Professional documentary and multimedia producers Ann Michel and Phil Wilde have been named Internship Coordinators for the 2011 Finger Lakes Environmental Film Festival.
As a key part of the festival team, Ann Michel and Phil Wilde will run the FLEFF internship program, which includes the FLEFF Practica courses for interns and the FLEFF Practica for team leaders for the 2011 festival.
Patricia Zimmermann was the invited closing roundtable speaker at the Global Aesthetics: Intersecting Culture, Theory, Practice symposium at the Society for the Humanities at Cornell University, October 15-16, 2010.
Zimmermann's talk and summary of conference proceedings was entitled "Global Flows and Errant Turbulences in Arts and New Media Monsoons."
Want real world interaction with top new media theorists and practitioners? Want to get real world skills you can use after graduation? Want to be part of FLEFF? Want to go to the edge of new media and new ideas in global conversation?
The Finger Lakes Environmental Film Festival is offering a new academic immerrsion experience for students: FLEFF Lab: The Checkpoints Project.
ITHACA, NY — Portland, Oregon, native and Ithaca College audio production major Taylor Horton took first place honors in “Compose Open Space,” one of three social media contests sponsored by Ithaca College’s Finger Lakes Environment Film Festival (FLEFF). The judges — videomaker and activist Gretjen Clausing (USA) and pianist and educator Jairo Geronymo (Brazil...
If you've always wanted to experience a course in the Park School and its nationally recognized film school but could never snag a seat, now is your chance. Study documentary from an international perspective in Non Fiction Film Theory for Spring 2011.