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The Finger Lakes Environmental Film Festival from the interns' point of view
Thursday, April 24, 2014
“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...
Friday, April 11, 2014
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...
Saturday, April 5, 2014
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...