FLEFF LAB FRIDAY : HABITATS
A day of dialogue and conversation with festival guests
Friday, April 10
Clark Lounge, Campus Center, Ithaca College
Free and Open to the Public. Just drop in anytime.
9:00 Juan Agustin Marquez, '03, director of 100,000 Dogs and The Last Colony.
Moderated by Patricia Zimmermann, FLEFF
10:00 Sorayya Khan, author, City of Spies.
Moderated by Barbara Adams, Writing and FLEFF
11:00 Claudia Pederson and Nicholas Knouf, new media artists and scholars,
Workshop about their project, Art for Spooks
12:00 Lunch on your own
1:00 Costa Bousikaras, director of Inhabit and Deia Schlosberg, director of Backyard.
Moderated by Tom Shevory , FLEFF
2:00 Rodrigo Brandao, Kino Lorber Films; Karin Chien, dGenerate Films;
Carlos Gutierrez, Cinema Tropical
Workshop on international film distribution and exhibition.
Moderated by Andrew Utterson, Screen Studies and FLEFF
3:00 Lauren Lazin, director of The L Word: Mississsppi and Tupac Revolution.
Moderated by Carla Golden, Psychology, Women and Gender Studies and FLEFF
4-5:30 The 10th Annual FLEFF How to Get Your Break Panel
Costa Bousikaris, director, Inhabit
Rodrigo Brandao, Kino Lorber Films
Karin Chien, dGenerate Films;
Lauren Lazin, director, The L Word Mississippi
Juan Agustin Marquez, '03, director;
Deia Schlossberg, director, Backyard
Moderated by Steve Gordon, TVR and FLEFF
Sponsored by the Finger Lakes Environmental Film Festival, the Park Foundation, the New York State Council on the Arts, the Roy H. Park School of Communications, Department of Health Promotion and Physical Education, and the Ithaca College Center for Faculty Excellence
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