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FLEFF Week recap

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

The FLEFF party on Tuesday April 19 finalized the end of FLEFF Week for interns. There is still a lot of work to do to prepare for next season of FLEFF, but here is a list of the Cinemapolis and Ithaca on-campus events from FLEFF 2011. Thank you to all the guests who participated, FLEFF sponsors, Ithaca College, the FLEFF interns and staff, and the employees of Cinemapolis for making this a great year!

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Highlight Events on Ithaca College campus 2011

[CLICK HERE] New media artists Renate Ferro, Megan Roberts, and Raymond Ghirardo presented works in celebration of the Experimental Television Center.

[CLICK HERE] Concert in Hockett Recital Hall: The Rite of Spring performed by pianist Jairo Geronymo and Deborah Martin and baritone vocals by Brad Hougham.

[CLICK HERE] New Media artist Laura Deutch with Messages in Motion.

Workshop with Tom Swarthout on environmental documentaries and persuasive story telling.

[CLICK HERE] New media artist presentation by Philip Mallory Jones.

Highlight Events at Cinemapolis 2011

Live reading of Buffalo Street books with poet Irakabadze, novelist Ernest Quinones, and essayist Catherine Taylor.

World premiere of UNCORKED!, webisodes about the Finger Lakes wine country.

[CLICK HERE] New York State Premiere of Peaceable Kingdom: The Journey Home.

[CLICK HERE] Silent film Last Laugh with live music by jazz pianist John Stetch.

[CLICK HERE] Premiere of Lunch Love Community, webisodes on healthy food for public schools by Helen De Michiel.

Film editing workshop with Tom Swarthout.

[CLICK HERE] Premiere of documentary Fixing the Future.

[CLICK HERE] Premiere of What Do Polar Bears Dream When They're Dying? with Artic wildlife film director Arthur Smith.



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