Making Media That Matters | Filmmaking for social justice
1050 Queen Street, #100, Honolulu, Hawaii 96814 Get Directions
(800)-460-6488

Making Media That Matters | Filmmaking for social justice

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Program Information
Program Phone: 
(800)-460-6488
Program Description: 

Making Media That Matters is a program for girls in which participants develop film and critical-thinking skills by examining issues in their communities. The program provides a platform for girls to tell their stories and be agents of social change through film. Making Media That Matters is filmmaking for civic engagement and social justice.

Program Email: 
Program Physical Address: 
1050 Queen Street, #100
Honolulu, HI 96814
Program Postal Address: 
Program Type: 
Private Non-Profit
Program Hours: 
Thursday, 4-7PM, from August 23 to November 15
Fees: 
$100 (scholarships available)
Languages: 
English
Program Transportation: 
Program is city bus convenient.
Eligibility: 
Girls (cis, trans, non-conforming youth)
Age Group
Target Population
Organization Information
Organization: 
Hawai'i Women in Filmmaking
Organization Phone: 
800-460-6488
Service Location
Programs Available
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