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Posted by Akshan Shah at 6:38PM

Posted by Kristen Reid at 4:36PM

Blog posting written by Kristen Reid, Cinema and Photography '21, FLEFF Intern


Emigrating to the United States at a very young age, Jade Hazzard’s life has always featured disruptions. Leaving her family home in Edinburgh, Jade relocated to...


Posted by Hannah Basciano at 6:41PM

Blog Posting by Hannah Basciano, Documentary Film Studies '17, Lancaster, Pennsylvania


Last year as a FLEFF Junior Fellow, I immersed myself in the festival for the first time. I learned about film festivals, went to see the films and hear the lectures, and talked to the...


Posted by Liuqing Yang at 6:49PM

Blog post written by Lucy Yang, Journalism and Politics ’14, FLEFF Blogger, Puyang, Henan, China

It was just at the beginning of this school year that I started to go to Cinemapolis in downtown Ithaca regularly, simply because I get a great deal ­– $5 for one film anytime Monday through Thursday –  with my


Posted by Liuqing Yang at 12:10AM   |  21 comments

Blog posting written by Lucy Yang, Journalism and Politics, ’14, FLEFF blogger, Puyang, Henan, China.

I was born in a relatively small, slowly developing, and quite conservative city in central part of China called Puyang. About three and a half years ago, I came to Ithaca, N.Y., for college all by myself. That was my first...


Posted by Shawn Steiner at 2:14PM

Blog posting written by Shawn Steiner, Film, Photography, and Visual Arts ’13, FLEFF Intern, Elkridge, Maryland

Can we spray paint? No.

Can we chalk the sidewalks? No.

Can we put pamphlets out across campus? No.


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