HIFF 2016, Oahu: What you’ve missed!

Darn… Your calendar states November 14th. Hawaii Film Festival is officially over on Oahu, and you may be realising that you missed out on some real good stuff! If you, like me, were busy with school, work – an internship maybe, or something completely different, you may be really bummed right now. Not for no reason though, because HIFF 2016 […]

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Conviction – the case of Kenny Waters

CONVICTION Conviction is a true story of a sister’s devotion to her brother. When Kenny Waters was arrested for murder and sentenced to life in prison, his sister made a choice to dedicate her life to overturning the murder conviction. The case of Kenny Waters May 21, 1980, Katherina Brow was stabbed to death in her home in Ayer, Massachusetts. […]

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A Somewhat Gentle Man

The film is about Ulrik, “the gentle man” who is released from prison after 12 years (for murdering his wife’s lover), and his journey to try to make it back into society. He surrounds himself with lowlifes, and so it’s hard to make much of his newfound freedom. Still, he manages to get a new shot at life… in his […]

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On Saturday, October 23rd, I watched the documentary 04/11/08. Surprisingly, it was only me and seven other people who saw the movie, but that didn’t change my impressions of the movie. The film producer had asked friends all over the world to use their video cameras and tape stories concerning the election. We saw people who were interviewed, people who […]

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