Review: “A Midsummer’s Hawaiian Dream”

Shakespeare meets Hawaii in this twist of the famous ‘A Midsummer’s Night Dream’. This take on Shakespeare is one that weaves in a love story mixed with the fight to keep the natural beauty of the island of Kauai from being destroyed by modern development. The writer and director take you on a journey with a typical love story yet […]

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And the Winner is…

The stars gathered Friday night for the 36th Edition of the Hawaii International Film Festival Awards Gala presented by Halekulani. Producers, directors, and actors all took their turn strolling down the red carpet to get their picture taken. The gala was also blessed with the presence of two veterans on Veteran’s Day. But with out further ado, the winner(s) is(are)… […]

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“The Freedom to Marry”: Same-sex Marriage Movement

The Freedom to Marry documented the greatest event in history for the lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) community. The Freedom to Marry captures the process Evan Wolfson and his team at his company “Freedom to Marry” did to pass same-sex marriage in America. This documentary showed the campaigning process Wolfson did across America. Him and his team created relationships […]

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A Midsummer’s Hawaiian Dream

The most surprising part of this film for me came before it actually started. Before “A Midsummer’s Hawaiian Dream,” there was a short film titled “The Lake.” It was no more than 15 minutes long, but was extremely powerful and quite traumatizing. It told the story of a middle-aged dad who tried to commit suicide to prevent his family from […]

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