From: Meg Jamieson (email suppressed)
Date: Thu Oct 19 2006 - 11:01:37 PDT
For the past decade, the Fingerlakes Environmental Film Festival has
curated work which intersects with and expands the idea of
Environmental Film. Last years festival featured work from, among
others, Jem Cohen, Norie Nuemark/ Maria Miranda and Mark Hosler. A
number of interesting curatorial/ conceptual pairings were made. This
year is the first year of our open call for works. No Entry Fee.
Upcoming deadline. Please contact me on or off list with questions.
Finger Lakes Environmental Film Festival at Ithaca College
Call for Entries for 2007
The Finger Lakes Environmental Film Festival at Ithaca College, Ithaca,
New York, seeks short works (under 60 minutes running time) in film and
video which interrogate, investigate and intervene into the 2007
festival programming streams: Maps and Memes, Metropoli, Panic
The festival is particularly interested in work that expands beyond
traditional formulations and forms of what is considered
environmental film and which interrogate concepts of the environment.
Experimental, narrative, documentary, animation and hybrid works will
The festival will run from March 26-April 2, 2007, in Ithaca New York.
A selection of works programmed for the festival from the call for
entries will be purchased for the Finger Lakes Environmental Film
Festival Series, a permanent collection of film and video that seeks to
redefine the environment. It is housed at the Ithaca College library.
The submission deadline is November 15.
Only works completed in 2005 and 2006 are eligible.
No entry fee.
Ithaca College students, faculty and staff are not eligible.
Send DVD / NTSC format with a short three sentence description and a
short artist bio to:
Finger Lakes Environmental Film Festival: OPEN CALL
Roy H. Park School of Communications
Ithaca, New York 14850
Contact: email suppressed
Please note that screeners will not be returned. Works selected for
FLEFF festival screening will be notified in January 2007.
The programming team for the 2007 FLEFF Call for Entries are Meg
Jamieson and Leah Shafer.
Finger Lakes Environmental Film Festival 2007 Programming Streams
Maps and Memes
A contagion of spatial exchanges between real and virtual, lost and
locatable, lived and imagined.
Urban ecologies in flux. Curitiba / New York / Mumbai / Shanghai /
Nairobi / Baghdad
Panic! Borders! Elevators! Mushroom clouds! The Furniture! Microbes!
Hormones! Outer Space! Nervous Systems!
Endless sonic iterations of bodies and environments. Sites beyond
For info on FrameWorks, contact Pip Chodorov at <email suppressed>.