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May update

The San Francisco Film Society is now the Non-Profit Fiscal Sponsor for “Noho Hewa.”  Mahalo to Michele Turnure-Salleo for her help in setting this up and to Kimberly Hancock for her encouragement.

On May 9th, “Noho Hewa” was screened at Kamehameha Schools Kapalama campus for students in the Scholar’s Program and their parents.  It was an honor to be able to show the film that day and talk-story with these families.  I believe that’s the best way to see the film, with ohana, so that there can be a lively kukakuka afterwards.  Mahalo nui to Jasmine Stein for arranging the screening and to everyone in the Scholar’s Program for doing such important work on behalf of Hawaiians.

March update

Mahalo nui to Clyde Namuo at the Office of Hawaiian Affairs for some much needed support and to Bernadette and Chanetelle for taking care of the administrative process.

Aloha and mahalo to Kev and Ev at the Forward Foundation for facilitating the OHA grant.

Also, mahalo nui to Kimberly Hancock and her ohana for the kind support from Silicon Valley Community Foundation.  That fabulous grant was facilitated by the San Francisco Film Society.  Mahalo to Michele at SFFS.