First they cut Act 221 and now they put the Film Commissioner’s job on the chopping block. KHNL caught me and tried editing my rant together with some images of Johnny Depp
Of course I didn’t Direct Pirates of the Caribbean, but KHNL’s clip implies it was my production.
In “actual” I’m more articulate than on television.
I like how the other clip they used has Jason Scott Lee who is indeed in our film.
We locked picture on Reel #2 today. This is just a small piece of the animation with the music composition by Shelley. This is not the final music. Just the sketch she did for this piece.
Let me know what you think.
Ralph Bakshi really has insight why we do this.
Every animator should see/hear this:
Now go make your own film!
With: GB Hajim
Info: Jul 9 • Thu • 7:00-9:00pm • Yukiyoshi Room, Krauss Hall 012 • Free • Call 956-8244 for information.
Event ID: EV0010319L
How do you develop a film industry and retain talent during tough times? Hire locally and train your employees to meet global standards. Following the example of WETA in New Zealand, GB Hajim and friends are building a film industry from the ground up. Come see what is being done on the Big Island to create a unique production niche while developing the local production community through internships.
GB Hajim is an award-winning independent filmmaker living on the Big Island. Since 1995, he has been directing, shooting and editing Hawaiian language dramas, animations and educational shorts. He has produced over 100 projects ranging from the many 15-second long Hawaiian Word of the Day spots on KITV to feature length dramas and documentaries. Currently, Hajim is working on a series of science fiction animated features. He has dedicated himself to making the process as important as the product and has been working with local schools to find talented artists to train in animation. In 2005, he won an INDE Award for Inspiring and Educating Hawaii`s Youth.