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HIFF.ORG GREEN SCREEN PRESENTED BY PACIFIC EDGE MAGAZINE AND GREEN DRINKS HONOLULU


NOMINATED FEATURE DIRECTOR AND CAST IN ATTENDANCE


TO LIVE & RIDE IN L.A. HAWAII PREMIERE saTURDay, OCTObER 23 | 8:15 Pm | REgal DOlE


UnITED sTaTEs 2010 | EnglIsh | 55 m DIRECTOR: David Rowe PRODUCERs: Tim Jieh, Rick Kleinsmith CInEmaTOgRaPhER:


Marcus Ubungen CasT: Keo Curry, George Gregor, Trackosaurus Rex, Mr. Quick, Ace Boogie


For fixed-gear cyclists, Los Angeles is a city that has it all. From the neon glow of Hollywood to the sun-drenched boardwalk of Venice Beach, fixed- gear has evolved into a vibrant street culture that is uniquely L.A. From director David Rowe comes a new documentary feature that explores a side of L.A. few outsiders have seen. From races through rush-hour traffic to midnight loft parties, TO LIVE & RIDE IN L.A. is a fast paced-trip through the busy streets and back-alleys of one of the world’s largest cities.


UNRESERVED: THE LOUIE GONG STORY 2010 | Usa | 14m DIRECTOR: Tracy Rector


A profile of multicultural activist Louie Gong – In March 2009, he began merging Coast Salish art with a pop culture icon - VANS - to create custom skate shoes that represent his complex cultural identity.


WASTE LAND HAWAII PREMIERE fRIDay, OCTObER 15 | 5:00 Pm | REgal DOlE


bRazIl, UnITED KIngDOm 2010 | EnglIsh | 90 m DIRECTOR: Lucy Walker, Karen Harley, João Jardim PRODUCERs: Angus Aynsley, Hank Levine CInEmaTOgRaPhER: Dudu Miranda CasT: Vik Muniz


Critically-acclaimed contemporary artist Vik Muniz journeys from his home base in Brooklyn to his native Brazil to create works of art from materials collected at Jardim Gramacho, the world’s largest landfill. What he finds is the catadores – the self-designated pickers of recyclable materials – who put a human face to society’s forgotten waste.


Filmed over nearly three years, director Lucy Walker (BLINDSIGHT; COUNTDOWN TO ZERO) focuses her lens on this extremely personal collaboration between Muniz and the catadores as they recreate photographic images of themselves from everyday garbage. The results take them from the exotic outskirts of Rio de Janeiro to the international art world of central London and back again, uncovering lessons on how to recycle their own lives along the way. Mixing fine art with a social project, feature documentary WASTE LAND is both an education on the realities of an ecosystem disposed entirely from our everyday conscience and an illustration of the transformative power of the creative process. —Matthew Dekneef


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KEEP SURFING / BLANK CITY


THE VISUAL LANGUAGE OF HERBERT MATTER / MARWENCOL


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