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Finger Lakes Environmental Film Festival (FLEFF)

“Mongolian Spaces” is politics professor Thomas Shevory’s blog about his year as a Fulbright scholar teaching at the National University of Mongolia.

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Fuse writers, photographers, and videographers were all over the Finger Lakes Environmental Film Festival (FLEFF) this year, taking photographs, interviewing producers, talking to interns, and recording the buzz.

Check out our series of stories wrapping up the festival, and make plans to join us at FLEFF next year. It's a week-long festival you won't want to...

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FLEFF has long been cutting edge, but this year it went interactive.

Festival organizers introduced FLEFF labs: interactive activities led by filmmakers, musicians, writers, visiting fellows, digital artists and other FLEFF guests. The labs gave festival goers the opportunity to step out of the role of observer and create something in their own right.

As part of the...

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Ann Michel and Phil Wilde have been an integral part of FLEFF for several years. This year the Ithaca-based multimedia producers -- and real-life couple -- participated in a FLEFF lab based on their video project The Estrogen Connection, which seeks to educate students about cancer prevention.

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For many IC students, FLEFF is one of the most anticipated cultural events of the year; it permeates the campus and offers participants a chance to make professional connections and engage in intellectual discussions.

What festival organizers didn't expect was the amount of interest that FLEFF would hold for the parents of IC students. Attendance jumped from 3,000 guests in 2007...

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