I have been pretty busy trying to get the word out about the July 15th screening. It has been a good little test run of getting press and doing promotion. At this point pretty much everything is in place. I just have to keep practicing the hulas that I am going to dance so I don’t embarrass myself. This post is a one stop shop for all of the TV, radio, and print stories that I have done while here in Seattle.
Lori Matsukawa of King 5 News interviewed me on the overall process of film film at the Wing Luke Asian Art Museum.
This interview by Jeremy Richards focuses more on the NW Native connection and what I learned about my mother through working with the people of the Puyallup Tribe:
Joaquin Uy of KBCS and I talk more about the universal conflict between younger and older generations.
Here is the link to the Seattle Post Globe Interview with me by Himanee Gupta. Hawaiian Filmmaker Explores Past
Himanee touches on historical context of Hawaii that I hope people will be able to learn through Haku Inoa.