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Time went really quickly (as usual!)

Opening a new session of Making Media That Matters brings me great joy...always. Sometimes we rush getting everything ready, but once we start we are in full force and present. Slightly after 9:00 am, we began by circling up to check in on how we were feeling that morning. Some of us were grateful, some of us were content to be where we were. Some of us were tired from a long week (which, for a few of us included protesting at the Climate March the day before). It was Saturday morning after all; following a week of school, work, and the many commitments we have, we may all have felt a little bit fatigued. After a relatively quick go around, we asked the group to reflect back on an activity t

A new Making Media That Matters!

Here we go - a new Making Media That Matters! We gathered for our first session this past Saturday, and it was magic. This is not the first MMTM we’ve organized at Hawaiʻi Women in Filmmaking, yet feelings of exhilaration and excitement on the first day are so powerfully present. We welcomed our young women as they came in, looking mesmerized by the beauty of the Waiwai (our new MMTM space!), and slowly making themselves comfortable. As they entered the space, they wrote on name tags, had instant pictures taken, grabbed some food, and made quick introductions to each other. We promptly circled up at 9:00 am to open our first session. I was so excited that all I could do was smile like the ch

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