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Fuse roving reporter Mike Grippi '10 and his flip-ographer Allison Usavage '12 record a snippet of their adventure on a field trip to NYC with associate professor and fine art photographer Ron Jude. Enjoy!

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Ithaca alums bring HBO's True Blood to life: The HBO series True Blood, a show about vampires and the inhabitants of a small Louisiana town, is known for its interesting characters and great special effects. It takes a massive amount of people to bring the show to life, two of whom are Ithaca College alums.

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Junior cinema and photography major Christina Bryant has been selected to participate in the Fusion Arts Exchange (FAX) Screenwriting and Film Production program this summer.

Sponsored by the Department of State, Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs, FAX is a highly competitive program that provides cutting-edge technical training and works to foster multi-national collaboration...

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It's the annual Finger Lakes Environmental Film Festival (FLEFF), and it's going on now!

A curated, international, multimedia festival, FLEFF probes issues from digital culture to disease through a dizzying array of lectures, discussions, and screenings on campus and off.

Watch clips from The Last Conquistador, one of the films opening the...

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John Clisham '03 Brings His Horror Film to Xbox Live

John Clisham ’03 is a self-proclaimed computer geek who graduated from Ithaca College with the dream of being a writer and film director. Clisham is living that dream today, watching his short horror film Janitor skyrocket in popularity to become the number one download on Xbox Live. Xbox Live is an...

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