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Student Showcase – Future Filmmakers From Hawaii!

The student showcase was a free event that screened on Saturday, November 21 at 10:00am at the Dole Cannery theater. I decided to go because I wanted to see the work that students from around the island were creating. Being a student myself, I feel like I could relate to these […]

The Boy and the Beast invites viewers into a supernatural world

“The Boy and the Beast”, by director Mamoru Hosada’s made it’s United States debut on November 21 at the Hawaii International Film Festival. The theaters were teeming with viewers for both of the HIFF showings as hundreds flocked to watch the anime adventure film. The film tells the story of a […]

It’s a Wrap! A summary of My HIFF Moments

The 35th Annual Hawaii International Film Festival is over, and I have had a great time. I’m glad I got the opportunity to participate in the festival, which was presented by Halekulani and ran from November 12th to November 22th. I attended the screenings of three films, 45 years, Throuple […]

2015 Asia Pacific Entertainment Finance Forum

In honor of Hawaii International Film Festival’s 35th anniversary, this year HIFF teamed up with Winston Baker, the leading producer of film finance forum around the world, to create the very first Asian Pacific Entertainment Finance Forum. APEFF is HIFF’s very first comprehensive conference that includes panels, keynote speakers, and […]