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Women of Wonder Film Festival announces its 2019 lineup

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Vera Zambonelli Hawaiʻi Women in Filmmaking, 808-206-0848 vera@hawaiiwomeninfilmmaking.org WOMEN OF WONDERS FILM FESTIVAL ANNOUNCES ITS 2019 LINEUP (Honolulu, HI)— The 6th edition of Women of Wonders Film Festival, presented by Hawaiʻi Women in Filmmaking, announces their lineup today. The Festival hosts screenings at the HoMa Doris Duke Theatre, March 15-17, 2019. Audiences will enjoy films featuring women’s and girls’ stories around the world and here in Hawaiʻi. On March 15, the festival opens with Half The Picture by Amy Adrion, a woman-directed documentary that uses the current EEOC investigation into discriminatory hiring practices as a framework to talk

Waiwai Collective x Hawaiʻi Women in Filmmaking

Recently, we collaborated with Waiwai Collective to present Amplifying Youth Voices, a special presentation of short films produced during our 2018 Making Media That Matters program. Ka Waiwai is truly a special place and we could not have been more excited to hold a screening there. We started the evening by gathering in “the vault” at the back of Ka Waiwai. We ate ʻono Hawaiian food from Farm to Fork, a new restaurant across the street who prioritizes locally-sourced ingredients. The menu included butterfish laulau, vegan curry, hōʻiʻo salad and haupia (just to name a few of the items). It was such a treat and a great way to start the programming with full, happy bellies – and full, happy

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