Realities of Rezoning Ho`opili; Hawaii Women in Filmmaking; Foods for the Elderly Symposium
Tuesday, April 21st – from HPR2, it’s The Conversation
Kioni Dudley is a community activist and retired educator. As president of the Friends of Makakilo, he is an Intervenor before the Land Use Commission and opposes the Ho’opili development. He is also the leader of Save O’ahu Farmlands Alliance.
- Intro Music: Can't You See by The Film Score Orchestra
- Outro Music: Here, There And Everywhere, I Will by Paul Togioka
Women have been making significant contributions to the world of film both on and off the screen since the days of silent movies, but even today they’re both under-represented and underpaid behind the scenes (as techs, camera operators, editors, directors, etc.). It’s the mission of Hawaii Women in Filmmaking to correct that imbalance by focusing on the basics: helping women develop the skills to express themselves and become competitive in a crowded field. Vera Zambonelli is the founder of Hawaii Women in Filmmaking, whose Summer Reel Camp for girls ages 13-19 runs from June 15th to 20th.
- Intro Music: Here, There And Everywhere, I Will by Paul Togioka
- Outro Music: Lorge by El Ten Eleven
Claire Shimabukuro is the Executive Director of Hawai‘i Meals on Wheels. She's been selected as the U.S. representative to the Foods for the Elderly Symposium sponsored by the Korea Food Research Institute in Seoul next month.
- Intro Music: Freelance Forest by Signal Hill
- Outro Music: This One Took Forever by Goonies Never Say Die