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The Finger Lakes Environmental Film Festival from the interns' point of view

Posted by Julianne Grillo at 5:08PM   |  1 comment

Blog posting written by Julianne Grillo, Writing for Film, TV and Emerging Media ’20, Honors, FLEFF Blogging Intern, Clinton, NJ

Last fall, in an introductory film class, I first experienced the Cloud Chamber Orchestra. The ensemble combines the talents of three NY-based musicians, Robby...

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Posted by Thomas Ball at 1:21PM   |  1 comment

Blog Posting by Thomas Ball, Cinema and Photography 18', FLEFF Blogger, Shelton CT.

Norm Johnson has a problem. The FLEFF opening concert he directs is in little over a month and Dr. Patricia Zimmermann, his immediate boss, is out of the country. He tells me that he's missing an important piece of the concert, but cannot recall what.

His current project, a...

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Posted by LeeAnna Campbell at 9:35AM   |  3 comments

Blog posting written by LeeAnna Campbell, Writing for Film, Television, and...

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Posted by Alexandra Coburn at 10:46PM   |  2 comments

This blog posting was written by Alex Coburn, a second-year Cinema and Photography major with minors in English and Honors from Louisville, KY.

 

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Posted by Anna Bornstein at 3:50PM   |  2 comments

Blog Posting written by Anna Bornstein, Environmental Studies and Cinema Photography '20, FLEFF blogging intern, Stonington, CT.

 

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Posted by Andrew Hallenberg at 12:58AM   |  2 comments

Blog posting written by Andrew Hallenberg, Film, Photography, & Visual Arts (BFA), Honors, '20, FLEFF Blogging Intern, Ft. Lauderdale, FL.

 

It’s been one month since I started blogging for the Finger Lakes Environmental...

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Posted by Julianne Grillo at 5:47PM   |  8 comments

Blog posting written by Julianne Grillo, Writing for Film, TV and Emerging Media ’20, Honors, FLEFF Blogging Intern, Clinton, NJ

In just five weeks, I've gained a new body of knowledge about film festivals.

Many of my preconceptions were misguided. Some flat-out wrong.

I would not yet consider myself an expert in festival culture, but I do feel qualified...

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Posted by LeeAnna Campbell at 9:18AM   |  3 comments

Blog posting written by LeeAnna Campbell, Writing for Film, Television, and...

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Posted by Michael Mulvey at 2:15AM   |  1 comment

Written by Michael Mulvey

 

One thing that makes the Finger Lakes Environmental Film Festival so intellectually stimulating is FLEFF’s interdisciplinary focus. It is housed in Ithaca...

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Posted by Thomas Ball at 12:02AM   |  20 comments

~~Blog post written by Thomas Ball, Cinema and Photo 18’, Shelton, CT.

I learned the most important aspect of film festivals from my experiences as an intern and from my directors at FLEFF. Mainly, film festival programming does not happen quickly, and does not occur in a vacuum.

In order to properly schedule events and screenings, the programming of a festival needs...

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Posted by Sean Murphy at 11:36PM   |  Add a comment

Blog posting written by: Sean Murphy, Writing for Film, Television & Emerging Media '20, English Minor, FLEFF B

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Posted by LeeAnna Campbell at 10:59PM   |  Add a comment

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Posted by Alexandra Coburn at 10:47PM   |  Add a comment

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Posted by Anna Bornstein at 9:20PM   |  Add a comment

Blog posting by Anna Bornstein, Environmental Studies and Cinema Photography '20, FLEFF Blogging Intern, Stonington CT.

 Between artists, filmmakers, and artists alike there exists the common need to let important stories see the light of day. Whether the medium be a carefully drafted script or an empty canvas, telling stories can be an incredibly personal experience. As a...

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Posted by Michael Mulvey at 4:11AM   |  Add a comment

Dr. Matthew Holtmeier is an Assistant Professor of Media Arts and Screen Studies at IC’s Park School of Communications. Much of his research focuses on Global Cinema and Political Cinema. Screen‘s Winter edition featured an article by him titled “Communicating Cascadia: Reichardt’s three ecologies as...

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Posted by Julianne Grillo at 10:22PM   |  8 comments

Blog posting written by Julianne Grillo, Writing for Film, TV, and Emerging Media ’20, Honors, FLEFF Blogging Intern, Clinton, NJ

Human impact presents itself everywhere.

Scientists say that we live in “the era of the human,” or Anthropocene. Nothing left untouched.

