From revealing exposés to rousing musical performances, this six-part series, now in its fourth season, features a diverse array of programs intended to draw viewers into the heart and soul of Pacific Island culture.
Pacific Islanders in Communication (PIC) is celebrating 25 years of supporting the advancement and development of Pacific Island media content, talent and community participation.
Part foodie, part travelogue, part genealogy, Family Ingredients is a fun, fast-paced TV series hosted by acclaimed Hawai‘i chef and sustainability hero Ed Kenney. Though it is the most isolated archipelago in the world, big things are happening in Hawai‘i, particularly in the state’s dynamic culinary scene.
"The Places We Call Home is a digital storytelling project that explores what "home" means to Pacific Islanders who've moved all over the world.
A community engagement screening series that brings communities together in an inclusive way to share, learn, discuss and get involved with issues that are pertinent to the Pacific.
An annual film showcase honoring Pacific filmmakers, the majesty of Oceania, and the stories we share.
PIC is a proud sponsor of the Pacific Showcase at the 2015 Hawaii International Film Festival November 12-22
An annual film showcase honoring Pacific filmmakers, the majesty of Oceania, and the stories we share. Co-sponsored by PIC and several departments at the University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa and held at the Kamakakūokalani Center for Hawaiian Studies.
Deep Waters is a screening series for the classroom. We partner with education institutions and screen films highlighting Pacific Islander stories that relate to the current curriculum. Through each screening, we strive to spark thought, encourage conversation and enhance the mission of Pacific Islanders in Communications.