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FLEFF kicks off today!
Looking for a viable strategy to navigate all the films, music, new media, arts, lectures, workshops, and labs of the 16th Annual Finger Lakes Environmental Film Festival?
We've made a list of selected highlights. There's so much more, but this will get you started. For more extensive schedules for on campus and Cinemapolis, go to our website.
FLEFF 2013 HIGHLIGHTS
Monday, April 1
11-11:50 Friends 203 La Poderosa Media Project, with Jorge Garcia Nunez, moderated by Jonathan Ablard, History
3-4:30 Park Auditorium “Off the Network: Disrupting the Digital,” presentation and workshop by Ulises Mejias, new media scholar, SUNY-Oswego, moderated by Nicholas Knouf
7 p.m. Textor 102 “Food Sovereignty and the Global Hunger Games,” lectuer by Dr. Phil McMichael, sponsored by the Department of Health Promotion and Physical Education
Tuesday, April 2
4-5:15 Williams 202 Workshop on the Amazon and Environmental issues with Sarah DuPont, producer of Amazon Gold
8:15 Hockett Recital Hall Carmina Burana multimedia musical performance, with Deb Martin, Jairo Geronymo, Allison Adams, Brad Hougham, Wendy Mehne, Nicholas DiEugenio, Trombone Troupe, Percussion Ensemble, New Media Goliards, projections by Ann Michel and Phil Wilde
Wed April 3
3-5p.m Friends 209 screening of Crafting the Bamasaba: Beyond the Physical Cut, with filmmaker and film scholar Dominica Dipio, moderated by Stewart Auyash
7-9 p.m. Transmedia Workshop with Elizabeth Miller (Histoires de Vie Montreal/Life Stories from Montreal) and Evan Meaney, Null_Sets
Thursday April 4
9:25 Friends 201 screening of Cup of Coffee with Kafka, with filmmaker Mansoor Benham
1:10 Job 161 Workshop: TRUST Campaign to Fight Climate Change, with Kelly Matheson, WITNESS
7 p.m. Cinemapolis (three different screenings, all with guests!) Amazon Gold, with producer Sarah DuPont, The Water Front with filmmaker Elizabeth Miller, and Black Maria Film and Video Festival, with festival director John Columbus
Friday April 5
9 a.m.- 5:30 p.m. Park 220 FLEFF LAB FRIDAY: festival guests in informal, moderated conversation and discussion. Drop in anytime!
7 p.m. Cinemapolis (three diferent screenings, all with guests!) AKA Doc Pomus with filmmaker Peter Miller; Silenced Voices with exiled Sri Lankan journalist Sonali Samarasinghe; Couples with filmmakers Yong Ki Jeong
9 p.m. Cinemapolis (two different screenings, all with guests!) Wild Style with filmmaker Charles Ahearn, Children of Srikandi with distributor Vanessa Domico and film producer Laura Coppens
Saturday April 6
2:20 Cinemapolis Old Dog with Kevin Lee, dGenerate Films
4:00 Cineampolis (two different screenings with guests!) Neighboring Sounds with Carlos Gutierrez, Cinema Tropical; China Concerto, with filmmaker Bo Wang
7 p.m. Cinemapolis Sherlock Jr, silent film live jazz music by Fe Nunn and Friends, performance by Cynthia Henderson
9:20 CinemapolisCouples with filmmaker Yong Ki Jeong
Sunday April 7
1:45 Cinemapolis Dear Governor Cuomo, with filmmaker John Bowermaster
4:00 Cinemapolis Upstate Filmmakers Showcase, with Jason Bernagozzi, Vincent Grenier, Jason Harrington, John Scott, Tomonari Nishikanwa, Montieth McCollum
7:00 Cinemapolis October, silent film with live music by the Cloud Chamber Orchestra
FLEFF: A DIFFERENT ENVIRONMENT
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