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

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Posted by Elma Yedda Gonzalez at 6:22AM   |  Add a comment

I watched about a dozen films at the festival last weekend. I know how hard it was to choose which films to watch, so here are my top five in case you missed them:

5. A Touch of Sin by director Jia Zhangke

The film follows four stories of violence and corruption in China. Four characters from different provinces are driven to violence out of frustration with their financial...

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Posted by Liuqing Yang at 12:28AM   |  1 comment

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

  • Friday, April 4, 2:00 p.m., “Russian Visual Cultures and Putin” with Dr. Irina Aristarkhova, moderated by Dr. Patricia Zimmermann

“If you want to be an artist, don’t go to an art school; go to the...

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Posted by Elma Yedda Gonzalez at 12:14AM   |  2 comments

The Finger Lakes Environmental Film Festival concluded last Sunday. It brought nearly 60 international guests, drew thousands of attendees, and presented about 100 events and screenings.

If you weren’t there, here is a list of the three most memorable moments you missed ... and therefore, the three reasons you should save the date for the 18th annual FLEFF, April 6-12 in...

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Posted by Rachael Lewis-Krisky at 1:33PM   |  Add a comment

1. The Throwaway

 Ex-felons face stigmas and exclusion when they move back into their communities. However, Ira McKinley proves his status will not stop him from bringing positive change to his home in Albany, NY. Despite also being homeless, McKinley’s strives to reveal the marginalized by giving them...

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