In addition to my article about meeting the filmmakers and the jury at the HIFF event at Sheraton tonight, I would like to show all you guys the amazing location of this event!! Who wouldn’t get inspired when facing the ocean, music and a blue sky? The atmosphere created by HIFF was wonderful. But when … [Read…]
One Voice by Lisette Flanary Lisette Flanary is the brain behind “One Voice” which was screened this weekend at the Regal Dole Cinema. I met her today at the HIFF event at Sheraton and we had a great talk about her films. One Voice is about a once-a-year event happening on Hawaii where nearly 2000 high school … [Read…]
GO ENJOY IT.. I went to see the movie called Waste Land on Friday and I got a pleasant surprise. The HIFF team is welcoming you with a big smile and everything is well organized. You are not in doubt that you are in the right place when you are welcomed by the many yellow … [Read…]
I bet you’re thinking to yourself, what’s Eurocinema besides the fact that it is somehow collaborating with Hawaii International Film Festival (HIFF). You’re in luck, i’m going to tell you all about it. EuroCinema Hawai’i is dedicated to the enhancement of understanding and cultural exchange among the peoples of Europe and Hawai’i through the medium … [Read…]
A Horrible Way to Die was directed by Adam Wingard. The movie was shown on October 15th at Dole Cannery.
Hawaii International Film Festival started 30 years ago
Movie Reviews of Air Knob, The Green Tie Affair, The Happiest Man Alive, Junko’s Shamisen and The Suicide Brothers
The Secrets of the Tribe is the story of the “discovery” of the Yanomami tribes in the Amazon jungles, and the subsequent anthropological research and scandals that took place as academics worked to make a name for themselves. Brazilian Filmmaker Jose Padilha uncovers the inside story of academic ambition, jealousy, abuse and “horrifying scandal.” The … [Read…]