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Monthly Courtyard Cinema Series

Visit us every second Thursday of the month for a free outdoor screening under the stars at the IBM Building in Ward Village.

HIFF’s Cinema Partners

HIFF is proud to partner with the Honolulu Museum of Art and the Doris Duke Theatre to showcase arthouse, international and independent cinema from around the world. HIFF and the Doris Duke will cross-promote each other’s film programs throughout the year. Check out what’s playing this month at the Doris Duke by clicking the button below.
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Courtyard Cinema at Ward Village

Howard Hughes Corporation, in association with HIFF, Consolidated Theatres, and Starbucks presents a free outdoor screening every month in the courtyard at the IBM Building in Ward Village. For screening information and to book your free ticket, click the button below.
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NETPAC@25 Anniversary Celebration & Symposium

The Network for the Promotion of Asian Cinema (NETPAC) celebrates its 25th anniversary with a special screening series and symposium. November 18th – 24th, 2015.
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HIFF’s Cinema Partners


Courtyard Cinema at Ward Village


NETPAC@25 Anniversary Celebration & Symposium



HIFF is proud to partner with the Honolulu Museum of Art and the Doris Duke Theatre to showcase arthouse, international and independent cinema from around the world. For more info on the premiere exhibition of indie cinema in Honolulu, click on the link below.


Howard Hughes Corporation, in association with HIFF, Consolidated Theatres, and Starbucks presents a free outdoor screening every month in the courtyard at the IBM Building in Ward Village. For screening information and to book your free ticket, click below.


The Network for the Promotion of Asian Cinema (NETPAC) celebrates its 25th anniversary with a special screening series and symposium. November 18th – 24th, 2015.



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