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Posted by Shea Lynch at 2:10PM   |  2 comments
Emily Potts

Blog posting by Shea Lynch, Documentary Studies and Production '14, FLEFF Intern, Glens Falls, New York

It is now spring break for all Ithaca College students. I am currently watching Lost in my room in my sleeveless shirt.

I interviewed Emily Potts a few days ago, FLEFF Intern and team leader.

Who are you?

"I am Emily Potts. I am from Southwick, Massachusetts and I am a Junior Park student at Ithaca College.

For the first two years of college, I attended Springfield Technical Community College, and received my associates degree in Digital Media Production.

This is only my second semester at IC, but I already love it here."

Can you share your FLEFF experience with our blog readers?

"Currently I am a team leader for FLEFF and it has been a unique learning experience being immersed in the planning of a film festival. It is fascinating to know how the film industry works regarding getting films and artists for an event.

Perhaps my favorite FLEFF experience so far was attending several of Albert Maysles' documentary screenings, and having the chance to talk with him afterwards. Being able to interact with such brilliant artists is an invaluable opportunity to share and listen to ideas."

I hope everyone has a great spring break and make sure to sign up for mini-courses and buy FLEFF passes!

Question of the Blog: What are you doing for spring break?


This is so weird, because as I am reading this today on my last day of Spring break, I am currently sitting in a coffee house in Southwick, Mass!
Like you said on my blog Emily glad to see some Western Mass representation. :)

I also have to agree that the most exciting part so far had to be Albert Maysles' events. It's great to see someone who is so passionate for their work. Looking forward to meeting many more artists like him.

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