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February 27, 2020   |   Ithaca, NY

Cine Con Cultura: Hispanic film festival shines on IC campus

By | Sep 28, 2016

The film festival, part of Latinx Heritage Month, began Sept. 20 and runs until Oct. 15, showing 11 films at local venues.

Annual environmental film festival returns to Ithaca College

By | Mar 27, 2016

The 19th annual Finger Lakes Environmental Film Festival will feature films produced from around the world on topics like women’s health clinics, hydraulic fracturing, climbing Mount Everest and the Indian-Pakistani partition.

New film series bring social issues to the big screen

By , | Sep 29, 2015

The series explore historic black cinema and Palestinian film.

7 places to visit in Ithaca this weekend

By | Aug 26, 2015

Looking for something to do this weekend? Check out some of the most popular spots on campus and in Ithaca.

Commentary: Asian American cinema gets outlet in festival

By | Apr 15, 2015

On the week of April 20, Cinemapolis will host the first-ever Ithaca Pan Asian American Film Festival.

College Briefing: Oct. 9

By The Ithacan | Oct 9, 2014

Administration to inform faculty on budget plan
The second installment of a discussion series titled “Dollars and $ense” by Gerald Hector, vice president for finance and administration, which will focus on the topic of Zero Base Budgeting, will be available to faculty at 9 a.m.

Through the woods: The Readers’ Theatre to present intense thriller

By | Feb 19, 2014

From March 7–9, the Readers’ Theatre will stage a performance of Neil LaBute’s “In A Forest, Dark And Deep,” directed by Cynthia Henderson, associate professor of theater arts at Ithaca College.

ITHACA TODAY: Monday, Oct. 21

By The Ithacan | Oct 21, 2013

Your daily dose of the Ithaca local news and events.

Students build senior thesis film set on newly rented soundstage

By | Feb 13, 2013

The student producers of the film “Level 23” were the first to build on the new studio space, located at Cinemapolis’ old location on The Commons.

A tale of 200 years

By | Mar 30, 2012

There are bricks instead of cobblestones, Asian cuisine rather than porridge and sustainable dormitories in the place of decaying tenements. Ithaca may be a few centuries and an ocean away from Charles Dickens’ London, but that won’t stop Ithaca College’s English Department from celebrating his life and work this spring.