Startup Crawl with the Governor of Hawaii and Steve Case
Today at the Manoa Innovation Center, Jeannette Paulson Hereniko showcased an app we developed in partnership between Asia Pacific Films and Tapiki called Hawaii Filmmakers to both Steve Case and Neil Abercrombie, the Governor of Hawaii. Abercrombie took interest in seeing the Patsy Mink film that is included as one of the 7 award winning films. See another photo here by Ricky Li.
About the Hawaii Filmmakers iPad App:
Stream seven award-winning films that illustrate the richness, diversity and complexity of Hawai’i and the region. Each film is made by an outstanding filmmaker from Hawai’I who tells visual stories with originality, technical excellence, courage and abiding passion.
The Hawaii Filmmakers’ app is curated by Jeannette Paulson Hereniko (bio can link to this information and attached photo). She is President of Asia Pacific Films and Vice President of the international nonprofit organization, NETPAC (Network for the Promotion of Asian Cinema). She is the Founder of the Hawaii International Film Festival, serving as Director from 1981 to 1997, and the first director of the Palm Springs International Film Festival in 1990. Ms. Hereniko is also a storyteller and a filmmaker. Her work includes a one-woman show, Wild Wisdom, and producing the award-winning Fiji/USA 2004 narrative feature film, The Land Has Eyes, that premiered at the Sundance Film Festival.