Huliau Screening at LCC

Huliau (meaning turning point, of time of change) is a 35 minute film that guides viewers on a visually stimulating journey through painted illustrations, animation, underwater photography and unique natural settings. The film combines fact with passion and serves to reconnect viewers with the environment. It revolves around a diverse group of interviewees as they collectively "talk story" about their belief in why our very existence depends on how "in-tune" we are with our environments.
When Jan 07, 2011
from 01:15 PM to 04:00 PM
Where Leeward Community College, Rm. GT105
Contact Name
Contact Phone 692-8200 ext. 2252
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Hawai'i Green Collar Institute (HGCI) will present the locally produced film, Huliau, followed by a panel of speakers including those who made and were featured in the film on Friday, January 7 at 6:15 pm at Leeward Community College, Rm. GT105.  The event is free with attendees seated on a space available basis.

Huliau (meaning turning point, of time of change) is a 35 minute film that guides viewers on a visually stimulating journey through painted illustrations, animation, underwater photography and unique natural settings. The film combines fact with passion and serves to reconnect viewers with the environment. It revolves around a diverse group of interviewees as they collectively "talk story" about their belief in why our very existence depends on how "in-tune" we are with our environments.

Film creator and director David DeLuca will lead the panel discussion following the film. Other panelists will include Sam Gon, III, Ph.D., Senior Scientist and Cultural Advisor of The Nature Conservancy; Maile Meyer, owner of Native Books; and Solomon Enos, an artist who illustrated much of the artwork in the film.   The speakers will talk about their roles in the film as well as how they are each addressing challenges facing Hawaii's cultural and natural environment through their "green" jobs.

This event is one in a series of educational activities part of HGCI, which introduces Leeward O`ahu's high school and college students to environmental and climate change issues in their communities and inspires them to pursue careers in Hawaii's emerging "green collar" economy.

HGCI is an educational partnership between the Mālama Learning Center and Leeward Community College Hālau 'Ike O Pu'uloa. For more information, please contact info@malamalearningcenter.org or call 692-8200 ext. 2252.

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