In celebration of Women’s History Month, come join us for this free webinar! This panel of speaker is incredibly accomplished, and we can’t wait for this Zoom meeting to happen. Please RSVP and save your spot, because this is call time you’ll definitely want to hit.
Lisette Marie Flanary is the producer and director of Lehua Films and her award-winning documentaries, American Aloha: Hula Beyond Hawaiʻi, Nā Kamalei: The Men of Hula, ONE VOICE, and Tokyo Hula have broadcast nationally on public television and shown in film festivals around the world.
Kelly D’Angelo – Hailing originally from her Haudenosaunee homelands in Upstate New York, Kelly has done her fair share of storytelling in different mediums, including writing for television, musicals, film, books, and animation. Recent credits include “Miracle Workers,” Adult Swim’s “Final Space,” Cartoon Network’s “Mao Mao,” and Hasbro’s “My Little Pony: Equestria Girls.”
Connie Florez is the founder/CEO of Hula Girl Productions LLC since 2001. As an indigenous filmmaker, Connie’s projects have included international award-winning narratives, documentaries, and television projects. Recent films include Waikiki and 38 Minutes. She created Honolulu Symphony Productions, LLC and executive produced music for such films as Princess Kaiulani and Hiromi in Love.
Vea Mafileʻo is a freelance trailblazing award-winning Director/ Producer. Her feature documentary For My Father’s Kingdom had its world premiere at Berlinale 2019 alongside her short documentary Toa`ipuapuaga and LILU which she production designed. Recently she directed her first drama short Lea Tupu’anga and this year made her debut TV drama directing on The Panthers TV series.
Hinaleimoana Wong-Kalu is a Kanaka Maoli teacher, cultural practitioner, and filmmaker who uses digital media to protect and perpetuate indigenous languages and traditions. She began her film work as a protagonist and educational advisor for the award-winning films Kumu Hina and A Place in the Middle.