ITHACA, NY– The annual Finger Lakes Environmental Movie Pageant (FLEFF), which is able to happen over 24 hours, will probably be 100% digital this 12 months. The theme is “INFILTRATIONS”.
It is going to embrace three weeks of movie screenings, talkbacks, panel discussions, conversations, shows and discussions from March 22 to April 11. The occasions will happen on Zoom and movie screenings by way of Cinemapolis’ Digital Cinema platform. Cinemapolis is a serious accomplice of the pageant.
Exploring the theme of “Infiltrations”, this twenty fourth annual version of FLEFF gives:
- 1 worldwide exhibition of recent media artwork
- 15 talkbacks after the screening
- 18 conversations and panels and lounges
- 21 movie screenings;
- Greater than 100 archivists, activists, artists, administrators, administrators, musicians, lecturers
- 100% neighborhood, debate and dialogue
Attendees can watch films from wherever, anytime, and are invited to hitch the reside periods for strong dialogue and change.
All FLEFF occasions are open to the general public. All shows and talkbacks are free.
Cinemapolis Digital Cinema screenings would require tickets. Pageant passes (legitimate for 5 movies) are $ 35 for adults. Particular person tickets value $ 10. All 21-movie entry passes are $ 100. Go to www.cinemapolis.org for detailed ticket info.
FLEFF 2021 HIGHLIGHTS
The registration hyperlinks for the 18 spherical tables and presentation occasions may be discovered on the FLEFF web site: https://www.ithaca.edu/finger-lakes-environmental-film-festival
Registration hyperlinks to all movies and talkbacks in regards to the movie may be discovered on the FLEFF Cinemapolis web site: https://watch.eventive.org/fleff
Twenty-one movies from world wide will probably be screened at Cinemapolis, with administrators, producers, archivists, lecturers and distributors on-site to take part in moderated talkbacks. The movies originate from Argentina, China, Czech Republic, France, Korea, Lebanon, Mexico, Morocco, South Africa, United States, Vietnam. The movies are narrative, documentary and experimental, starting from characteristic movies to brief movie packages.
Panel “Intangled Infiltrations: New Media Artwork” with digital curators Dale Hudson (New York College Abu Dhabi) and Claudia Pederson (Wichita State College) and 5 worldwide new media artists on Monday, March 22 from 3 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. from the east
“Infiltrating Information: The Intercept,” Raza Rumi, Park Middle for Unbiased Media, in a particular lounge with editors and editors of the web information journal The Intercept, together with former CI Rodrigo Brandao ’01, Wednesday March 24 5-6: 30 p.m. Jap time
“A Dialog with Pedro Molina”, Barbara Adams (Ithaca Faculty) interviews cartoonist, columnist and artist Ithaca Metropolis of Asylum in Residence Pedro Molina, Friday March 26 12-13h15 EST
“Why Opera? Why now? ”Present with opera singers from throughout the nation, together with alumni from Ithaca Faculty and Opera Ithaca, discussing how they imaginatively weathered the pandemic, Tuesday March 30, 7-8: 30am Is
“Swampscapes: VR, New Media, New Environments” with New Media Designer Liz Miller and her workforce, moderated by Tom Shevory (Ithaca Faculty), Wednesday, March 31 from 4 p.m. to five:15 p.m. EST
“Artwork and Environmental Infiltrations,” that includes visible artists Paloma Barhaugh Bordas and Ash Arder, hosted by Jennifer Jolly (Ithaca Faculty) Thursday, April 1, 7 am to eight:30 pm EST
“From ADA to AI to Outer House: Celebrating 30 Years of the American with Disabilities Act, NASA and Innovation,” that includes scientists from NASA, Incapacity Video Producers Ann Michel and Phil Wilde and Inventors, Friday April 2, 5-6: 30 p.m. EST
“A Dialog with Stephanie Rothenberg,” that includes Claudia Pederson (Wichita State College) in dialog with the feminist artist in new environmental media, Tuesday, April 6, 7 to eight:30 p.m. EST
“Vaccines and Masks: Entrance Line COVID,” a panel of public well being specialists, frontline staff and healthcare analysts, Wednesday, April 7, 7 to eight:30 p.m. EST
“Winding Pathways Album Launch,” celebrating tuba participant David Earl’s new album (Ithaca Faculty), Thursday, April 8, 5 pm to six:30 pm EST
An in depth program and an outline of the occasions and members can be found at www.ithaca.edu/fleff
Began in 1997 as an outreach venture of the Middle for the Setting at Cornell College, the Finger Lakes Environmental Movie Pageant was transferred completely to Ithaca Faculty in 2005. It’s hosted within the provost’s workplace as a program aiming to narrate mental inquiry and debate to world points.
Sponsors and companions of the twenty fourth version of FLEFF embrace the Park Basis, the Atkinson Middle for a Sustainable Future, the Park Middle for Unbiased Media, MDOCS Cocreation Initiative at Skidmore Faculty, the College’s Middle for the Research of Globalization and Tradition de Hong Kong, Central New York Humanities Hall and New York Six International Cinema Working Group, Interact Media (Indonesia), the Well being Promotion and Bodily Training Division at Ithaca Faculty, UniFrance (France), F2F: Feminist to Feminist Speaker Collection, Conversations Throughout Display screen Cultures (Central New York Display screen Research Consortium), Opera Ithaca, The Cherry Arts, Media + Setting Journal, The Middle for the Research of Globalization and Cultures on the College of Hong Kong, Fanhall Movies (China / United States), Ithaca Metropolis of Asylum, The Documentary Co-Creation Working Group (US / Canada / UK) and Museo del Cine de Buenos Aires (Argentina).
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