4th Annual Asian Pacific American Film Festival
This year's films are:
|Afternoon Matinee (1-4 pm)|
|The film follows Hawai'i's homegrown musical hero whose love of the ukulele has transformed all previous notions of the instrument's potential.|
|Among B-Boys (2012) |
Directed by Christopher Woon
|A documentary film about the Hmong American youth community and how the Hip Hop dance form of B-Boying/Breakdancing fit into their lives.|
|Evening Program (7-10 pm)|
Blossoms and Thorns:
|A compelling documentary on the Japanese American flower-growing community in Richmond, CA who were uprooted from their homes and businesses and spent the war years incarcerated in barren desert camps.|
The Untold Story:
|Within 48 hours Japan's attack on Pearl Harbor, Hawai'i authorities arrested and detained over 2,000 persons of Japanese ancestry in Hawai'i.|
- Special performance by Halau Ha'a Kea o Kinohi with Kumu Hula Paul K. Neves at both programs.
- Free parking available in Beethoven Lot 2.
- All screenings will be presented at the CSM Theatre.