The 16th Annual Finger Lakes Environmental Film Festival
Ithaca film buffs should thank their lucky (movie) stars that we live in such a cinema-rich place, and this year’s Finger Lakes Environmental Film Festival (FLEFF) is a great reminder.
This year, its 16th, the theme “Mobilities” brings together an incredible array of panels, lectures, and over 70 film screenings at Ithaca College, Cinemapolis, and Cornell Cinema, from April 1 to April 7.
The FLEFF was started at Cornell University in 1997, which may not seem that long ago, but it was truly before its time: long before “An Inconvenient Truth” (2006), before “Winged Migration” (2001)—even before “Princess Mononoke” (released in 1999 in the US). The festival moved to its current home at Ithaca College in 2005.
Check out the FLEFF website for festival highlights, a full set of film descriptions, and details about ticketing—plenty of events are free!
We’ll see you at the movies.
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