions across the U.S. More specifically, her site-specific public art was commissioned in 2007 by FLEFF, commemorating those killed in war or natural disasters since 2000.

She designed the set for last night's


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