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Posted by Kayla Reopelle at 6:56PM   |  Add a comment

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

 

Maybe thinking about dissonance will...

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Posted by Kayla Reopelle at 6:53PM   |  1 comment

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

During FLEFF week, I was absorbed by the festival. While speaking with other students about the...

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Posted by Kayla Reopelle at 6:39PM   |  Add a comment

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

This is my first and last year as a staffer for FLEFF.

 

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Posted by Haley Stearns at 10:02PM   |  Add a comment

Blog Post written by Haley Stearns, Still Photography ’15, FLEFF Blogger, Buffalo, New York

1. Consider the theme

While each year’s theme merely outlines the concept for that specific year, it helps to understand it fully in order to apply it to different events and films.

2. Know the guests

Being a part of FLEFF in any capacity requires...

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Posted by Haley Stearns at 9:43PM   |  Add a comment

Blog post written by Haley Stearns, Still Photography ’15, FLEFF Blogger, Buffalo, New York

Looking back at FLEFF and all of the other blog posts I have written, I realize that my greatest appreciation throughout this entire experience has been having the opportunity to participate in this international film festival. Not only did being a blogger give me a voice on the subject...

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Posted by Haley Stearns at 1:53PM   |  Add a comment

Blog post written by Haley Stearns, Still Photography '15, FLEFF Blogger, Buffalo, New York

1. How to think on my feet

Being in interviews with various festival guests and participants, the most important skill I have developed over the course of this experience is learning how to absorb and respond in an efficient manner.

2. How to...

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Posted by Elma Yedda Gonzalez at 12:28AM   |  Add a comment

“I was very impressed by how the music seemed to convey the mood of the story even though it was silent,” Ithaca College Senior Hayleigh Gowans, said. She attended the screening of “The Red Kimono,” a 1925 silent film about a small-town girl who succumbs to a toxic romance. The film was produced, written and...

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Posted by Blaize Hall at 4:19PM   |  Add a comment

Blog post by Blaize Hall, TV-R, '15, Georgia, VT

The festival has run its course, the guests have gone home, the posters have been taken down, and the blogging is over - mostly.  Two weeks later, the energy of festival week has dissipated, but the impact remains.  Three films impacted me in unexpected ways, and cause my mind to wander back to Cinemapolis in my spare...

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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 Haley Stearns at 10:53PM   |  1 comment

Blog post by Haley Stearns, Still Photography '15, FLEFF Blogger, Buffalo, New York

As a first year student attending Ithaca College, I originally studied film. As a film student, I had the pleasure of watching Sergei Eisenstein’s 1925 silent film, Battleship Potemkin three times prior to viewing it at Cinemapolis on Saturday, April 5th.

While...

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Posted by Haley Stearns at 10:30PM   |  1 comment

Blog post by Haley Stearns, Still Photography ’15, FLEFF Blogger, Buffalo, New York

It’s two days after FLEFF and I cannot stop thinking about all of the moving films that I was able to see this past week. When signing on to be a blogger for this years festival, I had no way of knowing the powerful way that these films and festival guests would impact my interpretation of...

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Posted by Haley Stearns at 5:19PM   |  1 comment

Blog post by Haley Stearns, Still Photography ’15, FLEFF Blogger, Buffalo, New York

Following the screening of Xu Huijing’s film, Mothers at Cinemapolis on Friday, April 4th, Kevin Lee of dGenerate films stood before an awed audience to further...

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Posted by Alexis Lanza at 2:45PM   |  1 comment

Blog Posting by Alexis Lanza, Film, Photography, and Visual Arts '15, Enfield, CT 

Leila Nadir and Cary Peppermint, founders of ecoarttech, brought apps to the Finger Lakes Environmental Film Festival for the first time this year.

 

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Posted by Blaize Hall at 1:08AM   |  2 comments

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

“You don’t get credit for everything.” - Amy Brown

Amy Brown is one of the Producers and Directors of A Will For The Woods.  Amy shared how the idea for this film began while she was still at grad school, and while she was able to...

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Posted by Alexis Lanza at 12:39AM   |  1 comment

Blog Posting by Alexis Lanza, Film, Photography, and Visual Arts '15, Enfield, CT 

Hockett Recital Hall was filled with an array of guests; students, black t-shirt clad members of the FLEFF staff, community members, families, and more. Caution tape was draped around rails in a hue of orange reminiscent of...

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Posted by Kimberly Capehart at 10:42AM   |  1 comment

Blog posting by Kimberly Capehart, Documentary Studies and Production '16, FLEFF Blogger, Cherry Hill, NJ

With screenings beginning at noon, Saturday, April 5th was a very full day of FLEFF. 

The lobby quickly filled with coffee-clutching people around 11:30, eagerly anticipating the day's full line up, including: A Will for the...

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Posted by Kimberly Capehart at 10:56AM   |  1 comment

Blog posting by Kimberly Capehart, Documentary Studies and Production '16, FLEFF Blogger, Cherry Hill, NJ 

Friday, April 4th at Cinemapolis kicked off with even more energy that the previous day. 

Guests were, once again, lined up out the door of Ithaca's local, independent theater in the Commons. FLEFF interns eagerly handed out handbills for the upcoming...

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Posted by Kayla Reopelle at 1:26AM   |  Add a comment

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

 

“Once...

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Posted by Kimberly Capehart at 12:46AM   |  1 comment

Blog posting by Kimberly Capehart, Documentary Studies and Production '16, FLEFF Blogger, Cherry Hill, NJ 

The first night of screenings downtown at Ithaca's local, independent theater, Cinemapolis, kicked off yesterday on Thursday, April 3rd.

Guests lined up out the door to buy tickets to A Will for the Woods with filmmakers Amy...

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Posted by Kayla Reopelle at 12:25AM   |  Add a comment

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

 

Tonight’s...

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Posted by Kayla Reopelle at 12:51AM   |  Add a comment

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

Pens scribbled onto paper scraps, journals and spiral...

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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...

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Posted by Blaize Hall at 11:33PM   |  Add a comment

Blog Post by Blaize Hall, Television-Radio, '15, Georgia, Vermont

The American Dissonances concert was a contrasting assembly of American tunes played on two pianos, a bass, a trumpet, a flute, with Mezzo-Soprano vocals.  A screen played scenes of iconic geography throughout the U.S., and eclectic historical scenes such as activist movements, early home-videos, airplane...

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Posted by Alexis Lanza at 7:40PM   |  Add a comment

Blog posting by Alexis Lanza, Film, Photography, and Visual Arts '15, Enfield, CT

Monday Is Wash Day is an installation work co-directed by Chris Gallant, Assistant Professor of Digital Media at Hilbert College in Hamburg, NY. The work is...

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Posted by Kayla Reopelle at 6:49PM   |  1 comment

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

 

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Posted by Elma Yedda Gonzalez at 3:17PM   |  Add a comment

Live blog by Elma Gonzalez '14 Journalism, FLEFF Blogger, San Diego, CA

3 p.m., Park School Auditorium: Jonathan Miller, journalist, presents his lecture "The Journalist's Dilemma: How to boil the global food system down to spoon-sized servings without losing all its complexity and flavor at Ithaca College to an audience of students, faculty...

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Posted by Alexis Lanza at 2:36PM   |  Add a comment

Blog Posting by Alexis Lanza, Film, Photography, and Visual Arts '15, Enfield, CT 

Lori Joyce's 2013 film Arise...

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Posted by Kimberly Capehart at 10:18PM   |  3 comments

Blog posting by Kimberly Capehart, Documentary Studies and Production '16, FLEFF Blogger, Cherry Hill, NJ

Nicholas Walker is one of the most accomplished, yet unbelievably humble, persons I've ever had the pleasure of having a conversation with. 

When we spoke over the phone last Thursday afternoon, Walker...

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Posted by Kimberly Capehart at 7:55PM   |  1 comment

Blog posting by Kimberly Capehart, Documentary Studies and Production '16, FLEFF Blogger, Cherry Hill, NJ 

Professor Steven Ginsberg is the closest thing to a celebrity that has ever attended the Finger Lakes Environmental Film Festival.

Coming all the way from Los Angeles, California to serve...

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Posted by Haley Stearns at 5:31PM   |  1 comment

Blog post written by Haley Stearns, Still Photography '15, FLEFF Blogger, Buffalo, New York

Cary Peppermint and Leila Nadir have worked collaboratively as EcoArtTech, an environmental new media collective, since 2005. Cary and Leila form a new media art duo that has been working on studying the...

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Posted by Haley Stearns at 5:12PM   |  2 comments

Blog post written by Haley Stearns, Still Photography '15, FLEFF Blogger, Buffalo, New York

The Hungry Heart tells the story of Vermont Pediatrician Fred Holmes who works with patients addicted to prescription drugs. Music for the film includes numerous sources, but three are rooted in Ithaca: The Horse...

