“What matters is having clarity that democratic communication can be made no matter what technology you have,” Zimmermann said.
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.
Ithaca College professor Patricia Zimmerman was recently chosen to serve on the International Documentary Association Awards Jury for short-form series in new media.
Cinemapolis hosts the 18th annual Finger Lakes Environmental Film Festival, featuring films from around the world as well as local artists and organizations.
FLEFF is a local annual film festival in its 18th year and has been sponsored by Ithaca College since 2004. This year’s festival will include films on several topics, ranging from New York City rooftop farmers to the crisis in the Congo, all under the umbrella theme of habitats.
In the enchanting Sage Chapel at Cornell University, a packed house silences its cellphones, ready to experience the captivating combination of the Cloud Chamber Orchestra and the silent film, “Grass: A Nation’s Battle for Life.” The event, sponsored by the Finger Lakes Environmental Film Festival and Cornell Cinema, was mesmerizing as viewers traveled through musical and visual worlds.