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Posted by Chloe Wilson at 12:45PM   |  3 comments
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Blog posting written by Chloe Wilson, Television-Radio ’14, FLEFF Intern, Ashland, Massachusetts. 

FLEFF blew me away.

I guess it’s my own fault for not really knowing what to expect, but to be honest, I wouldn’t have it any other way.  The best things are the ones we don’t expect, right?

I never dreamed that FLEFF would be the intellectual, innovative, and global event that it was. 

FLEFF was the first film festival I’ve ever attended and I know that no other festival will be like it.  FLEFF, in itself, is a microtopia.  It is a microtopia that cannot be replicated in any other environment.

Personally, I had a ton of fun.  I saw great films, met amazing people, and immersed myself in all forms of media.  But the most important thing is that I learned something. 

I’ll be completely open about the fact that I’m a nerd and that I like learning, and everything I learned at FLEFF was not forced upon me.  FLEFF was a natural environment, where every aspect was fully integrated into a larger whole.

I had a great time at FLEFF, and I can’t wait to partake in next year’s festival!  I wonder what the new theme will be… any ideas?


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