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Posted by Elma Yedda Gonzalez at 4:11PM   |  Add a comment

Blog post by Elma Gonzalez '14, journalism, San Diego, CA. 

With Russia constantly in the international spotlight this year, the Finger Lakes Environmental Film Festival brings a Russian documentary, “On the Way Home,” to show audiences broader reflections about a country that is often defined by news...

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Posted by Kayla Reopelle at 2:29PM   |  1 comment

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

 

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Posted by Kayla Reopelle at 1:23PM   |  Add a comment

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

 

This blog posting uses quotes...

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Posted by Kayla Reopelle at 11:21PM   |  1 comment

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

 

JG: Music is all about this tension...

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Posted by Haley Stearns at 8:31PM   |  Add a comment

Blog post written by Haley Stearns, Still Photography ’15, FLEFF Blogger, Buffalo, New York

The Cornell Laboratory of Ornithology Video Showcase is playing at 4:00 on Sunday, April 6th in Cinemapolis. During this showcase, six films will be shown and chronicle the work that the CLO has...

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Posted by Kimberly Capehart at 8:20PM   |  Add a comment

Blog posting by Kimberly Capehart, Documentary Studies and Production '16, FLEFF Blogger, Cherry Hill, NJ

Ernesto Livon-Grosman is not your average documentarian.

Livon-Grosman will be attending the 17th annual Finger Lakes Environmental Film Festival in support of his new film Brascó, as well as another of his films, Cartoneros....

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Posted by Haley Stearns at 1:05AM   |  1 comment

Blog post written by Haley Stearns, Still Photography ’15, FLEFF Blogger, Buffalo, New York

Arise documents interviews with women from around the world who all work in their respective communities to heal the environmental issues of the Earth. Lori Joyce co-directed Arise with her daughter, Candace Orlando. During...

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Posted by Kayla Reopelle at 12:54AM   |  Add a comment

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

 

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Posted by Haley Stearns at 11:53PM   |  1 comment

Blog post by Haley Stearns, Still Photography ’15, FLEFF Blogger, Buffalo, New York

Tom Swartwout has worked in The Cornell Lab of Ornithology for the past five years. Working on science and conservation films in the multimedia production group led Tom to become the director for the film

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Posted by Blaize Hall at 5:14PM   |  Add a comment

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

“You set up a place to meet, usually their house.  You show up...and its you and your camera and sound person.  You set up the lights, and you sit on their sofa, and then you spend an hour and a half delving into some of their most personal stuff...before  you know it, you’ve got people who...

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Posted by Kayla Reopelle at 9:09AM   |  Add a comment

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

 

When the Finger Lakes Environmental...

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Posted by Blaize Hall at 3:56PM   |  2 comments

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

Steve Gordon is one of Park’s finest.  After working for twenty years in LA, he escaped the traffic and city bustle and moved to peaceful Ithaca to teach.  When we met, he spoke fondly of Los Angeles, but shared how nice a change of pace Ithaca is.  He raved about his several years’ experience...

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Posted by Kayla Reopelle at 8:03PM   |  4 comments

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

 

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Posted by Kayla Reopelle at 4:30PM   |  6 comments

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

 

Flakes of snow...

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Posted by Kimberly Capehart at 8:17PM   |  3 comments

Only 12 days left until FLEFF! 

With less than 2 weeks until the festival starts, it's time to start planning your FLEFF schedule. Both the list of the films being screened on campus as well the list of the films being screened downtown at Cinemapolis have been posted! Here are my top 5 recommendations of films to see at Cinemapolis:...

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Posted by Kayla Reopelle at 10:51PM   |  Add a comment

Dissonance has surrounded my relationship with FLEFF.

 

My...

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Posted by Kimberly Capehart at 9:32PM   |  Add a comment

Blog posting by Kimberly Capehart, Documentary Studies and Production '16, FLEFF Blogger, Cherry Hill, NJ 

As I’m sitting in the Philadelphia International Airport awaiting a connecting flight to Chicago, in the midst of my intense...

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Posted by Blaize Hall at 2:33PM   |  Add a comment

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

I am brand new.  I am a sponge.  I am a first-time festival worker, first-time paraprofessional blogger, and first-time FLEFF worker.  I jumped into the FLEFF blogging team this semester with few concrete expectations.  I expected to write a lot.  I expected to absorb a mountain of new...

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Posted by Alexis Lanza at 3:13PM   |  5 comments

Blogging Post by Alexis Lanza, Film, Photography, and Visual Arts '15, FLEFF Blogger, Enfield, CT

I joined the FLEFF blogging team not knowing what to expect. All I knew was I wanted to learn and I wanted to write about it. My job is a blogger. I am a number; part of a group that is part of a larger group. We are the festival team.

The theme is dissonance....

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Posted by Kayla Reopelle at 11:11AM   |  2 comments

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

 

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Posted by Blaize Hall at 9:39PM   |  Add a comment

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

We meet in “the Pub” or IC Square, which is noisy and crowded with students having lunch, working on projects and studying.  She rushes over to the table, carrying a large school bag.  Leah Galant is a busy girl.

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Posted by Haley Stearns at 7:14PM   |  Add a comment

Blog post written by Haley Stearns, Film, Photography, and Visual Arts '15, FLEFF Blogger, Buffalo, New York

This week I had the opportunity to interview one of our FLEFF Team Leaders, Rachel Weinberg. Rachel, a sophomore Documentary Studies and Production major, shared some of her passions, thoughts, and opinions...

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Posted by Alexis Lanza at 10:19PM   |  Add a comment

Blogging post by Alexis Lanza, Film, Photography, and Visual Arts '15, FLEFF Blogger, Enfield, CT

 

Tiffani- Amber Muller, Assistant to the...

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Posted by Haley Stearns at 9:22PM   |  1 comment

Blog post written by Haley Stearns, Film, Photography, and Visual Arts ’15, FLEFF Blogger, Buffalo, New York

Bryan Roberts is the Associate Dean of the Roy H. Park School of Communications at Ithaca College. I had the privilege of asking him a few questions about his thoughts on FLEFF this past week.

Q: How long have you worked...

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Posted by Kimberly Capehart at 4:50PM   |  2 comments

Blog posting by Kimberly Capehart, Documentary Studies and Production '16, FLEFF Blogger, Cherry Hill, NJ 

Last week, my fellow blogger, Kayla Reopelle, interviewed Mr. Brett Bossard for an in-depth

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Posted by Kayla Reopelle at 7:13PM   |  Add a comment

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

This week, the FLEFF Blogging team got to Skype with Dr. Leila Nadir, co-founder of Eco Art Tech, an environmental digital art collective. Nadir will be co-hosting the event "Dissonant...

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Posted by Alexis Lanza at 3:04PM   |  Add a comment

Blogging post by Alexis Lanza, Film, Photography, and Visual Arts '15, FLEFF Blogger, Enfield, CT

Dr. Annette Levine is a professor in the Department of Modern Languages and Literatures. She teaches...

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Posted by Kayla Reopelle at 11:52PM   |  3 comments

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

 

On a rainy Thursday night, I walk...

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Posted by Elma Yedda Gonzalez at 11:16PM   |  Add a comment

Phil Wilde, vice president of Insights International, Inc. fell in love when he was a college student at Cornell University in 1970. That year, he picked up a Portapak camera for the first time and began recording everything. Film became his addiction.

Since 1970, Wilde has helped...

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Posted by Haley Stearns at 7:43PM   |  Add a comment

Blog post written by Haley Stearns, Film, Photography, and Visual Arts ’15, FLEFF Blogger, Buffalo, New York

An edited account of a personal interview with Dr. Christopher House, a professor in the Department of Communication Studies, Ithaca College.

Q: How long...

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Posted by Blaize Hall at 12:10PM   |  1 comment

Blog post written by Blaize Hall, '15, Television-Radio Communications, Georgia, Vermont. 

Edited excerpts from a personal interview with Mead Loop, Associate Professor and Documentary Studies Program Coordinator, Department of Journalism, Ithaca College

Q: I’d like to hear about your experience as an...

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Posted by Kayla Reopelle at 11:39PM   |  1 comment

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

 

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Posted by Blaize Hall at 7:43PM   |  2 comments

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

1.  Human rights film festivals were not a presence until the 1990's.

2.  Film festivals can bridge a gap between commercial distribution and i

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Posted by Kimberly Capehart at 7:40PM   |  2 comments

Blog post by Kimberly Capehart, Documentary Studies and Production ’16, FLEFF Blogger, Cherry Hill, NJ

Ms. Jenny Stockdale is a long way from home in Ithaca, New York. But that doesn’t stop her from feeling right at home with the Finger Lakes Environmental Film Festival.

