Category Archives: film festival

Hawaiian Mental Health Doc in Kauaʻi

Documentary Director Christen Marquez is excited to be heading to for her first ever visit to Kauaʻi. E Haku Inoa: To Weave A Name will be screening at the Waimea Film Festival along with a whole day of amazing films … Continue reading

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E Haku Inoa Nominated for Best Documentary

  E Haku Inoa: To Weave A Name was named as one of the nominees for Best Documentaries at the Los Angeles Asian Pacific Film Festival. The film will be screening twice as part of the festival. You can purchase … Continue reading

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SUPPORT PACIFIC ISLANDER FILMMAKERS AT THE L.A. ASIAN FILM FESTIVAL

The Los Angeles Asian and Pacific Islander Film Festival programs only a handful of the finest features and shorts from made by and about the Pacific Islands. One film with a surprising Pacific connection is the full length narrative Two … Continue reading

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