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Review: Director’s detail captures history

By | Nov 13, 2013

“12 Years a Slave,” directed by Steve McQueen, gives an unflinching look at the horrors of slavery.


Review: Festival film succeeds with emotional performances

By | Sep 18, 2013

Actors in unconventional crime-drama deliver emotional depth.


FLEFF formulates forthcoming film festivities

By | Mar 27, 2013

The 16th annual Finger Lakes Environmental Film Festival will center on the theme of mobilities.


Video: Documentary Directors Come to Ithaca

By | Mar 7, 2013

Directors of the documentary These Amazing Shadows, Paul Mariano and Kurt Norton, come to Ithaca to speak about their film.


Chasing Ice

By | Dec 12, 2012

In case you haven’t heard, “Chasing Ice” is the next big thing in environmental film.


Student’s thesis film meshes new media

By | Nov 8, 2012

“To Fall and Be Free” is a senior thesis project directed by Michael Watson and will screen at 6 p.m. Dec. 15 in the Park Auditorium.


Did the “one hour photo” speed the death of film?

By | Oct 30, 2012

The lack of quality in one hour photo shops may have led to a faster demise of film in the consumer world.


Vimeo adds monetization via “Tip Jar”

By | Oct 1, 2012

Vimeo adds monetization in the form of the “Tip Jar,” following in the footsteps of other video hosting services.


The fear of digital noise

By | Sep 26, 2012

Noise found in digital imaging systems has not yet garnered the respect of its predecessor, film grain.


Moving back to black & white

By | Sep 12, 2012

Digital camera manufacturers develop new systems with a mindset for image quality over larger technical numbers.


So why are the darkrooms gone?

By | Sep 10, 2012

The darkrooms in Ithaca College’s Park School of Communications have been removed, but that isn’t necessarily a bad thing.


Resource and Environmental Management Program film series

By | Aug 31, 2012

Environmental group hosts serious of films in September.