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The Finger Lakes Environmental Film Festival from the interns' point of view
Friday, February 21, 2014
Sundance. Venice. Cannes. Berlin. Tribeca. Austin. Hot Docs. Ann Arbor.
Well-known film festivals from around the big wide world have the glamour of foreign lands and international fame. However, for college student, affording trips and tickets to these fabulous events can be difficult, to say the least.
Which brings me to FLEFF – an intellectually engaging, thought provoking film festival. And it’s right here in Ithaca.
Recently, the FLEFF blogging team generated a list of 17 reasons Ithaca students should attend FLEFF, in honor of its 17th birthday. Presenting Number 16: You don't have to go to France to experience a film festival.
FLEFF has everything and more: censored films such as the upcoming “A Touch of Sin,” captivating performances by world renowned musician Jairo Geronymo, remarkable guest speakers, and explorative new media artists like Nicholas Knouf.
Stay close in Ithaca. Have some popcorn. Go to FLEFF. There’s no place like home, right?