Hailing from Southern California, Stockdale made the move to Ithaca last January, where she...

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Posted by Blaize Hall at 3:02PM   |  1 comment

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

Tufts of hair poke every which way after he runs his hands over his head, making him look all the more like a passionate artist.  John Scott leans back in his chair and exhales slowly.  There is a long pause, the only sound in the...

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Posted by Kimberly Capehart at 11:46AM   |  2 comments

Blog posting by Kimberly Capehart, Documentary Studies and Production '16, FLEFF Blogger, Cherry Hill, NJ

Hello FLEFFers!

The blogging team has been busy interviewing and writing for the past couple of weeks, but we've also been doing quite a bit of learning. In order to more fully understand our position in the festival world, we've been reading a number of...

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Posted by Alexis Lanza at 9:08PM   |  Add a comment

Blogging post by Alexis Lanza, Film, Photography, and Visual Arts '15, FLEFF Blogger, Enfield, CT
 

5 Things I Have Learned About Film Festivals

  1. The first film festival was in Venice, Italy
  2. The most important aspects of...

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Posted by Blaize Hall at 11:55PM   |  1 comment

Blog post written by Blaize Hall, Television-Radio Communications, '15, Georgia, Vermont

    Pizza from Sammy’s, gorge jumping, picnics at Buttermilk Falls, great theatre at Dillingham,...

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Posted by Kimberly Capehart at 3:50PM   |  4 comments

Blog posting by Kimberly Capehart, Documentary Studies and Production ’16, FLEFF Blogger, Cherry Hill, NJ

Dr. Thomas Shevory is a Politics professor at Ithaca College, but admits he took on a sort of “second career” when he became co-director of the Finger Lakes Environmental Film Festival 10 years...

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Posted by Elma Yedda Gonzalez at 1:30PM   |  2 comments

Blog post written by Elma Gonzalez '14, FLEFF Blogger, Journalism, San Diego, CA.

The office is not very large. Its white walls serve as a frame to a plethora of posters, which urge students to participate in events discussing race and ethnicity. A colorful map of the world serves as the focal point of the room. It hangs above an L shaped desk with a computer monitor that is...

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Posted by Alexis Lanza at 10:55PM   |  1 comment

Blog Post by Alexis Lanza, Film, Photography, and Visual Arts '15, FLEFF Blogger, Enfield, CT

Ms. Karen Rodriguez, the curator for the Upstate Filmmaker's Showcase screening, has worked with the Finger Lakes Environmental Film Festival for three years. Over the phone, she discussed her involvement with FLEFF,...

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Blog Post by Alexis Lanza, Film, Photography, and Visual Arts '15, FLEFF Blogger, Enfield, CT

Karissa Breuer, Film, Photography, and Visual Arts '14, has two years of FLEFF under her belt. She shared her...

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Posted by Kayla Reopelle at 6:44PM   |  1 comment

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

Dr. Claudia Pederson has worked with the Finger Lakes Environmental Film Festival for eight years. This year she became assistant curator for new...

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Posted by Kimberly Capehart at 2:55PM   |  1 comment

Blog post by Kimberly Capehart, Documentary Studies and Production '16, FLEFF Blogger, Cherry Hill, NJ

Uncomfortable. Conflicting. Incompatible.

Dissonance.

For me, the past year has been all about breaking out of my comfort zone, and that is reflected in the theme of this year’s Finger Lakes Environmental Film Festival. 

I’ve come a...

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Posted by Kayla Reopelle at 10:02PM   |  Add a comment

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

Kaley Belval has held almost every position a student could hold with the Finger Lakes Environmental Film Festival. She spoke with me over...

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Posted by Blaize Hall at 3:25PM   |  Add a comment

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

Edited excerpts from an interview with Warren Schlesinger, Finger Lakes Environmental Film Festival fellowship and mini course coordinator, as well as Associate Professor of Accounting at Ithaca College School of Business.

Q: How long have you been involved with FLEFF?
A:  ...

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Posted by Kayla Reopelle at 11:46PM   |  3 comments

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

 

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

“So many strange peoples and hardships...”

 

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Posted by Alexis Lanza at 6:19PM   |  1 comment

Blog posting by Alexis Lanza, Film Photography, and Visual Arts '15, FLEFF Blogger, Enfield, CT 

When I joined the FLEFF 2014...

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Posted by Elma Yedda Gonzalez at 11:51PM   |  Add a comment

Blog post written by Elma Gonzalez '14, FLEFF Blogger, Journalism, San Diego, CA.

In the past, FLEFF has explored themes that challenge the audience and encourage discussion of important social issues. This year is no different. The 2014 FLEFF theme, which is picked by festival directors,

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Posted by Blaize Hall at 10:59PM   |  2 comments

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

Hello Curious Wanderer of FLEFF Blogs,

You may know that our team meets weekly for a class guiding us on our journey as bloggers.  This week instead of a lecture and discussion, we attended the Cloud Chamber Orchestra live accompaniment to

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Posted by Kimberly Capehart at 1:37PM   |  1 comment

Blog posting written by Kimberly Capehart, Documentary Studies and Production ’16, FLEFF Blogger, Cherry Hill, NJ

On Tuesday, January 28th, the Cloud Chamber Orchestra accompanied the silent ethnographic documentary, Grass: A Nation’s Battle for Life (you can read Blaize's

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Posted by Rachael Lewis-Krisky at 10:28AM   |  1 comment

On Jan. 28 at Cornell University’s Sage Chapel, The Cloud Chamber Orchestra played along with a screening of the historical ethnographic documentary, "Grass: A Nation's Battle for Life.”

Bringing “Grass: A...

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Posted by Blaize Hall at 4:08PM   |  1 comment

Blog post written by Blaize Hall, Television-Radio Communications, '15, FLEFF blogger, Georgia, VT

Dissonance.  The word strikes a chord within every musician who toils over notes that clash while simultaneously creating the esoteric thrill appreciated by those who thrive...

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Posted by Alexis Lanza at 12:13AM   |  2 comments

Blog posting written by Alexis Lanza, Film, Photography, and Visual Arts, '15, FLEFF Blogger, Enfield, Connecticut.

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Posted by Kimberly Capehart at 11:58PM   |  4 comments

Ithaca's very own Cloud Chamber Orchestra will be playing an original live score to the classic documentary, Grass: A Nation's Battle for Life, this Tuesday, January 28th, 2014 at the Sage Chapel at Cornell University. The beautiful interior of the chapel should make a pleasant backdrop for what is...

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Posted by Timna Mayer at 11:08PM   |  1 comment

Blog posting written by Timna Mayer, Violin Performance,'15, FLEFF blogger, Salzburg, Austria

My name is Timna Mayer. Yes, it’s Tim-na (people usually have trouble understanding my name so I’m just making sure). Anyway, I’m Timna and I come from Salzburg, Austria.  Austria is the tiny country right next to...

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Posted by Kayla Reopelle at 11:01PM   |  4 comments

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

 

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Posted by Elma Yedda Gonzalez at 11:15AM   |  2 comments

Blog post written by Elma Gonzalez '14, FLEFF Blogger, Journalism, San Diego, CA. 

Hello fellow FLEFF enthusiasts!

This year is FLEFF's 17th anniversary. The theme is Dissonance, and beginning March 31 through April 6,...

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Posted by Kimberly Capehart at 11:48AM   |  3 comments

Blog posting by Kimberly Capehart, Documentary Studies and Production ’16, FLEFF Blogger, Cherry Hill, New Jersey

Welcome back, FLEFFers!

The 17th annual Finger Lakes Environmental Film Festival is approaching quickly: kicking off on March 31st and running until April 6th here in Ithaca, New York.

My name is Kimberly Capehart...

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Posted by Shawn Steiner at 12:13PM   |  Add a comment

Blog posting written by Shawn Steiner, Film, Photography, and Visual Arts '13, FLEFF Intern, Elkridge, MD

It's been a good three years since I started college and I haven't missed a single Finger Lakes Environmental Film Festival. I was a blogger my freshman year, a willing participant under Dr. Zimmermann's tutelage my sophomore year and yet again a blogger this year, my junior/senior...

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Posted by Karly Placek at 10:42PM   |  Add a comment

Blog posting by Karly Placek, Documentary Studies and Production '15, FLEFF Social Media Manager, Monroe, Wisconsin 

As a freshman, I was told by a professor to enjoy every minute of my college experience because it was going to be the fastest four years of my life. 

Nearly two years later, I've come to the conclusion that this is the truest piece of advice regarding...

