HIKI NŌ FESTIVAL 2014





The public is invited to view outstanding student-produced video stories on the big screen at PBS Hawaii’s first-ever HIKI NŌ Festival. The featured stories, produced last school year, have aired on PBS Hawaii’s student news program, HIKI NŌ, and are nominated in this year’s HIKI NŌ Awards. The complete list of nominated schools and stories begins here.

Consolidated Theatres - Pearlridge West will screen the nominated stories from Friday, August 29 through Thursday, September 4 for $6.50 per ticket. A portion of these proceeds will go toward supporting the HIKI NŌ learning initiative in Hawaii’s classrooms.

The HIKI NŌ Festival screening events are free of charge and will be at these locations:



 

MAUI


KAUAI


Consolidated Theatres - Kaahumanu


Waimea Theater


Monday, August 25 at 6:00 pm


Tuesday, August 26 at 6:00 pm





 

HAWAII ISLAND


OAHU


Hilo: Waiakea High School


Consolidated Theatres - Ward


Waimea: Hawaii Preparatory Academy- Gates Performing Arts Center


Wednesday, August 27 at 6:00 pm


Thursday, August 28 at 6:00 pm


Consolidated Theatres - Pearlridge


  

Saturday, August 30 at 6:00 pm


The winners of the HIKI NŌ Awards will be announced via live stream on Wednesday, September 17 at 3:00 pm at PBSHawaii.org. Leslie Wilcox, President and CEO of PBS Hawaii, will present the winners with Donna Tanoue, President of Bank of Hawaii Foundation, HIKI NŌ's founding broadcast underwriter. A panel of veteran local news professionals will determine the winners.



2014 HIKI NŌ Awards Nominees

BEST NEWS WRITING — HIGH SCHOOL
Nick Acosta” - Damien Memorial School
Four Sisters Bakery” - H.P. Baldwin High School
The Queen’s Words” - Kamehameha Schools Kapalama
Relay for Life” - Kapolei High School
Heads Up” - Waianae High School

BEST PERSONAL PROFILE — HIGH SCHOOL
Jazz Sax Player” - Campbell High School
Aspiring Filmmaker” - Iolani School
Kimberly Yap” - Lahainaluna High School
Street Performer” - Mid-Pacific Institute
Dance Away the Pain” - Waiakea High School

BEST OVERALL NEWS STORY — HIGH SCHOOL
Albatross” - Island School
USS Missouri Exhibit” - Kapolei High School
Sandy Hook Mural” - Konawaena High School
Same Sex Weddings” - Maui High School
What’s the Catch‌” - Waianae High School
Victoria Cuba” - Waipahu High School

BEST NEWS WRITING — MIDDLE SCHOOL
Transitioning to Middle School” - Aliamanu Middle School
Friendship House” - Chiefess Kamakahelei Middle School
Bullied Teacher” - Waianae Intermediate
Waipahu Smokestack” - Waipahu Intermediate

BEST PERSONAL PROFILE — MIDDLE SCHOOL
Alan Nagao” - Kainalu Elementary School
Substitute Teacher” - Kamehameha Schools Maui Middle
Crossing Guard” - Lahaina Intermediate
21st Century Cowgirl” - Seabury Hall Middle

BEST OVERALL NEWS STORY — MIDDLE SCHOOL
Kapaa Gridlock” - Chiefess Kamakahelei Middle School
Tails of Aloha” - Kainalu Elementary
Trans-Global Voyage” - KaWaihona o ka Naauao
Sea Turtles in Peril” - Seabury Hall Middle
Raquel’s World” - Waianae Intermediate

BEST HOME-BASE SCHOOL — HIGH SCHOOL
Hawaii Preparatory Academy
H.P. Baldwin High School
Kapaa High School
Lanai High and Elementary School
Nanakuli High and Intermediate School

BEST HOME-BASE SCHOOL — MIDDLE SCHOOL
Aliamanu Middle School
Chiefess Kamakahelei Middle School
Seabury Hall Middle School
Waianae Intermediate School

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HIKI NŌ: The Nation's First Statewide Student News Network, please contact Sue at syim@pbshawaii.org

 

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