Hawaii International Film Festival expands to Kauai and Big Island
Catherine E. Toth, Hawaii magazine
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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