HONOLULU -The Diversity in Place Shorts Fest presents a wide variety of short films from a variety of hidden, hard to access, abandoned or simply unfinished places. A day in the life of an abandoned New Jersey Papermill, a journey through some of the most difficult hidden locations in London in Crack the Surface, a Bitter Coffee in the streets of Damascus, or a visit to a 1860’s coal mine in Belgium, in Hasard de Cheratte. Streets of contemporary Tokyo in Edo, underground trains, streetcars, buses and escalators embody the impressionistic beauty of architectural reflections in Arcs of Texture, a May Day in Community China, and Italy’s most prominent architectural style between the end of WW2 and the present day, a foray into the Unfinished Italy. These and many more urban explorations into the beauty of the everyday, the off-limits, abandoned, forgotten and unfinished.
Complete program can be found here.

Light refreshment will be offered during intermission thanks to the generosity of the UH Graduate Student Organization. Website: www.diversityinplace.org

This event is organized by Hawai‘i Women in Filmmaking in collaboration with The ARTS at Marks Garage.

Contact: Vera Zambonelli vera@artsatmarks.com 808.206.0848
1159 Nu‘uanu Avenue, Honolulu, HI 96817

The program can be found here.


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