About The Event
Join the Daniel K. Inouye Institute and the University of Hawai‘i Public Policy Office for a Pau Hana Hour in their 2020 Series
With Hawaii in a second round of shutdowns due to a surge in COVID-19 cases, business and community leaders are looking for innovative and adaptive ways to rebuild its economy. One industry that has gained prominence during the pandemic has been streaming media services. With new shows and movies constantly offering fresh content and familiar classics, “what are you binge watching” is the new question everyone is asking.
Hawaii has long cultivated the television and film industry, and with demand at an all-time high, this already self-contained production could offer a way to safely infuse jobs and revenue into the state while adhering to strict COVID-related guidelines.
Join us for our next Pau Hana Hour in our 2020 Series as our star-studded panel discuss how the demands for streaming media could help to safely diversify and rebuild Hawaii’s economy during these unprecedented times:
The “Netflix Generation”: How the Demand for Streaming Television and Film Could Help Hawai‘i
Amy Hill (Magnum PI, 50 First Dates), Actress*
Dan Lin (Aladdin, It, The Lego Movies), Producer
Melvin Mar (Jumanji Movies, Doogie Kamealoha), Producer
Donne Dawson, State Film Commissioner
Moderated By Chris Lee, Founder & Director
Academy for Creative Media Systems at the University of Hawaii
Monday September 28, 2020
Panel Discussion from 5pm-6pm
Come “sit” at the table and let’s talk story! Bring your favorite pupus and drinks, and most importantly your perspectives and passion for policy…we hope to “see” you soon!
Jill Tokuda email@example.com or 808-383-8690