JoinedJanuary 31, 2010
Over three decades, the Hawaii International Film Festival has become the state’s largest arts event, bringing world-class cinema—and a bit of glamour—to the isles.
The Wild West of film competitions, Showdown in Chinatown has inspired Hawai‘i auteurs for a decade.
If there existed such a thing as a Nation of Hawai‘i, the Kū ki‘i (statues) that reside abroad would be amongst its national treasures. Their return may be inevitable.