Hawaii International Film Festival expands to Kauai and Big Island



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Blue Hawaii, screening free at "Sunset on the Beach," Waikiki, Oct. 12.


From Hawaiian Love and The Shark God in 1913 to the currently-filming Untitled Cameron Crowe project, Hawaii can claim a very long history of starring on the silver screen. A full century, to be exact.

To commemorate the 100th anniversary of Hawaii in feature films, this year’s 33rd annual Hawaii International Film Festival will be adding a few new programs to its already packed 10 days of Oahu screenings, running from Oct. 10-20, expanding screenings for the first time to the Big Island and Kauai, Oct. 24-27.

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