DANIEL K. INOUYE STUDENT FILM INITIATIVE SHOWCASE
FREE Screening Event.
2019 marks the 60th anniversary of statehood in Hawaii. Featuring archived items of historical importance from the Daniel K. Inouye Institute (DKII) collection, student filmmakers were asked to reflect on what this moment in time means to them, and where they see Hawaii going in the next 40 years of our centennial of statehood. Students could use these items as inspiration directly or indirectly in their work, as well as draw upon current day objects that reflect modern day themes and perspectives.
This special screening features a showcase of films made by the finalists and selected by a panel of judges to present at HIFF 2019.
A luncheon at the Wai Wai Collective for the finalists with special keynote guest Jacob Batalon to follow the screening.
|Saturday 16||11:00 - 12:00||Regal Dole Cannery 18||