Finger Lakes Environmental Film Festival

Celebrating 25 Years of A Different Environment

March 21-April 10, 2022
Online, with limited events in-person on campus and at Cinemapolis
25th Anniversary Edition!


This year's theme, ENTANGLEMENTS, explores how different environments, ideas, imaginaries, places, politics, practices, registers, and species twist into each other and enmesh.

The Finger Lakes Environmental Film Festival (FLEFF) is a three-week multimedia interarts extravaganza that reboots the environment and sustainability into a larger global conversation, embracing issues ranging from wars, health, diseases, music, digital arts, cinemas, popular cultures, fine arts, experimental media, literature, economics, archives, AIDS, women’s rights, and human rights. The festival began in 1997 as a partnership between Cornell University and Ithaca College. In 2003, Ithaca College became the major sponsor and home of FLEFF.

Check out the festival website for updates on programming: