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

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Posted by Meagan McGinnes at 12:36AM

It is interactive. It requires effort. It forces you to give pieces of yourself, but also be willing to accept from others. It requires deeper thought.  It is a conversation.

Conversations are the backbone of FLEFF. It is the part of the festival that everyone from Naeem to Jairo is excited to get involved in and make the most of. And that is because conversations are interesting, spontaneous and alive. Which is what makes FLEFF Lab Friday one of the liveliest days of the entire film festival. FLEFF Lab Friday is a day of dialogue and conversation with festival guests, exploring and expanding the theme of microtopias — all the while taking part in a microtopia itself. There will be a flow of participants and members of the FLEFF community in and out of the various conversations throughout the entire day. The event in Park 220 is free, but the content will be rich.

With every previous post, I have asked how you will join the conversation. Will you seize the (FLEFF Lab Fri)day? What conversation do you think is vital or really needs to happen the most regarding microtopias? 

Join the conversation this Friday, March 30th, all day in Park 220. 

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