Hawaii Film Blog

Thursday, March 16, 2006

Hawaii's Reel Stories: Hawaiian History on Film

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Hawaii's Reel Stories: Hawaiian History on Film
Premieres Thursday, March 16 on OC16 at 8:30 PM

Also playing this week on:
Friday at 2 AM & 1 PM
Saturday at Noon
Sunday at 1 PM & 11:30 PM
Monday at 5 AM, 11 AM & 6 PM
Wednesday at 11AM & 4:30 PM

  • "Then There Were None" - Actress Elizabeth Lindsey talks about going behind the camera for her film "Then There Were None," a personal history depicting how Western contact has impacted the Hawaiian people, newly released on DVD by Pacific Islanders in Communications.
  • "First Shot"- The students of Hawaii Pacific University explore the secret submarine attack on Pearl Harbor during World War II.
  • "Ku'u 'Aina Aloha: My Beloved Country" - Meleanna Aluli Meyer and Stephanie Castillo talk about producing their new documentary on the 1893 overthrow of Queen Lili'uokalani, filmed on all islands and co-produced by author Alice Walker and New Zealand director Merata Mita.
  • "Kamehameha" - Nathan Kurosawa recalls the experience of shooting "Kamehameha" on the Big Island, where the great unifier of the Hawaiian Islands was born.

>> UPDATE: ‘Emotional wallop’ on film [Hnl Star Bulletin, 3/17/06]

>> How Da Haoles Wen Stole Hawaii: The Film(s)
Documentary on Little Known Pearl Harbor Story
>> Hawaii's Reel Stories
>> Indigenous Pacific Storytelling
>> Hawaii Looks to New Zealand
Hawaii Film Panorama at LVHIFF
A Pictorial History of Hawaii
Hawaii vs. Hawaiian
Culture Clash

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