Michelle Borth has a regular role on “Hawaii Five-0,” but she’s more than a pretty face.
You’ll think twice about taking that short cut.
The reggae musical genius gets a thoughtful, edgy documentary that shortchanges the audience.
The annual Filipino Film Festival turns four — and what a big baby it has become!
It is, simply, a great film, an experience with unusual resonance to the world of today.
A frothy Korean rom-com with a healthy dose of dream-dashing reality.
A sermon about blame and forgiveness, disguised as a teenage road trip.
There is something for everybody, and then some, during the off-season Hawaii International Film Festival.
Regal Cinemas will open a state-of-the-art digital movie experience at its Dole Cannery location in April.
Back to the prehistoric roots of space opera, as Disney’s high-concept gamble hits theaters.
The Honolulu African-American Film Festival premieres a film about black surfers.
An Australian version of “Red Dawn,” but less realistic, if you can imagine that.
An adventure film shot in Hawaii is fun for those too young to know any better.
ABC has gone upstream into the heart of darkness.
The Doris Duke Theatre is home to Romantic and African-American film fare this month.
“All’s Well, Ends Well 2012″ is slapstick romantic comedy for the new year.
A Pearl Harbor reception welcomes an aviation hero on film.
Actor Omi Vaidya’s career ranges from ‘Hollywood zero to Bollywood hero’
These black pilots would never be mistaken for anything other than Americans.
A producer’s connection to “Flowers of War” comes via the Honolulu International Film Festival.
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