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Student Short Film Contest

Posted on: August 29, 2018 | Category: News

Honolulu International Film Festival logoAttention Young Film-Makers! The Hawaii International Film Festival (HIFF), in partnership with the Daniel K. Inouye Institute, invites middle and high  school students to submit short films exploring and interpreting themes from the late Senator Inouye’s historic keynote address at the 1968 Democratic National Convention. Winning student films will be showcased at public libraries in the future.Senator Daniel K. Inouye at 1968 Democratic National Convention

Read the transcript of Senator Inouye’s Keynote Address

For more information, visit the Daniel K. Inouye Institute Student Film Initiative or contact Nancy McDonald at Entries must be submitted to the Hawaii International Film Festival by October 15, 2018.