Hawaiian Soul: Screening and discussion with filmmaker ʻĀina Paikai

Join us in viewing the short fim, Hawaiian Soul, and learning about George Helm's legacy of aloha ʻāina. Native Hawaiian Director, Writer, and Producer, ʻĀina Paikai, will share his experiences working on this film and the motivation behind it. We will also have an opportunity to discuss the film and learn more about careers in Creative Media.

"Hawaiian Soul is a narrative short-film dedicated to real life Hawaiian hero George Jarret Helm Jr., a skilled and talented musician that used his voice to inspire a revolution of consciousness during the 1970's native rights movement, now known today as the Hawaiian Renaissance. This short, fictional story is based on true events and captures key moments where music fuels both George's passions of celebrating Hawaiian culture and guarding what's left of it." - Director's Statement

Hawaiian Soul website: https://www.hawaiiansoulmovie.com/

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Wednesday, April 7, 2021 at 12:30pm to 2:00pm

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