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Posted by Kimberly Capehart at 2:38PM   |  Add a comment

Blog posting written by Kimberly Capehart, Documentary Studies and Production '16, FLEFF Intern, Cherry Hill, New Jersey 

Wow.

I am eighteen years old and I just spent a week seeing dozens of films, meeting and conversing with film directors, distributors, producer, new media artists and musicians, and, most importantly, writing about all of it. 

FLEFF is...

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Posted by Erica Moriarty at 5:49PM   |  Add a comment

Blog posting written by Erica Moriarty, Documentary Studies and Production ’16, FLEFF Intern, Houston, Texas 

“Stories are at the core of understanding people.”

Liz Miller’s words during the Transmedia Workshop stuck with me during the entire week of FLEFF. Now more than a week later, I find...

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Posted by Andrew Ronald at 8:56PM   |  Add a comment

 Blog posting written by Andrew Ronald, Film, Photography & Visual Arts '15, Mahopac NY, Social Media Manager

This 16th annual Finger Lakes Environmental Film Festival has come and gone, and let me just say it was such a powerful experience.

Being a blogger has allowed me to develop my own voice, communicate my own thoughts, and fully immerse in the festival's...

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Posted by Chloe Wilson at 3:41PM   |  Add a comment

Blog posting by Chloe Wilson, Television-Radio '14, Ashland Massachusetts, Festival Blogger

It’s hard to believe that FLEFF was only a week ago. It’s such a jam-packed week so, for me, it takes a long time to process all of the things I learned and all of the...

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Posted by Kimberly Capehart at 4:24PM   |  Add a comment

Blog posting by Kimberly Capehart, Documentary Studies and Production '16, FLEFF Intern, Cherry Hill, New Jersey 

I'm sitting in at what is arguably the most exciting FLEFF event: FLEFF Lab Friday!

Directors, producers, distributors, and scholars have been sitting in Park 220 all day long, speaking with students and amongst themselves about a wide variety of...

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Posted by Erica Moriarty at 2:05PM   |  Add a comment

Blog posting written by Erica Moriarty, Documentary Studies and Production '16, FLEFF Intern, Houston, Texas 

Hello FLEFFers! Can't make it to the FLEFF Lab in Park 220? No problem! I'm here live blogging to bring you the highlights!

And due to a last minute change, filmmaker Bo Wang, the first Chinese filmmaker...

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Posted by Shawn Steiner at 11:06AM   |  Add a comment

Blog posting written by Shawn Steiner '13 & Andrew Ronald '15, Film, Photography, and Visual Arts, FLEFF Interns

New media and an experimental filmmaker? Be prepared for some very unique and inspired thoughts during this next hour of FLEFF Lab Friday. Make sure to stop by Park 220 sometime today as it will always have something exciting going on.

A very good start to the...

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Posted by Andrew Ronald at 10:32AM   |  1 comment

Blog posting written by Andrew Ronald '15 & Shawn Steiner '13, Film, Photography & Visual Arts, FLEFF Interns

What's the best part about Friday during FLEFF week? FLEFF Lab Friday of course! Shawn and Andrew are here live blogging the event for everyone who couldn't make it to Park 220 today in person.

We are starting with Ulises Mejias, author of Off the...

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Posted by Kimberly Capehart at 5:47PM   |  1 comment

Blog posting written by Kimberly Capehart, Documentary Studies and Production '16, FLEFF intern, Cherry Hill, New Jersey

Hey all! 

I'm currently sitting in Williams 202, waiting for the screening of Mansoor Behnam's experimental film, Cup of Coffee with Kafka. Behnam, himself, is...

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Posted by Kristen Tomkowid at 10:08PM   |  Add a comment

Posted by Shawn Steiner at 7:35PM   |  Add a comment

Blog post written by Shawn Steiner, Film, Photography, and Visual Arts '13, FLEFF Intern, Elkridge, MD

Elizabeth Miller has begun her presentation so there is still time to get here if you can! We are in The Park Center for Business room 111.

 

TRANSMEDIA WORKSHOP: ELIZABETH MILLER

"The beauty of transmedia is that both of us can present at the same...

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Posted by Erica Moriarty at 5:57PM   |  1 comment

Blog posting written by Erica Moriarty, Documentary Studies and Production ’16, FLEFF Intern, Houston, Texas 

Last night, Hockett Hall filled with the sounds of the medieval, the baroque and the 20th century all at once with Ithaca College’s rendition of

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Posted by Erica Moriarty at 5:06PM   |  Add a comment

Blog posting by Erica Moriarty, Documentary Studies and Production '16, FLEFF Blogger, Houston, Texas

Hello FLEFFers! 

Can't make it to Sarah Dupont's discussion of Amazon Gold? No problem! I'm here, live blogging away and bringing you the highlights!

We're over in Williams 202 with a full class! Sarah's trailer of Amazon Gold is great!...

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Posted by Andrew Ronald at 4:13PM   |  Add a comment

Blog posting written by Andrew Ronald, Film, Photography & Visual Arts '15, Social Media Manager, Mahopac, NY

It's the second day out of a week-long worth of events for FLEFF and they're going strong! If you couldn't make it to this insightful workshop with Sarah DuPont, producer of Amazon Gold, there is no need to fret! I'll be...

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Posted by Shawn Steiner at 3:08PM   |  1 comment

Blog posting written by Shawn Steiner, Film, Photography, and Visual Arts '13, FLEFF Blogger, Elkridge, MD

Welcome to FLEFF's opening day and the first of many live blogs of the week. 

We have concluded our discussion, but at 10:00AM-10:50AM in Park 220 Ulises Mejias will lead a discussion about Augmented Reality...

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Posted by Dorothea Hinman at 4:40PM   |  2 comments

Blog posting written by Dorothea Hinman, Cinema and Photography '15, FLEFF Intern, Rochester, NY.

Just as one of the busiest weeks of my life draws to a close, another busy, exciting week is just getting started.

Of course, I am talking about FLEFF. 

It's an exciting, fun filled week packed with various lectures, films, musical...

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Posted by Chloe Wilson at 3:48PM   |  1 comment

Blog post by Chloe Wilson, Television-Radio '14, FLEFF Blogger, Ashland, Massachusetts

I got the chance to speak with Ulises Mejias, a new media scholar who will be hosting a workshop at this year's FLEFF! He gave me the scoop on his work and what to expect this year. Read on for more!

Chloe Wilson: How are you involved with this year's...

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Posted by Erica Moriarty at 12:39AM   |  Add a comment

Blog posting written by Erica Moriarty, Documentary Studies ’16, FLEFF Intern, Houston, Texas

No color. No sound. No movie?

How about we add in a live orchestra… Sounding a little better?

And have the event at the home of silent films… You interested yet?...

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Posted by Kimberly Capehart at 6:12PM   |  Add a comment

Blog posting written by: Kimberly Capehart, Documentary Studies and Production ’16, FLEFF Intern, Cherry Hill, NJ

I’ve never been to a film festival.

This news might be surprising to some, especially since I’m currently interning for a film festival, but I am a complete newbie in the...

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Posted by Chloe Wilson at 5:22PM   |  1 comment

The closer we get to FLEFF, the more excited I get!  It also helps that more and more events are being announced everyday. It's exciting to guess what new films and guests will be at FLEFF, and what new experiences this year's FLEFF will offer.

I already posted about the Cinemapolis FLEFF films I can't wait to see, but the FLEFF on-campus schedule was released earlier this week...

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Posted by Andrew Ronald at 9:55PM   |  1 comment

Blog posting written by Andrew Ronald, Film, Photography & Visual Arts '15, FLEFF Social Media Manager, Mahopac, New York

You might have heard it while watching the climax to an action-packed movie. You might have heard it in an elegant concert hall. You might have even heard it on The X Factor.

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Posted by Kristen Tomkowid at 7:38PM   |  1 comment

Blog post written by Kristen Tomkowid, Journalism '15, FLEFF Intern, Poughkeepsie, New York

Nicholas DiEugenio is an assistant professor in the IC School of Music with specialties in violin and chamber music. At this year's festival, Carmina Burana will be performed by local musicians. DiEugenio talked about his involvement with this performance.

Kristen...

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Posted by Karly Placek at 9:40AM   |  Add a comment

Blog posting by Karly Placek, Documentary Studies and Production '15, FLEFF Social Media Manager, Monroe, Wisconsin 

Gruonet der walt allenthalben! The woods are turning green all over!

Or hopefully they will soon, anyway. As the snow melts and spring here in Ithaca dances towards us, I can't help but get excited for the warm weather and the great events that come with it....

