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Film Festival Submissions
Enjoy a free screening of Kū Kanaka and Tuna Wages next month at the University of San Francisco in Fromm Hall from 6:00 - 8:00 p.m. The screenings will be followed by a panel discussion, and are free and open to the public.
Deep Waters -of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa - April 13
Enjoy a free screening of Sons of Hālawa and The Roots of ʻUlu next month at the University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa at noon. The screenings are free and open to the public. Be sure to check back and follow us on Facebook, Twitter Insta
Film Festival Submissions
Over its five year history, Pasifika Film Fest has presented a diverse group of stories, from Amie Batalibasi's 'Blackbird', to Tammy Davis' 'Born to Dance' and a number of films from all over the Pacific and the world in between. In 2018, Pasifika Film Fest looks forward to continuing this tradition of showing Pacific storytelling to the Pacific community and the world. Late deadline submissions will close on April 13. We are looking forward to receiving your submissions, please get in quick!
The goal of the festival is to provide animators the opportunity to share their cultural work with other artists and audiences who would not normally have the opportunity to share their stories.
imagineNATIVE showcases, promotes, and celebrates Canadian and international Indigenous filmmakers and media artists. imagineNATIVE is committed to a greater understanding by audiences of Indigenous peoples, cultures, and artistic expressions.
Māoriland Film Festival is an International Indigenous Film festival that celebrates Indigenous voices and storytelling in film. Each March, Māoriland brings films and their creators to Ōtaki on New Zealand’s Kapiti Coast for five days of screenings, workshops and special events.
As the vanguard forum of international cinematic achievement in the Asia-Pacific region, Hawaiʻi International Film Festival (HIFF) endeavors to recognize new and emerging talent, promote career development and original collaborations through innovative education programs and facilitate dynamic cultural exchange through the cinema arts.
The Spring Showcase is one of many of the non-profit media arts organization Pacific Arts Movement (Pac Arts), including the popular San Diego Asian Film Festival, which takes place this fall.
Hot Docs, North America’s largest documentary festival, offers an outstanding selection of over 200 films from Canada and around the world to Toronto audiences of more than 200,000.
The Center for Asian American Media (CAAM) is expanding its programming to include four additional days, CAAMFest is a 15-day feast of the senses, with film, music, food and digital media from the world’s most innovative Asian and Asian American artists.
An intensive filmmaking workshop designed for women (cis, trans, gender-fluid) to learn basic filmmaking skills to produce a short film.
Immersive programs are offered to selected qualified applicants in six high growth clusters: Screenwriting; Broadband/New Media; Producing; Interactive Media; Design/Fashion; and Music.