After scouting Kauai, Maui, Hawaii island and Oahu, executives for Hunger Games: Catching Fire selected Oahu as a location for two to three weeks of filming beginning as early as November and including preproduction will wrap in Hawaii just before the December Christmas break. Budget for the sequel is in excess of $100 million, sources said… The first Hunger Games had a worldwide gross of $642 million, including $405 million in the United States. The budget was $78 millionSee More
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"The mixer was ok. Not many folks that I've known for years from HAN, but I met a few new folks and chatted it Michael. I hope to see both of the Wells Bros. and more familiar faces at the next official HAN Mixer!!!! Thank you, HAN for all that…"
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Pant: 1-3 or 24-25
Shoe: 2.5 kids
Singing: classical and R&B (Alto)
Ballet (Oregon Ballet Theatre, 9 years)
Track: 4x4 relay, 100 m sprinter
Modern Dance (Beginner)
Can operate a stick shift vehicle
Radio Talk Show Host
Accents: English, Southern, Jamaican, West Coast, New York, Australian, German, Russian, South African, Valley Girl, “Ghetto”
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“Volunteerism is the voice of the people put into action. These actions shape and mold the present into a future of which we can all be proud.” ~ Helen Dyer Volunteerism is what ‘Ōlelo Community Media is built upon. For nearly 24 years, ‘Ōlelo Volunteers have dedicated thousands of hours assisting with community production work, mentoring […]
Gather your students, get your popcorn, sit down and be prepared to be entertained by this year’s ‘Olelo Youth Xchange Video Competition’s 658 amazing entries presented by Sony. The time will fly by as the students demonstrate their creativity and express their views of the issues facing our state. This year’s record number of entries, […]
Come see our newest community media center (cmc) at Kaimuki High School on Wednesday, February 27th. This cmc replaces ‘Olelo’s facility at Jarrett Middle School and represents an exciting new partnership with Kaimuki High School and DOE TeleSchool Branch. We hope you can join us in celebrating this new chapter in our service to Oahu […]
‘Olelo Community Media will cablecast the historic joint inauguration of incoming Mayor Kirk Caldwell and newly elected Honolulu City Council members Ikaika Anderson, Ann Kobayashi, Ron Menor, Kymberly Pine and Joey Manahan on Wednesday, January 2nd. The one-hour ceremony will air live on ‘Olelo Channel O‘AHU 55 starting at 10 a.m. It will also be […]
‘Ōlelo Community Media will cablecast LIVE the public viewing of Senator Daniel K. Inouye as he lies in state at the State Capitol on Saturday, Dec. 22 from 5pm through midnight. According to Governor Abercrombie, at the request of the late Senator Inouye’s family, the cablecast will be aired without commentary. TV Broadcast: Saturday Dec. […]
Thought you or someone you know might want this part time contract work for live event Brand Ambassador/Promo Model work... Because you live in the area, I thought you or someone you know might want to work at one of our live event…
I was so honored to have been casted in a Day Role on a Lifetime Channel Movie. The cast and crew from LA were so awesome to work with. I can't thank Mike and his awesome crew enough for the opportunity to work on such a professional set.…
The $1-million Hot Docs-Blue Ice Group Documentary Fund helps enable more African documentary filmmakers to tell their own stories and contribute to a new generation of the African documentary community.
As mainstream media moves away from in-depth coverage of domestic and global social issues, documentaries have become an important and much needed tool to draw attention to these contemporary international conflicts.