Category Archives: filmmaking

Broadcasting Nationally on Public Television

E Haku Inoa: To Weave A Name is broadcasting nationally this month in May. To find your local broadcast station and times click on this link and enter your zipcode to search. Mahalo!

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“Let’s Move!” Pacific Exercise Video is a Winner!

“Let’s Move!” will be presented for an award in the category of best multi-media material at the American Public Health Association’s annual conference in Boston in November.   Let’s Move! is a video resource designed to help people get up … 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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