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Posted by Erica Moriarty at 2:37PM   |  1 comment

Posted by Chloe Wilson at 9:25AM   |  1 comment

Blog posting written by Chloe Wilson, Television-Radio ’14, FLEFF Intern, Ashland, Massachusetts.

This isn't your typical "wheel of fortune."

One of the major events of FLEFF's...

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Posted by Dorothea Hinman at 9:43PM   |  Add a comment

 Blog posting written by Dorothea Hinman, Cinema and Photography '15, FLEFF Intern, Rochester, NY

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Posted by Kimberly Capehart at 8:00PM   |  3 comments

Blog posting by Kimberly Capehart, Documentary Studies and Production ’16, FLEFF Blogger, Cherry Hill, New Jersey

As a freshman in college, lots of things in the past 7 months have seemed intimidating.

It was intimidating to start all over at the bottom of the social food chain in a brand new school. It was intimidating to...

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Posted by Erica Moriarty at 2:23PM   |  Add a comment

Blog posting written by Erica Moriarty, Documentary Studies and Production ’16, FLEFF Intern, Houston, Texas

Ironically, a whole mess of I-don’t-knows and I’m-not-really-sures define my first year in college. My experience thus far with FLEFF mirrors this same uncertainty.

I...

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Posted by Dorothea Hinman at 8:08PM   |  1 comment

 Blog posting written by Dorothea Hinman, Cinema and Photography '15, FLEFF blogger, Rochester, NY

When asked to reflect upon my FLEFF experience thus far, I don't know where to start. 

So far, I've had to the opportunity to interview and write about significant and influential

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Posted by Erica Moriarty at 3:23PM   |  1 comment

Blog posting written by Erica Moriarty, Documentary Studies and Production '16, FLEFF Intern, Houston, Texas

This Sunday, March 3rd, FLEFF will kickoff at Cinemapolis with The Upstate Filmmaker's Showcase, including two pieces by Ithaca College’s...

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Posted by Kimberly Capehart at 12:33PM   |  2 comments

Blog posting by Kimberly Capehart, Documentary Studies and Production '16, FLEFF Blogger, Cherry Hill, New Jersey 

As FLEFF is quickly approaching, it's time to start giving some thought to the films YOU want to see downtown at Ithaca's very own independent movie theater, Cinemapolis. 

The full lineup of films is posted

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Posted by Dorothea Hinman at 6:20PM   |  2 comments

Blog posting written by Dorothea Hinman, Cinema and Photography '15, FLEFF blogger, Rochester, NY

The Distributed Microtopias Exhibition  at this year's FLEFF is packed with tons of new media from talented artists from the upstate area. Nicole Antebi is one...

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Posted by Kristen Tomkowid at 10:01AM   |  1 comment

 In October 1917, the Bolsheviks rose up to receive total power in Russia from the government. Before this could happen, much had to be done. The monarchy had to be overthrown and creating a need for a new leading body. This was to be a big year for the people of Russia.

Eleven years later, Sergei Eisenstein partnered with Grigori Aleksandrov to create

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Posted by Erica Moriarty at 10:31AM   |  1 comment

Blog posting by Erica Moriarty, Documentary Studies and Production '16, Houston, Texas

Great music? Beautiful cinematography? Compelling stories? Name just about anything, and FLEFF will have it this year.

Personally, my list of interests is insanely eclectic. Yet, this year’s line up includes at...

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Posted by Andrew Ronald at 8:38AM   |  Add a comment

Blog posting written by Andrew Ronald, Film, Photography & Visual Arts '15, FLEFF Intern, Mahopac, NY

What's the best part about FLEFF? Meeting the guests, of course!

Yes, the films being screened are fantastically exclusive, but it's even more exciting to meet the people behind these...

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Posted by Kimberly Capehart at 11:38AM   |  2 comments

 Blog posting by Kimberly Capehart, Documentary Studies and Production '16, FLEFF Blogger, Cherry Hill, New Jersey

I recently had the opportunity to pick the brain of aforementioned upstate artist, Samantha Raut, whose project Art is Atrocity was displayed in FLEFF's Distributed Microtopia's Exhibition.

Taking a satirical approach through the use of tacky billboards, Raut...

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Posted by Chloe Wilson at 1:18PM   |  3 comments

Blog posting written by Chloe Wilson, Television-Radio '14, FLEFF Blogger, Ashland, Massachusetts.

One of my favorite parts about FLEFF is the festival's partnership with Ithaca-based theater Cinemapolis....

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Posted by Andrew Ronald at 2:10PM   |  4 comments

Blog posting written by Andrew Ronald, Film, Photography & Visual Arts '15, FLEFF Blogger, Mahopac, New York.

I recently had the opportunity to Skype with Shambhavi Kaul, a continuation of

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Posted by Kimberly Capehart at 11:53AM   |  6 comments

Blog posting written by Kimberly Capehart, Documentary Studies and Production ’16, FLEFF Blogger, Cherry Hill, New Jersey 

A series of controversial billboards recently caught the attention of passerbys in Syracuse, New York. 

A part of

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Posted by Erica Moriarty at 5:33PM   |  Add a comment

Blog posting written by Erica Moriarty, Documentary Studies and Production '16, FLEFF Intern, Houston, Texas

Just by opening a laptop, we are presented data with the goal of processing that data into information. But what happens in between during that process?

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Posted by Shawn Steiner at 12:31PM   |  6 comments

Blog posting written by Shawn Steiner, Film, Photography, and Visual Arts '13, FLEFF Intern, Elkridge, MD

Imagine that before you leave for work your roommate says that he/she is going to make soup for dinner. You get excited wondering what kind and mentally prepare yourself for the meal. But, when you arrive at home you find a series of bowls on the counter. One has broth, one has...

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Posted by Erica Moriarty at 6:57PM   |  3 comments

Blog posting written by Erica Moriarty, Documentary Studies '16, FLEFF Intern, Houston, Texas 

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Posted by Shawn Steiner at 9:01AM   |  2 comments

Blog posting written by Shawn Steiner, Film, Photography, and Visual Arts ’13, FLEFF Intern, Elkridge, MD 

I’m not the only person coming back to FLEFF this year!

Evan Meaney is a professor of transmedia design at the University of Tennessee. And, he is both an Ithaca College graduate and FLEFF alum. He will be returning this...

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Posted by Chloe Wilson at 11:03AM   |  3 comments

Blog posting written by Chloe Wilson, Television-Radio '14, FLEFF Blogger, Ashland, Massachusetts.

If you haven't gotten the chance to check out FLEFF's Distributed Microtopias...

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Posted by Shawn Steiner at 2:14PM   |  3 comments

Blog posting written by Shawn Steiner, Film, Photography, and Visual Arts ’13, FLEFF Intern, Elkridge, Maryland

Can we spray paint? No.

Can we chalk the sidewalks? No.

Can we put pamphlets out across campus? No.

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Posted by Andrew Ronald at 5:33PM   |  2 comments

Blog posting written by Andrew Ronald, Film, Photography & Visual Arts '15, FLEFF Intern, Mahopac, New York

Knowledge. Exploration. Imagination.

These are all elements of the Distributed Microtopias Exhibition here at the 16th annual Finger Lakes Environmental Film Festival. And there was one artist in...

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Posted by Dorothea Hinman at 3:58PM   |  2 comments

Blog posting written by Dorothea Hinman, Cinema and Photography, '15, FLEFF Intern, Rochester, New York. 

Art, in all its forms, is movement. I dare you to come up with one form of art that does not encompass movement.  

A hand needs to drag the paintbrush across the canvas. A singer needs her vocal cords to vibrate in order to create a melody. A movie needs a...

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Posted by Chloe Wilson at 10:50AM   |  4 comments

Blog posting written by Chloe Wilson, Television-Radio '14, FLEFF Blogger, Ashland, Massachusetts.

When I was a freshman in high school, I got bitten by the travel bug.

With the People to People Student Ambassador Program, I travelled to Australia to discover an entire new culture.  I stayed...

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Posted by Shawn Steiner at 9:00AM   |  4 comments

Blog posting written by Shawn Steiner, Film, Photography, and Visual Arts ’13, FLEFF Intern, Elkridge, Maryland

Have you ever geotagged a photograph?

I do it all the time

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Posted by Andrew Ronald at 5:10PM   |  4 comments

Blog posting written by Andrew Ronald, Film, Photography & Visual Arts '15, FLEFF Intern, Mahopac, New York

Cinema is moving. 

Usually at twenty-four frames per second for all you filmmaker enthusiasts out there (putting Peter Jackson's attempt at innovation aside.) But...

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Posted by Dorothea Hinman at 11:29PM   |  7 comments

Blog posting written by Dorothea Hinman, Cinema and Photography, '15, FLEFF Intern, Rochester, New York. 

