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Posted by Patricia Zimmermann at 10:29PM   |  Add a comment
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FLEFF and Cinemapolis have unspooled a one-week only treat for festival goers to celebrate that we are now back from Web 2.0 to RL (real life):

$35 for five extraordinary Finger Lakes Environmental Film Festival films at Cinemapolis for our 2011 edition for faculty and staff.

But only if you buy before Friday, April 8 at 5 p.m. It's a ONE WEEK ONLY PRE-FESTIVAL PRICE.

Passes increase to $45 for five once the IC Bookstore closes its doors on Friday.

If you are an IC student, run, jog, walk, skip to the IC Bookstore ASAP to secure a FLEFF festival five pass for the all-time low price of $20.  Only the first 200 passes will be sold to students at this price--and we are nearing our quota. So don't procrastinate!

This year FLEFF's 2011 edition Checkpoints hosts more filmmakers, more music, more industry professionals, and more films downtown than ever before: Danny Schechter, David Brancaccio, Jenny Stein, James LaVeck, Helen de Michiel, Karin Chien, Maple Razsa, Rodrigo Bellott, Rodrigo Brandao, Arthur Smith, Tina Mabry, Franklin Lopez, Tom Swartwout, Carol Jennings, Cynthia Henderson, Karen Rodriguez.

Plus: live music for silent film by Fe Nunn and Friends, Robby Aceto, Chris White, Peter Dodge, and John Stetch.

Plus: performances by Cynthia Henderson and Josephine Baker.

Plus: 62 screening downtown alone, with films from Boliva,Spain, Israel, US, Palestine, Thailand, China, the Arctic, Mexico, UK, Canada, France, Russia and Indiewood.

See you at the Checkpoint.

FLEFF, A Different Environment

www.ithaca.edu.fleff


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