Hawaii Film Blog

Tuesday, December 06, 2005

FilmHawaii Seminar: Protecting Hawaii's Locations

The Hawaii Film Office is pleased to announce its FilmHawaii Seminar on "Protecting Hawaii's Locations," the first in a series of seminars designed to educate the local film industry and film-interested public on the business of film and television production.

In this seminar, Donne Dawson, Sandi Ichihara, and Jackson Bauer of the Hawaii Film Office; Mawae Morton of Kamehameha Schools Land Assets Division; Dan Quinn of State Parks; and "Lost" location manager Jim Triplett will discuss the cultural and environmental sensitivities associated with filming in Hawaii, and how to navigate through filming permits, rules, and regulations.

Please join us!

FilmHawaii Seminar: Protecting Hawaii's Locations

This roundtable discussion informs producers and location managers about the cultural and environmental sensitivities that must be considered when filming at various locations around the state, and how you, with the help of the Hawaii Film Office, can navigate through the filming and photography permits, rules, and regulations that serve to protect Hawaii's precious locations.

* Jackson Bauer, Film Permit Specialist, Hawaii Film Office
* Sandra Ichihara, Film Industry Development Specialist, Hawaii Film Office
* Mawae Morton, Project Manager, Kamehameha Schools Land Assets Division/Endowment Group
* Dan Quinn, Administrator, Division of State Parks, Hawaii Dept. of Land and Natural Resources
* Jim Triplett, Location Manager, "Lost," "Lessons Learned," and "The Break"

Moderator: Donne Dawson, Hawaii State Film Commissioner

When: Thursday, December 15, 2005 at 1:00 pm
Where: Hawaii State Art Museum Multi-Purpose Room, 1st Floor, 250 S. Hotel Street (@ Richards St.)
Parking: Metered parking on Iolani Palace Grounds (enter on King St.) and at the Alii Place garage, 1099 Alakea St.

>> FREE <<
Members of the local film industry and the general public are invited to attend.

Feel free to spread the word--download the .pdf flyer and post it in your community.

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