Depending on your perspective, these impacts can be interpreted either...

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Posted by Alexandra Coburn at 9:00PM   |  29 comments

This blog posting was written by Alex Coburn, FLEFF intern majoring in Cinema and Photography with minors in English and Honors from Louisville, Kentucky.

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Posted by Thomas Ball at 6:47PM   |  3 comments

~~Blog Post Written By Thomas Ball Cinema and Photography 18’, FLEFF Intern, Shelton, CT
 
Before the FLEFF bloggers convened last week, our director exiled us.

Through the conference room window we saw Dr. Zimmermann briefing our executive producer Dr. Tanya Saunders over a set of...

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Posted by Anna Bornstein at 3:51PM   |  1 comment

Blog posting by Anna Bornstein, Environmental Studies and Cinema Photography ’20, FLEFF Blogging Intern, Stonington, CT.

Geographies where the political and environmental intersect often find themselves in the hands of Dr. Thomas Shevory. A long-time professor of Politics at Ithaca College, Dr. Shevorys’ classes focus on law, popular culture, and public policy, with...

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Posted by Andrew Hallenberg at 3:20PM   |  1 comment

Blog posting written by Andrew Hallenberg, Film, Photography, & Visual Arts (BFA), Honors, '20, FLEFF Blogging Intern, Ft. Lauderdale, FL.

 

This past Tuesday night, my fellow bloggers and I were greeted with a visit by

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Posted by Michael Mulvey at 5:37PM   |  3 comments

In a broad sense, geographies can refer to the arrangement of the features in any complex entity. Geographies convey to people how things are oriented within their environment. They help us understand how the features in a system relate, what boundaries exist and how they may be navigated. FEFF 2018’s theme provokes consideration of Geographies of the immaterial zones of the...

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Posted by LeeAnna Campbell at 2:24PM   |  3 comments

Blog posting written by LeeAnna Campbell, Writing for Film, Television, and...

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Posted by Andrew Hallenberg at 5:52PM   |  6 comments

Blog posting written by Andrew Hallenberg, Cinema & Photography (B.S.), Honors, '20, FLEFF Blogging Intern, Ft. Lauderdale, FL.     

Storytelling has always transcended boundaries, boundaries of time and place. As

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Posted by Anna Bornstein at 3:22PM   |  3 comments

Blog posting by Anna Bornstein, Environmental Studies and Cinema Photography ’20, FLEFF Blogging Intern, Stonington, CT.

This year, the Finger Lakes Environmental Film Festival will bring creators of all disciplines together for one week under the theme of Geographies.

When I think of geography, I immediately imagine a map depicting the lines which divide the earth...

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Posted by Thomas Ball at 12:04AM   |  3 comments

~~Blog Post Written By Thomas Ball Cinema and Photography 18’, FLEFF Intern, Shelton, CT

“The land is stolen, full stop”

Geographies describe and map spaces in order to correlate them to a particular orientation. These spaces include the material land on which imaginary and virtual boundaries are constructed.

Ontologically, the material land...

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Posted by Julianne Grillo at 12:00AM   |  2 comments

Blog posting written by Julianne Grillo, Writing for Film, TV, and Emerging Media ’20, Honors, FLEFF Blogging Intern, Clinton, NJ

Two years ago, I was a senior in high school. I was desperate to escape my small, unassuming town of Clinton, New Jersey.

My heart was set on enrolling at a school in a city, any metropolitan area. I wanted taxis honking, claustrophobic...

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Posted by Sean Murphy at 11:50PM   |  2 comments

Posted by Alexandra Coburn at 8:44PM   |  2 comments

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Posted by Thomas Ball at 2:23PM   |  5 comments

Blog Posting written by Thomas Ball, Cinema and Photography 18’, FLEFF Blogging Intern, Shelton, CT

FLEFF’s slogan is simple: “a different environment”.

This tag line describes the experience of entering the festival space. One might translate this slogan as “get lost”.

Some first-time festival goers may feel overwhelmed. I know...

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Posted by Andrew Hallenberg at 7:52PM   |  3 comments

Blog posting written by Andrew Hallenberg, Cinema & Photography (B.S.), Honors, '20, FLEFF Blogging Intern, Ft. Lauderdale, FL.

 

The Finger Lakes Environmental Film Festival (FLEFF) brings creators together, this year around the theme of GEOGRAPHIES. As a child growing up in South Florida, I was well...

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