Thursday, March 12, 2009

Big Island girls do it better

Photo: (L-R) Courtney Campbell, Danette Haas-Campbell, Kayla Greenberg, Akela Quin are members of HAAS Productions who shot b-roll during their trip to the Capitol.

A student film crew from the Hawaii Academy of Arts and Sciences, a small public charter school in Pahoa on the Big Island, visited the Hawaii State Capitol today to interview House and Senate members from their island. The Capitol film project will air on Na Leo Public Access TV once completed.

HAAS Productions launched just six months ago under the direction of Gloria Baraquio, and in this short period of time the all-girl film crew has accomplished numerous achievements. They were able to win at the E Malama Aina Film Festival in Hilo with a short film on sustainability, produced a short Christmas segment for Na Leo Public Access TV, and submitted a short film on underage drinking to the HMSA video contest. In addition to their Capitol project, the production team is working on entering two other film contests with E Ola Pono and Na Leo TV.

Photo: (L-R) Thula Martin, Bailey Wooldridge, Kayleigh Moccio, Gloria Baraquio, Racheal Rivera are members of HAAS Productions who did interviews with Big Island lawmakers for a Capitol film project.


Anonymous said...

Mahalo you guys...

You're the Best!

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James Gonser said...

Mahalo Damon,
I deleted the comment.

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