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Arts & Entertainment

Marquis Brack and Jenina Singh, editors

 

Academy presents shapes of things to come

Won Ju Lim: In Many Things to Come opened in the Clare Boothe Luce Gallery at the Honolulu Academy of Arts Oct. 5 and runs through Nov. 26. This presentation is the third in a series of exhibition of works by internationally known contemporary artists that was initiated by the academy in 2005. [More]


Wo Ju Lim’s paintings are currently on display at the Honolulu Academy of Arts.

Courtesy Honolulu Academy of Arts

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The Fascist aesthetic and Hero

Arguably, in terms of aesthetics, Hero has been one of the most widely discussed films in recent years. Visually stunning, the film uses a highly formalistic approach to filmmaking that achieves breathtaking action sequences combined with vistas that stick with the viewer for days. So compelling are the visuals that the ending sequence of yards of silk falling in slow motion is currently being paid homage to in a car commercial. But are these images more than just beautiful? Do they uphold a political ideology that is fascist? [More]

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Rotuman film celebrates island culture, spirit

Film director and writer Vilsoni Hereniko visited HPU’s Warmer Auditorium Sept. 17 to view and discuss his movie The Land Has Eyes. [More]


Sapeta Taito played Viki in The Land Has Eyes.

Courtesy Ronin Films online

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Honolulu Symphony puts on educational youth concert

The Honolulu Symphony is about to kick off this year’s season for Hawai‘i kids. [More]


Instructors play for children and teach them how to use the instruments.

www.honolulusymphony.com

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Nearly 50 countries represented in HIFF

“Hollywood is trying to go Asia, and HIFF is already there,” said Chuck Boller, executive director of Hawai‘i International Film Festival, a semiannual event that opens its fall season Oct. 19 and runs through Oct. 29. Films will showcase at the Dole Cannery, Hawai‘i Theatre on Bethel St., Doris Duke Theatre at Honolulu Academy of Arts, Sunset on the Beach in Waikiki, and Next Door 43 N. Hotel St. [More]

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