Greetings, FLEFF world!

I, Dorothea Hinman, am a sophomore at Ithaca College studying Cinema and Photography with a concentration in screenwriting. A theater minor is also in the works. I come from a small town outside...

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Posted by Andrew Ronald at 1:04PM   |  2 comments

Blog posting written by Andrew Ronald, Film, Photography & Visual Arts '15, FLEFF Blogger, Mahopac, New York

Well here we go again with another great edition of the Finger Lakes Environmental Film Festival!

My name is Andrew Ronald and this is my second year in a row blogging for FLEFF, but...

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Posted by Shawn Steiner at 11:00AM   |  2 comments
Blog posting written by Shawn Steiner, Film, Photography, and Visual Arts ’13, FLEFF Intern, Elkridge, Maryland
 
It’s good to be back! 
 
First, we are celebrating the 16th year of the Finger Lakes Environmental Film Festival. Second, I’m glad to be back as an intern. I took a year off since my

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Posted by Chloe Wilson at 9:39PM   |  2 comments

Blog posting written by Chloe Wilson, Television-Radio '14, FLEFF Blogger, Ashland, Massachusetts.

Hello, FLEFFers!

My name is Chloe Wilson, and I'm excited to be back blogging with FLEFF for the second year in a row!

I'm a junior television-radio major with a concentration in...

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Posted by Sarah Lockwood at 11:23AM   |  2 comments

Blog post written by Sarah Lockwood, Cinema & Photography '15, FLEFF Intern, Blairstown, New Jersey

Sunday, the final evening of FLEFF 2012, I found myself in theater number four at Cinemapolis, watching the film Beijing Besieged by Waste...

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Posted by Hannah Raskin at 8:01PM   |  Add a comment

The Bernie Upson Quartet is an Ithaca staple, consisting of: Bernie Upson on bass, Dino Losito on piano, Chuck Leo on sax, and Al Harland on drums. 

I went to Maxie’s Supper Club for one of Bernie’s gigs (he plays there the third Sunday of every month.) Bernie’s passion and aptitude for his trade were evident with the first...

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Posted by Sarah Lockwood at 3:41PM   |  Add a comment
Blog post by Sarah Lockwood, Cinema & Photography '15, FLEFF Intern, Blairstown, NJ
 
I am live blogging from the Park Hall Auditorium at Ithaca College, in VJ/DJ Art Jones's master class entitled 'Live Remixing Revisited.' I am eager to learn as much as...

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Posted by Sarah Lockwood at 11:52AM   |  1 comment

Blog post by Sarah Lockwood, Cinema & Photography '15, FLEFF Intern, Blairstown, NJ

From talking with Menna Khalil, an activist with the Arab Spring movement, it was impossible not to come away with a thorough understanding of the movement's past, present, and future. For those who are not familiar, I asked Menna to discuss a few topics, which I have condensed into the following...

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Posted by Sarah Lockwood at 11:19AM   |  Add a comment

Blog post by Sarah Lockwood, Cinema & Photography '15, FLEFF Intern, Blairstown, NJ

I had the utmost pleasure of speaking with Menna Khalil, an activist with the Arab Spring movement the Middle East, specifically Palestine and Egypt. For the duration of our talk we covered her personal...

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Posted by Hannah Raskin at 4:26PM   |  Add a comment

Blog posting written by Hana Raskin, Communication Management & Design '12, FLEFF intern, New York City

Tom Torello is a graduate of Ithaca College, where he majored in Television and Radio with a concentration in Advertising and Public Relations. He has worked in New York City as a media planner at a big agency, for clients like Proctor & Gamble and Richardson...

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Posted by Sarah Lockwood at 11:08AM   |  Add a comment

Blog post written by Sarah Lockwood, Cinema & Photography '15, FLEFF Intern, Blairstown, NJ

 What is a VJ?

"What does a DJ do?" Art Jones asks in response to my question.

A DJ at an event pools music from multiple sources, mixes and edits them through spontaneous...

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Posted by Hannah Raskin at 8:25PM   |  Add a comment

Carlos Gutiérrez met his business partner Monika Wagenberg back in 1997 when they were both students in the Cinema Studies program at NYU. At the time, Latin American cinema was not very prevalent in the United States. Carlos and Monika wanted to find a way to "promote cinema from the region, locally," and thus, Cinema...

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Posted by Ian Carsia at 6:19PM   |  Add a comment

Blog posting written by Ian Carsia, Cinema & Photography '14, FLEFF Intern, Hamilton, NJ

1) What are you presenting/participating in for FLEFF 2012 and how does this relate to and engage with Microtopias?

"I am teaching a course together with media arts artist and Ph.D. candidate at the Information Science department...

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Posted by Sarah Lockwood at 12:22AM   |  3 comments

Blog post written by Sarah Lockwood, Cinema & Photography '15, FLEFF Intern, Blairstown, NJ

As a FLEFF Intern for the 2012 season, I have had the pleasure of attending class weekly with two brilliant and inspiring internship coordinators - one of whom is Philip Wilde. Phil was kind enough to spend an extra ten minutes of his evening discussing his background in film, his...

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Posted by Sarah Lockwood at 4:36PM   |  2 comments

 Blog post written by Sarah Lockwood, Cinema & Photography '15, FLEFF Intern, Blairstown, NJ

A few weeks ago I had the pleasure of sitting down with Stephanie Khoury - who goes by Steph - a fellow freshman and FLEFF Intern like myself.

Some quick facts about Steph include the following:

  • Born and raised in Jefferson, New Jersey (at one time...

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Posted by Ian Carsia at 1:51PM   |  Add a comment

Blog posting written by Ian Carsia, Cinema & Photography '14, FLEFF Intern, Hamilton, NJ

Devan Johnson is a member of the Ithaca class of 2012 and a returning Intern for the Finger Lakes Environmental Film Festival.

This year, she's assuming the added responsibility of 'team leader' for the newest crop of Interns. When asked about...

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Posted by Sarah Lockwood at 7:08PM   |  3 comments

Blog Post by Sarah Lockwood, Cinema & Photography '15, FLEFF Intern, Blairstown, NJ

I have chosen to continue the journey to FLEFF week with a 'virtual tour' of some of the hottest places in Ithaca, NY to be during the week of March 25th, 2012!

This is...

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Blog posting written by Chloe Wilson, Television-Radio ’14, FLEFF Intern, Ashland, Massachusetts.

Back for his fourth year, Robby Aceto is at FLEFF once again!

I got the chance to listen to Acteo speak about his work.  This year, he'll be performing live music to accompany the

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Posted by Andrew Ronald at 7:06PM   |  1 comment

Blog posting written by Andrew Ronald, Film, Photography & Visual Arts '15, FLEFF Intern, Mahopac, NY

FLEFF: A Different Environment

It's a promising tagline. Promoting sustainability, encouraging environmentally friendly habits, and even being able to...

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Posted by Kaley Belval at 11:41PM   |  2 comments

 Blog posting written by Kaley Belval, Documentary Studies and Production '15, FLEFF Intern, Woodbury, CT 

In 1922, the film considered to be the first true feature length documentary was produced: Nanook of the North. 

This year, the film is being shown at FLEFF for its 90th anniversary, with an orchestra playing its score. And it is probably one of the things I...

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Posted by Hannah Raskin at 9:13PM   |  Add a comment

Posted by Sarah Lockwood at 11:18AM   |  5 comments

Blog post written by Sarah Lockwood, Cinema & Photography '15, FLEFF Intern, Blairstown, NJ

In order to define microtopias, I believe we must divide the word into two logical halves, toss in a little bit of etymology, then piece it back together again. With a little help from the Online Etymology Dictionary, of...

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Posted by Andrew Ronald at 7:16PM   |  2 comments

Blog posting written by Andrew Ronald, Film, Photography & Visual Arts '15, FLEFF Intern, Mahopac, New York

"There are so many brilliant people on this campus. They are extraordinary musicians, fantastic friends, wonderful colleagues, and what I've learned from them is to have the guts to push the envelope and go artistically and emotionally where you never thought you would...

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Posted by Andrew Ronald at 12:08AM   |  1 comment

Blog posting written by Andrew Ronald, Film, Photography & Visual Arts '15, FLEFF Intern, Mahopac, NY

It has been really exciting for us FLEFF interns to get to know each other, and as a blogger, I took the liberty in getting to know my fellow colleagues I will be working with at the festival. I would like to introduce all you FLEFF activists to the spunky and ambitious Karly...

