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ITHACA, NY — The Global Alliance Against Traffic in Women (GAATW) — a Bangkok-based alliance of more than 90 nongovernmental organizations dedicated to defending the rights of trafficked persons and migrants — has formed a partnership with Ithaca College’s Finger Lakes Environmental Film Festival in order to discover ways to represent trafficked persons and migrants...

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ITHACA, NY — Ithaca College’s Finger Lakes Environmental Film Festival (FLEFF) and its partner Cinemapolis were recognized with a 2010 “Sign of Sustainability” from Sustainable Tompkins. Awarded annually to area individuals and organizations whose efforts have advanced community sustainability, the Sign of Sustainability recognizes FLEFF and Cinemapolis for hosting the...

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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...

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ITHACA, NY — Philadelphia-based videographer Garry Hanna won first place in “Make Open Space,” one of three social media contests sponsored by Ithaca College’s Finger Lakes Environment Film Festival (FLEFF). The judging panel of three prominent international experts also named entries by Alix Belleville (USA) and Ethan May (USA) for honorable mention.

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ITHACA, NY -- Canadian scholar and artist Maria-Carolina Cambre won first place honors in “Define Open Space,” one of three social media contests sponsored by Ithaca College’s Finger Lakes Environment Film Festival (FLEFF). The judging panel of three prominent international experts also named entries by Jing Ting Kwong (Singapore), Kelly McKenna (USA) and Jasmine Ku Si Mun...

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