Fri, Mar 08|
Women of Wonders Film Fest - Short program #1
The Women of Wonders Film Fest highlights and celebrates the lives and accomplishments of women around the world, and here in Hawai‘i. The film fest presents a selection of films directed by women, about women, for everybody.
Time & Location
Mar 08, 2024, 6:00 PM – 7:10 PM
Honolulu, 900 S Beretania St., Honolulu, HI 96814, USA
About the event
SHORTS PROGRAM #1 6:00 PM
Held by Audrey Billups
Held is a sonic, visual and poetic experience of the ocean as a feminine force; mother, lover, bringer of food, comfort, soul nourishment and wonder. When we are Held, we remember the power of water and the magnetic draw of soul to sea.
Roots and Wings: Parisa Parnian by Lisa Yadao, Michelle Sampior, Irene Yadao
Iranian-American multi-disciplinary visual artist and culinary creative behind Savage Taste, Parisa Parnian hosted pop-up dinners in Los Angeles that not only illuminated Persian cuisine but also brought together the LGBTQ community.
Two One Two by Shira Avni
Two One Two combines shimmering clay on glass animation with personal archives in this deeply intimate, experimental animated documentary love letter to motherhood, parenting on the spectrum, and two headed monsters everywhere.
Roots and Wings: Irene Yoo by Lisa Yadao, Michelle Sampior, Irene Yadao
Chef, recipe developer, writer, culinary historian and founder of Yooeating Irene Yoo, whose pop-ups in New York offered a decidedly new take on Korean home cooking and street food.
Thirstygirl by Alexandra Qin
On a road trip with her younger sister, Charlie struggles to hide a secret sex addiction.
Last Date by Andrea Zile Bish
After her boyfriend proposes, a young woman sets out to take care of one teeny weeny thing - divorcing her estranged husband.
KAD by Katharin Mraz
KAD (Korean Adoptee) is a "day in the life" coming of age story about Kate Davison, a Korean Adoptee.
Hemorrhage by Ruth Hayes
Animated agit-prop: against the end of Roe and the evisceration of women’s rights to choose.
Knots by Anna Lytton
5...6...7...8 by Taylor Gruver Carmichael
Four middle-aged friends take a hip hop dance class in an effort to regain their self-confidence.
Pidgin Kauai Style by Erica Byers
Four women candidly discuss regional aspects of Pidgin and share their personal experiences and stories about how speaking Pidgin is a source of pride for them and their community.
Made possible thanks to the generous support of University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa SEED IDEAS
- Ticket type
Free admissionSale ends: Mar 08, 5:00 PM
Mar 08, 5:00 PMPrice$0.00
- Ticket type
Donation to HWF$