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Posted by Kaley Belval at 10:56PM   |  2 comments

 Blog posting written by Kaley Belval, Documentary Studies and Production '15, FLEFF Intern, Woodbury, CT

Most people think of utopias as these grand, beautiful places where everyone is filled with happiness and bliss. Other than maybe a vacation to Hawaii or some other island with clear blue waters, white sands, and palm trees, that does not seem very attainable. 

In...

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Posted by Hannah Raskin at 6:30PM   |  4 comments

 In 1516, Thomas More wrote a book called "Utopia." In the book there is an island that is described as the absolute perfect place with: no private ownership, no locks on doors, free hospitals and communal meals. Of course many features of this imaginary society are a little outdated, like...

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Blog posting written by Andrew Ronald, Film, Photography & Visual Arts '15, FLEFF Intern, Mahopac, New York

The theme of FLEFF this year explores the concept of microtpias, and because this definition varies on a number of levels,  I figured I would tackle my own definition of the term. And you can put the dictionary down because the idea behind microtopias is too abstract to...

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Posted by Andrew Ronald at 2:55AM   |  4 comments

Blog posting written by Andrew Ronald, Film, Photography & Visual Arts '15, FLEFF Intern, Mahopac, New York

Alright, here's the scene: you are finally about to see the film you have been begging all your friends to sacrifice ten bucks for and go see with you. You get there, overcome with excitement for this movie. You are sitting in the middle of a packed theater with about one...

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Blog posting written by Kaley Belval, Documentary Studies and Production '15, FLEFF Intern, Woodbury, CT

Life is interesting when you seek out issues that you have never known of before. That is my main interest, finding stories which I do not know much about and educating myself so that I can help to educate others. 

This is one of the main reasons why I wanted to be a...

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Posted by Andrew Ronald at 1:02AM   |  2 comments

Blog posting written by Andrew Ronald, Film, Photography & Visual Arts '15, FLEFF Intern, Mahopac, New York

The power of cinema is important to anyone who may be in the filmmaking business or studying film theory, and it even targets viewers who simply derive enjoyment from watching films. This affinity to cinema was something that struck me at...

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Posted by Sarah Lockwood at 9:50AM   |  1 comment

Blog post written by Sarah Lockwood, Cinema & Photography ’15, FLEFF Intern, Blairstown, New Jersey.

Greetings fellow film connoisseurs, artists, environmentalists, and creative folk alike. My name is Sarah Lockwood. I spent my whole life up until the past few months in a small town in Northern New Jersey called

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Posted by Lindsay Harrop at 6:11PM   |  3 comments

Blog posting written by Lindsay Harrop, Cinema & Photography '13, FLEFF Intern, McMinnville, Oregon

The second part of my live blogging from the How to Get Your Break Panel in Williams 225:

SG: How do you get agents? How do you get someone to read your script?
TM: I'm still trying to figure that out. As a writer, what I do to get people to read my...

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Posted by Lindsay Harrop at 4:45PM   |  3 comments

Blog posting written by Lindsay Harrop, Cinema & Photography '13, FLEFF Intern, McMinnville, Oregon

Here we are in Williams 225 with the "How to Get Your Break" Panel. Moderated by IC's Steve Gordon, we have Rodrigo Bellott (casting director of Even the Rain), Rodrigo Brandao (Kino Lorber), Karin Chien (founder and president of dGenerate Films) and Tina Mabry...

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Posted by Lindsay Harrop at 2:39PM   |  3 comments

Blog posting written by Lindsay Harrop, Cinema & Photography '13, FLEFF Intern, McMinnville, Oregon

Philip Mallory Jones just wrapped his meet-up in Park 220 and now we're on to a conversation with filmmaker Franklin Lopez! 

Franklin started out by screening his video "George Bush Don't Like Black...

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Blog posting written by Lindsay Harrop, Cinema & Photography '13, FLEFF Intern, McMinnville, Oregon

I'm here in Park 220 where Philip Mallory Jones is having a FLEFF Lab. (You can see what fellow FLEFF Intern Blogger Matthew Reis had to say about Phil's multimedia presentation yesterday by clicking

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Posted by Lindsay Harrop at 10:21PM   |  4 comments

Blog posting written by Lindsay Harrop, Cinema & Photography '13, FLEFF Intern, McMinnville, Oregon

Even the Rain just finished screening and I have to say that is was AMAZING. A great film and one that I'm so glad I got to see on the big screen. We had a Q&A with casting director (and IC alum!)

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Posted by Lindsay Harrop at 7:01PM   |  2 comments

Blog posting written by Lindsay Harrop, Cinema & Photography '13, FLEFF Intern, McMinnville, Oregon

Can you believe that FLEFF week is halfway over? But there are still a ton of screenings and events to come - especially downtown at Cinemapolis!

One of these films is Bastards of...

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Posted by Peter Keahey at 12:06PM   |  1 comment

Blog posting written by Peter Keahey, Film, Photography and Visual Arts, '12, FLEFF Intern, Yellow Springs, Ohio

I'm sitting in Textor hall, room 101, waiting for speaker Philip Mallory Jones to begin his presentation. I had previously conducted an interview with Mr.Mallory, and found he was working in a field that I am currently trying to learn and explore. I...

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Posted by Kelsey Greene at 9:24PM   |  5 comments

Blog was written by Kelsey Greene, Documentary Studies and Production, '13, FLEFF intern, Buffalo, New York

Okay, just a quick blog right now!  After Helen DeMichiel's presentation tonight, Arthur C. Smith III, a filmmaker from Alaska is speaking!  He showed a...

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Posted by Kelsey Greene at 9:10PM   |  2 comments

Blog was written by Kelsey Greene, Documentary Studies and Production, '13, FLEFF intern, Buffalo, New York

I am now in the front row watching Helen DeMichiel's presentation. 

She is telling us about how she started Lunch Love Community in 2009 with...

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Posted by Lindsay Harrop at 3:05PM   |  1 comment

Blog posting written by Lindsay Harrop, Cinema & Photography '13, FLEFF Intern, McMinnville, Oregon

I just got out of the Monica Haller Check-In Reading in Park 220 and have to say that it was amazing. Monica was sharing The Veterans Book Project, a...

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Posted by Kelsey Greene at 11:51AM   |  8 comments

Blog was written by Kelsey Greene, Documentary Studies and Production, '13, FLEFF intern, Buffalo, New York

I am yet again in the third row of seats, but this time in the Park auditorium.  

Dr. Zimmermann is introducing the former Ithaca College alum who used to sit in the class I'm in now:...

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Posted by Kelsey Greene at 11:01PM   |  3 comments

Blog was written by Kelsey Greene, Documentary Studies and Production, '13, FLEFF intern, Buffalo, New York

The opening concert held tonight in Hockett Hall was was amazing!  

The event lasted over an hour but time flew by as audience members were captivated by the extremely talented performers.  Pianists Jairo Geronymo and Deborah Martin electrified the keys while...

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Posted by Lindsay Harrop at 8:10PM   |  1 comment

Blog posting written by Lindsay Harrop, Cinema & Photography '13, FLEFF Intern, McMinnville, Oregon

FLEFF is upon us! We had a terrific kick-off last night with the world premiere of the Finger Lakes Uncorked! webisode series and grand opening gala at the Finger Lakes Wine Center in downtown Ithaca. Since then, I've run into a...

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Posted by Kelsey Greene at 4:53PM   |  1 comment

Blog was written by Kelsey Greene, Documentary Studies and Production, '13, FLEFF intern, Buffalo, New York

I am not usually the kind of student who pulls out their computer during class to go online, but I have been instructed to do so for this blog.  

I am sitting in the third row of seats in room 115 of the Center for Health Sciences building.  

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Blog was written by Kelsey Greene, Documentary Studies and Production, '13, FLEFF intern, Buffalo, New York 

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Blog was written by Kelsey Greene, Documentary Studies and Production, '13, FLEFF intern, Buffalo, New York

The Lunch Love Community webisodes will be screened on Saturday April 16 at Cinemapolis.  To match the subject of lunch, the event will be held at noon and food will be sold for those...

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Posted by Kelsey Greene at 3:05PM   |  Add a comment

Blog was written by Kelsey Greene, Documentary Studies and Production, '13, FLEFF intern, Buffalo, New York

Tomorrow there will be an incredible event that every one should try and attend.  The...

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Posted by Peter Keahey at 5:36PM   |  Add a comment

Blog posting written by Peter Keahey, Film, Photography and Visual Arts, '12, FLEFF Intern, Yellow Springs, Ohio

3 at the checkpoint is a FREE reading at Buffalo Street Books with poet Irakli Kakabadze, novelist Ernesto Quinonez, and essayist Catharine Taylor.

Irakli Kakabadze is a poet, performer, and...

