WHEN: May 26-28 (Thursday & Friday, 7-9pm; Saturday from 9:30 am -12:30 pm ; 2-5 pm & 6:30-9 pm
WHERE: Henry Hall room 109
WHAT: Palestine Film Festival of Honolulu- Over a span of 9.5 viewing hours, Festival goers will be treated to seven full-length films exploring various phases of life under decades-long military occupation by Israeli forces.  Prominent among them is “To Shoot an Elephant,” a 112-minute, 2009-produced film portrait of Gaza under embargo by Israel.
WHO: Free and open to the public
CONTACT: Dr. Poranee Natadecha-Sponsel at 808-735-4822