Media Coverage

‘Ideation Weekend’ promoting creative thinking, concepts,coming to Kauai Bill Buley – The Garden Island If you have an idea and want to take the next step toward turning it into reality, an opportunity is coming up you don’t want to miss. The Creative Lab Hawaii’s Transmedia Ideation Weekend scheduled March 11 and 12 on Kauai ...
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  Full Article: Honolulu Star Advertiser (01/06/2017)

Interview with Meg LeFauve Creative Lab Spring 2016 Featured Meg LeFauve, screenwriter of the Academy Award winning animated film “Inside Out,” and Creative Lab Hawaii @ HIFF 2016 keynote speaker, and mentor for the CL Screenwriting Producing Immersive. HONOLULU – Meg LeFauve was nominated for an Oscar, and one of this year’s Variety’s Screenwriters To ...
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DBEDT announces plans for 2016 accelerator program By Kathleen Gallagher Reporter, Pacific Business News Published on March 15, 2016 Hawaii’s Department of Business, Economic Development and Tourism has announced the 2016 season of its Creative Lab Hawaii Accelerator Program after receiving $550,000 in funding. The program, which started in 2012, has three separate segments, which ...
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Creativity: Hawaii’s Next Big Export How a public-private program called Creative Lab accelerates entrepreneurs in six creative areas: screenwriting, broadband, interactive media, fashion, producing, and music. By Braelyn Wood To read more about the article, please go to Hawaii Business Magazine website

Midweek (12-23-2015)

Posted on Dec 23, 2015 in Media Coverage

State Supports Creative Entrepreneurs By Christine O’Connor Midweek Published on December 23, 2015 A coming-of-age film that centers on the struggles of two orphaned brothers in Thailand, How To Win At Checkers (Every Time), has made the rounds on this year’s film festival circuit and has been amassing a number of awards along the way. ...
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Yearlong mentorship would help young producers thrive By Mike Gordon Honolulu Star-Advertiser Posted on November 29, 2015 1:30 am If there’s fame associated with a film or TV series, the laurels typically go to the artistic face of the project – the actors, directors and writers. But none of them would be holding a golden statuette ...
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