Blog - Programming Updates

WORLD OF WONG KAR WAI: The Ultimate WKW Mixtape

By HIFF News | February 9, 2021

We have invited some Wong Kar Wai super fans to discuss their love for the famed Hong Kong auteur’s work […]

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WORLD OF WONG KAR WAI: Mastery of Retrospection (Guest Blog)

By HIFF News | February 3, 2021

We have invited some Wong Kar Wai super fans to discuss their love for the famed Hong Kong auteur’s work […]

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HIFF presents Hawai‘i made short films at Aloha Drive-In at Ala Moana all February

By HIFF News | February 2, 2021

Aloha Drive-In Movies screenings are back! The popular drive-in event is presenting two films every Friday and Saturday at Ala […]

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February’s HIFF SELECTS: HOPE directed by Maria Sødahl

By HIFF News | February 2, 2021

For this month’s HIFF SELECTS, the festival programmers  are honored to present HOPE, Norway’s official entry to the Academy Awards […]

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WORLD OF WONG KAR WAI: How (and when) I watch his quintessential films (Guest Blog)

By HIFF News | January 26, 2021

We have invited some Wong Kar Wai super fans to discuss their love for the famed Hong Kong auteur’s work […]

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HoMA partners with Sundance Film Festival 2021 to present free virtual programs to support Hawai‘i films

By HIFF News | January 20, 2021

HIFF is honored to support the Honolulu Museum of Art (HoMA), the official #SatelliteScreen partner for the 2021 Sundance Film […]

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FYC: Watch award-winning KAPAEMAHU on HIFF Streaming Service through February 20

By HIFF News | January 20, 2021

We are honored to provide a special for-your-consideration (aka FYC) screening of KAPAEMAHU, which won the HIFF40 Made in Hawai‘i […]

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RSVP for free virtual screening of MINARI + Q&A moderated by Sandra Oh on January 13 to celebrate Korean American Day

By HIFF News | January 8, 2021

On Wednesday, January 13, celebrate Korean American Day with the cast & crew of MINARI. This special virtual screening will […]

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HIFF40 Recap: Inspiring Students to “Talk Story” Through Films

By Nathan Lim | November 30, 2020

The visual mediums of motion picture and animation betray an illusion of seamless, life-like fluidity presented through a director’s lens. […]

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Celebrate Bruce Lee’s 80th birthday with BE WATER free screening + panel on November 27

By Nathan Lim | November 26, 2020

Twenty-six karate students circle the lone man. Hands flared open as he adjusts his wide striking stance, his eyes dart […]

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