Established in 1981, the Hawaii International Film Festival is dedicated to advancing understanding and cultural exchange among the peoples of Asia, the Pacific and North America through the global medium of film.
It is the largest such "East meets West" film festival in the United States.
The festival receives sponsorship from numerous corporations every year, with the largest contributor being Louis Vuitton. The festival is also known as the Louis Vuitton Hawaii International Film Festival.
The Festival will consider works-in-progress, films with temporary sound tracks, digital outputs, and work that did not originate from film.
Selection Media Type: DVD NTSC, online
Screening Media Type: DCP
Audio language: original
Subtitles language: English
City premiere required.
Jury and Organizers
Anderson Le (Director of Programming); Chuck Boller (Executive Director).
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This is for documentary films or videos 40 MINUTES OR LONGER.
This category is for short subject films or videos, i.e., all narrative film, animations and experimental projects 39 MINUTES OR LESS.
This is for narrative films or videos 40 MINUTES OR LONGER.
This category is for short subject films or videos, i.e., all documentary film projects LESS THAN 39 MINUTES.
Narrative and documentary feature and short films made by First Peoples from the Pacific Rim, specifically, Polynesia, Oceania and Australasia. This category does not include Southeast Asian countries.
This section is for narrative and documentary films of feature and short length made in Hawaii
(Hawaii Residents, Under 18 only)