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Finger Lakes Environmental Film Festival


Finger Lakes Environmental Film Festival (FLEFF) is an annual multi-arts, interdisciplinary, cross media festival dedicated to showcasing global media projects focusing on issues pertaining to sustainability.  The Ithaca College Library, a FLEFF partner, purchases videos for educational viewing and classroom use by Ithaca College faculty.

FLEFF 2021


Due to COVD19, FLEFF 2021 was held virtually.

FLEFF 2019

21st Annual Finger Lakes Environmental Film Festival
Festival Theme: DISRUPTIONS
April 1-7, 2019

On the Ithaca College Campus and downtown at Cinemapolis

Disruptions stop the flow of events, ideas, processes, and structures which can no longer continue lie before

As interruptions, they produce breaks and fissures that create new ways to think and to do.

Global climate disruption describes unwanted ane unnatural environmental changes. Divergent and disorderly, disruptions upset norms, cancel what exists, and release the untapped and the repressed.

Disruptions signal disturbances from what is usual, typical , or expected. They crank open routes to productive asymmetries and dynamic disorders that displace existing systems.

Celebrating 20 Years of FLEFF

Essays in Celebration of FLEFF, Stephen Tropiano and Patricia Zimmermann, Coeditors.

Jennifer Richards

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Jenny Richards