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Casting Notice for Local Film "POPOLO" 2 Replies

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Tags: acting, film, japaneese, local, audition

Started by Christine Lamborn. Last reply by Scott M. Schewe Jul 1.

CASTING FOR PRODUCTION CREW 1 Reply

Aloha Talented hawaii!my name is kohl smith and i am apart of a clothing line called dre empire. its an underground exclusive clothing line. we are a starting company so we have very low budget. we…Continue

Tags: tv, reality

Started by Kohl Smith. Last reply by Teraisa J. Goldman Jun 19.

Please Refer- Casting REAL Oahu Mom's to star in local Commercial- non actors/real moms

REAL OAHU MOMS WANTED TO STAR IN LOCAL COMMERCIAL FOR MAJOR GROCERY RETAILER! Are you a FUN and UPBEAT mom who loves to save money?Would you like to participate in some shopping that may be featured…Continue

Tags: families, oahu, casting, kids, moms

Started by Tamibcasting Jun 16.

Casting for commercial - Kapiolani Community College; filming June 12-13 6 Replies

Kapiolani Community College is casting extras of all types to represent students in a series of commercials being filmed on June 12-13 (Thursday and Friday) from 9a - 5p.  You do not need to be a…Continue

Tags: college, student, casting, commercial

Started by Brandon Marc Higa (Takashi). Last reply by Suzanne Hamdi Keyser Jun 11.

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Comment by Po'ai Suganuma on March 15, 2012 at 8:54am

Talking about Kamehameha the movie is one thing, but his lineage is getting really off base.  Lets bring it back to casting please.  There are a lot of things I have wanted to post... I have refrained.  Please keep it on subject.

Aloha

Comment by Esther Wilhelm Pridgen on March 12, 2012 at 2:47pm

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Comment by Jeffrey Ah Sam on March 12, 2012 at 1:34pm

This from Augie T.'s facebook page....

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New reality show being filmed in Oahu with Comedian and Actor Augie T is now looking for actors and employees for this season episodes and full time. You can get on TV and make money at the same time! Auditions and Interviews will start Wednesday, March 14th, 2012. Call today Now roles and positions will fill up quick! Email us your info and we will call you back realitytvshow@hialarm.com
Comment by Jeffrey Ah Sam on March 11, 2012 at 8:44am

P.s. Many Local Polys were used recently on Off the Map to play South Americans... 

Comment by Jeffrey Ah Sam on March 11, 2012 at 8:36am

When it comes to Playing the role of a polynesian person, Hollywood doesn't really always go for accuracy ... Take for instance... The Princess Ka'iulani movie.. the actress was not even from Hawai'i... she was from south america...  When Hollywood made a movie about Greg Louganis who is Samoan/European, Mario Lopez who is Latino played that role... 

I'd say at least be happy that if Dwayne Johnson were to land the role  of a Hawaiian king, at least he's a Polynesian and not another Latino... Not hat there's anything wrong with them.. I'm just sayin. Otherwise, write your own movie.. cast your own actors..  Have a great sunday

Comment by Anna Fishburn on March 7, 2012 at 8:40pm

NEED AFRICAN AMERICAN OR ASIAN MALE TWINS age 23-39 for a Nicki Minaj music video. Identical would be great, but if not identical OK too, since you will be wearing identical pink suits and hats. As long as you are twins. Shoot is Tuesday 3-13 and or Wednesday 3-14. This is a NON UNION shoot.email photo, stats and phone number ASAP. Please indicate if you have an agent and who it is, so I can let them know if you may be right for this. PLEASE do NOT submit if you don't fit these specs. All other parts have been cast.

Thank you

Anna

AnnaFishburn09@gmail.com

Comment by Paul Edney on March 7, 2012 at 9:52am

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Kimo stated,
"the physical appearance of the actor playing the role should take precedence over the race of the individual."

I concur wholeheartedly.
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Comment by Kimo Stowell on March 7, 2012 at 9:44am

Aloha Mai Kakou,

Intriguing conversation concerning the casting of Kamehameha. I think Mr. Johnson would make a compelling Kamehameha and would draw a lot of international interest to the film but historically speaking, aside from his physical strength, Mr. Johnson lacks the intensity of facial features and the towering and imposing stature of the late great Mo'i nui. 

Additionally, I might add, greater polynesia has been a melting pot of pacific rim cultures for millennia. Hawaiian oral tradition describe many different races visiting and or settling in the Hawaiian archipelago; originating from as far away as Europe, Japan, Malaysia, Micro and Melanesia, Pacific Northwest, and South America there is much debate concerning the origins of Pa'ao and Pili. Many contemporary scholars believe they arrived here from the Society Islands or Tahiti, regardless it is my humble opinion that the physical appearance of the actor playing the role should take precedence over the race of the individual. It would be wonderful if the Actor was of Hawaiian or Polynesian descent but it should not be a prerequisite or deciding factor in casting the part.

If not Kamehameha, Mr. Johnson would make an excellent rival as Keoua(the younger) or loyal subordinate as Ke'eamoku

-peace

Comment by Paul Edney on March 7, 2012 at 5:47am

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In 1891, Princess Ka'iulani was named by her aunt, Queen Lili'uokalani, as Heiress Apparent to the Kingdom of Hawai'i.

She was the last named heir to the Hawaiian monarchy and was half-white and half-Hawaiian. Her father Archibald Cleghorn was Scottish and her mother Princess Likelike was Hawaiian.

The purpose of my post is to show that Hawai'i has always been about a mixture of races even at the highest level.
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Comment by Jordan Naihe on March 7, 2012 at 1:01am

And besides, Pa'ao and Pili came at a time about 30 generations before Kamehameha. A time where I have previously argued that Polynesians were all one people anyway.  Therefore, I have no problem with the Rock playing Kamehameha. In fact, I endorse it.  Whatever brings truth to light about our people and history I am all for.  Truth.

 

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