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HOT is the word this summer as Mānoa Arts & Minds continues to heat up with wonderful opportunities to get away from it all. Why not take a vacation from the day-to-day routine, and return to campus for the best that the Departments of Art & Art History, Music, Theatre & Dance, and Outreach College have to offer?

Take a look at these wonderful opportunities waiting just for you!


Kids First Film Festival - Yes You Can

UH Mānoa Art Auditorium
June 5, 2011 – 3:00pm

The Little Engine That CouldThe 5th annual KIDS FIRST! Film Festival returns on Sundays, June 5, 12 and 26. Films are free of gratuitous violence; race, gender or religious bias; and condescension towards children.

The Little Engine That Could
animated feature for ages 4–9, 82 min.

When Little Engine must leave Dreamland to deliver toys into the real world, she sets her fears aside and learns that with a little determination and courage, anything is possible. Features an all-star cast, including Whoopi Goldberg, Jamie Lee Curtis, Alyson Stoner, Corbin Bleu and Brenda Song.

FOR MORE INFORMATION

For more information call 956-9883 or visit www.outreach.hawaii.edu/summer

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Kids First Film Festival - Shorts from Here and There

UH Mānoa Art Auditorium
June 12, 2011 – 3:00pm

Shorts from Here and ThereShorts from Here and There
Ages 6–12, 97min.

11 amusing and entertaining shorts, animated and live action, from the U.S., Israel, Canada, Mexico, and Brazil.

FOR MORE INFORMATION

For more information call 956-9883 or visit www.outreach.hawaii.edu/summer

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Kids First Film Festival - Home is a Journey

UH Mānoa Art Auditorium
June 26, 2011 – 3:00pm

White LionWhite Lion
Ages 8+, 88 min.

Winner of three South African Film and Television Awards. The adventurous journey of a rare white lion cub who rises above many challenges to become one of the most powerful and revered lions in all of Africa. Features lions trained by Kevin Richardson, star of the National Geographic series, The Lion Ranger.

Gloriously shot in Africa, some scenes of animals hunting may be challenging for sensitive viewers.

FOR MORE INFORMATION

For more information call 956-9883 or visit www.outreach.hawaii.edu/summer

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