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The Finger Lakes Environmental Film Festival from the interns' point of view
Monday, May 2, 2016
Let's Count 'Em Down...
5: Red’s After Parties
Going to Red’s was a fantastic experience in order to wind down from the chaos of the festival atmosphere throughout the day. Not only did I see filmmakers at the parties, but I saw professors, scholars and other festival guests who were beyond eager to talk to me about the...
Monday, April 18, 2016
Trapped follows the stories of women’s health clinics in Texas, Alabama and Mississippi. All three states are known for their firm pro-life stance. This stance has fueled the creation of hundreds of laws with the sole goal to make providing and obtaining abortion as difficult as possible.
Currently, Texas’ HB2 are...
Tuesday, April 12, 2016
The list of experiences and lessons learned from being involved with FLEFF during its 19th year go way beyond merely three key lasting impressions.
Firstly, the community that FLEFF creates in and of itself truly is a beautiful thing. I felt like I was part of a functioning ecosystem of perfectly curated experiences and discussions. Repeatedly seeing the same faces in...
Wednesday, April 6, 2016
It’s April 2016, November is quickly approaching with one of the most controversial elections in history on the forefront. Abortion is one of the most talked about subjects between candidates and is a deciding factor for many voters.
“Trapped” is a film by Dawn Porter, which explores the hardships those on...