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Arts & Entertainment

Marquis Brack and Jenina Singh, editors

 

Creativity distracts from sense of direction in The Science of Sleep

The Science of Sleep, a film written and directed by Michel Gondry, is a story about an adult protagonist that lives life through child-like dreams. [More]


In his dreams, Stephane’s three-person band sings love songs to a “Stephane TV” audience.

Courtesy www.Google.com

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IONA seeks volunteers for art museum fundraising dinner

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]


“Miss Kitty”-- the lead character in IONA’s imaginative animal entourage.

Courtesy IONA

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The Lion in Winter ready to roar

HPU opens its fall production, the Lion in Winter written by James Goldman and directed by Joyce Maltby. The curtain rises Nov. 10 at the Hawai‘i Loa campus Theatre, newly renamed the Paul and Vi Loo Theatre in honor of HPU Trustee Paul Loo and his wife who have underwritten the theatre’s renovation. [More]


Tom Holowach as Henry, Myra Beth Morrison as Alais, and R. Holly Holowach as Eleanor.

Courtesy HPU Theatre

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Honolulu Symphony puts on educational youth concert

Experience the eclectic feel of ‘50’s south France is embraced in the new Bethel Street wine bar, Brasserie Du Vin. [More]


TheBrasserie Du Vin courtyard is reminiscent of a European town square.

Photo by Eddie London

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