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Posted by Gabriella Sophir at 10:19AM   |  1 comment
Jeremy Levine

Blog posting written by Abby Sophir, Television/Radio '14, FLEFF Intern, St. Louis, Missouri.

Overwhelmed by the number of great films coming to FLEFF? Here are a couple you'll want to be sure to catch!

Good Fortune


  • Directed by Ithaca College alum Jeremy Levine
  • Forces viewers to question international humanitarian efforts: How are massive efforts to alleviate poverty in Africa undermining the very communities they aim to benefit?
  • Captures a vibrant Kenyan culture
  • Two showings (Sunday, April 17 at 2pm and 9:30pm at Cinemapolis) means twice the opportunity to catch this film!
  • Q & A with Jeremy Levine after both showings
  • NOTE: Get there early! This film has quite the buzz and will like sell out!

Workshop on Environmental Docs and Persuasive Storytelling-- Wed., April 14 5:25-6:40, Friends 205


  • Presented by Tom Swartwout, a highly-regarded industry professional. His wide-range of experience in feature films, documentaries, televisions, commercials, and music videos provides something for everyone.
  • Great learning experience for any Park student or aspiring filmmakers and storytellers
  • Offers a break from films without having to miss out on anything!


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It's always great seeing alumni come back and participate in the Ithaca community. I'll definitely be there early to catch on of Jeremy Levine's showings on Sunday!

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