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Posted by Peter Keahey at 5:09PM   |  Add a comment

Blog posting written by Peter Keahey, Film, Photography and Visual Arts, '12, FLEFF Intern, Yellow Springs, Ohio

Peter: Does all this technology ever become overwhelming?

Philip: Daily. I have my own mechanisms for dealing with that. One of the principle mechanisms is I watch a lot of 1930s movies, early

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Posted by Lindsay Harrop at 10:57PM   |  1 comment

Blog posting written by Lindsay Harrop, Cinema & Photography '13, FLEFF Intern, McMinnville, Oregon

We all know that the film business is a cutthroat, rapid-fire industry. As a film student, I'm always dwelling on the question of, "How am I actually going to break into the film industry?" Lucky for me and everyone else asking this question (and I know you all are), one of...

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Posted by Lindsay Harrop at 2:38PM   |  Add a comment

Blog posting written by Lindsay Harrop, Cinema & Photography '13, FLEFF Intern, McMinnville, Oregon

FLEFF is about more than just film screenings; we also have a lot of guests coming! If you're looking to stay on campus (or if you want to come up for a visit) make sure to see Monica Haller! As a new media artist, Monica develops long-term collaborations with individuals and small...

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Posted by Kelsey Greene at 11:33AM   |  1 comment

 

Blog was written by Kelsey Greene, Documentary Studies and Production, '13, FLEFF intern, Buffalo, New York

I had the opportunity to interview the incredibly talented Brad Hougham.  He is a well known and...

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Posted by Evan Johnson at 12:13PM   |  2 comments

Blog post written by Evan Johnson, Journalism, Environmental Studies, German Language Studies ‘13, FLEFF Intern, Marlboro, VT

Danny Schecter is a journalist and independent film producer. He is the winner of...

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Posted by Kelsey Greene at 2:37AM   |  5 comments

Blog was written by Kelsey Greene, Documentary Studies and Production, '13, FLEFF intern, Buffalo, New York

As I mentioned several times in my blog entries, I am looking forward to all the events and guest at FLEFF 2011.

One specific event I am looking forward to at Cinemapolis is the screening of

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Posted by Kelsey Greene at 2:05AM   |  3 comments

Blog was written by Kelsey Greene, Documentary Studies and Production, '13, FLEFF intern, Buffalo, New York

As the FLEFF week approaches, my calendar is filling up with events I want to attend.  There will be so many different opportunities to take part in!

If you have been following the intern blog, you may notice several of the interns have written blogs about their top...

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Posted by Kelsey Greene at 12:40AM   |  Add a comment

Blog was written by Kelsey Greene, Documentary Studies and Production, '13, FLEFF intern, Buffalo, New York

I had the chance to interview the talented Robby Aceto, who is an internationally recognized musician. He will be doing a live improvised score for the silent film

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Posted by Lindsay Harrop at 9:35PM   |  2 comments

Blog post written by Lindsay Harrop, Cinema & Photography '13, FLEFF Intern, McMinnville, Oregon

Erin Tustin graduated from Ithaca College in 2008. She now works at the Northeast Document Conservation Center (NEDCC) in Massachusetts as a photographer. The NEDCC is a nonprofit, regional conservation center that works to preserve...

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Posted by Peter Keahey at 8:50PM   |  2 comments

Blog posting written by Peter Keahey, Film, Photography and Visual Arts, '12, FLEFF Intern, Yellow Springs, Ohio

I was able to have a discussion with Ithaca College professor Peter Rothbart. Professor Rothbart teaches Jewish studies, music theory, and history & comparison. He has served as a...

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Posted by Peter Keahey at 8:05PM   |  Add a comment

Blog posting written by Peter Keahey, Film, Photography and Visual Arts, '12, FLEFF Intern, Yellow Springs, Ohio

I recently had the opportunity to speak with Ithaca College Professor, Jodi Cohen. She is a professor of communications at Ithaca College, and teaches lessons of public communication, theory, modern criticism,...

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Posted by Lindsay Harrop at 1:49PM   |  1 comment

Blog posting written by Lindsay Harrop, Cinema & Photography '13, FLEFF Intern, McMinnville, Oregon

Fellow FLEFF Intern Abby Sophir has already highlighted her Top 5 films to check out on the Ithaca College campus for FLEFF week. For those interested in heading into town, here are...

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Posted by Shawn Steiner at 2:14PM   |  6 comments

Blog posting written by Shawn Steiner, Film and Photography ’14, FLEFF Blogger, Elkridge, Maryland

Welcome back FLEFFers. Here is a new FLEFF scoop!

I had the opportunity to talk to Rodrigo Brandão, the director of promotions for

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Posted by Gena Mangiaratti at 5:08PM   |  1 comment

Blog posting written by Gena Mangiaratti, Journalism '13, FLEFF Intern, Feeding Hills, Massachusetts.

Q&A with FLEFF intern Kristin Sargoy, Cinema and Photography ‘14

GM: What got you interested in your major?

KS: I probably got interested in Cinema and Photography because of my cousin, who’s like my big sister. She’s 7 years older...

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Blog posting written by Lindsay Harrop, Cinema & Photography '13, FLEFF Intern, McMinnville, Oregon

One of the awesome things about FLEFF is not only that it incorporates so many different visual and artistic styles (from documentaries at Cinemapolis to performing arts to live music at

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Posted by Kelsey Greene at 11:21PM   |  3 comments

Blog was written by Kelsey Greene, Documentary Studies and Production, '13, FLEFF intern, Buffalo, New York

Recently, I had the chance to catch up with Brianne Riviello.  She is currently an assistant to the internship coordinators.  As a senior television radio major and

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Posted by Shawn Steiner at 9:05PM   |  2 comments

Blog posting written by Shawn Steiner, Film and Photography ’14, FLEFF Intern, Elkridge, Maryland

Welcome back to the FLEFF blog! Glad to see you are still checking in!

Today we have some proof of how this festival is truly international. Here at FLEFF,...

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Posted by Kelsey Greene at 8:46PM   |  3 comments

Blog post written by Kelsey Greene, Documentary Studies and Production, '13, FLEFF intern, Buffalo, New York

I had the opportunity to speak with Laura Deutch, an Ithaca College alumna and Philadelphia-based media artist and educator.

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Posted by Kelsey Greene at 11:20PM   |  4 comments

Blog post written by Kelsey Green, Documentary Studies and Production, '13, FLEFF intern, Buffalo, New York

I grew  up an hour outside of Buffalo, NY, but currently, I reside in Ithaca, New York,  where I am a sophomore enrolled in Documentary Studies and Production at Ithaca College.

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Posted by Peter Keahey at 4:13PM   |  4 comments

 

Blog posting written by Peter Keahey, Film, Photography and Visual Arts, '12, FLEFF Intern, Yellow Springs, Ohio

I live in Yellow Springs Ohio, about nine hours away from Ithaca. My academic focus is on Animation. 

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Posted by Gena Mangiaratti at 3:16PM   |  4 comments

I'm Gena (pronounced like "Jenna") Mangiaratti, I'm a sophomore Journalism major with a minor in Anthropology. I'm from right outside of Springfield, Massachusetts.

In a little more than a year and a half at Ithaca, I feel like I have learned more about the world outside of my surroundings than in all the time...

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Posted by Lindsay Harrop at 12:12AM   |  2 comments

Blog posting written by Lindsay Harrop, Cinema & Photography '13, FLEFF Intern, McMinnville, Oregon

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Posted by Shawn Steiner at 5:03PM   |  4 comments

Blog posting written by Shawn Steiner, Film and Photography ’14, FLEFF Blogger, Elkridge, Maryland

Welcome to the Finger Lakes Environmental Film Festival! I’m Shawn Steiner and I am among the interns who will be bringing you the scoops, behind-the-scenes, profiles, and Q & A’s throughout...

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Posted by Yukino Kondo at 1:17PM   |  4 comments

Blog posting written by Yukino Kondo, Exploratory, ’14, FLEFF Intern, Tokyo, Japan.

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Posted by Brian McCormick at 4:04PM   |  2 comments

Blog posting written by Brian McCormick, Film and Photography, '12, FLEFF Intern, Wilbraham, Massachussetts

Hello, all! My name is Brian McCormick and welcome to my FLEFF Blog! I’m a junior at Ithaca College, and I’m majoring in Film & Photography. I’m originally from

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Posted by Gabriella Sophir at 3:57PM   |  5 comments

Blog posting written by Abby Sophir, Television/Radio '14, FLEFF Intern, St. Louis, Missouri.

Hi! My name is Abby Sophir.

I am a freshman Television/Radio major, Politics and Outdoor Pursuits double minor at Ithaca College. When I chose to come to Ithaca, I was eager to leave my hometown of St. Louis, Missouri. However, I have come to...

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