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Posted by Shea Lynch at 8:46PM
Holly Kreczko

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

I hope everyone is having a great week!

The FLEFF Intern team is busy preparing for FLEFF Week coming up April 10. We are all really excited. I hope everyone bought their passes!

I interviewed FLEFF intern and team leader Holly Kreczko about her experience with FLEFF.

Holly is a Documentary Production and Studies major at Ithaca College and has Anthropology and Outdoor Pursuits minors.  She is from Endicott, NY and likes to hike, go camping, explore the Adirondacks and make movies. Her academic interests include photography, anthropology and art. Holly hopes to one day start her own independent film company for documentaries and music videos. She enjoys watching documentaries about African social rights activism

What Holly does as a FLEFF Team Leader:

  • team leader for a group of 7 interns
  • makes sure her group is doing their jobs correctly and that everything is running smoothly
  • keeps the enthusiasm for FLEFF running high throughout the semester

What Holly has learned:

"FLEFF is much more than just a film festival.It's an opportunity for people to come together, learn about a topic, and discuss it afterwards.

Going into this, I thought the festival would just be about directors making movies and presenting them, but I soon learned that it's all about activism." -Holly Kreczko

 Question of the Blog to our Loyal Readers: What is your favorite Film Festival?

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