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Rainbow Film Festival Starts Tuesday, June 10th

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We are one week away from the festival!! But there is no need to scramble at the last minute. We are here to help you prepare!


Here are 3 things you can do to make the most of your #HRFF25 experience:


1. “LIKE” our Facebook Page! 

Get all the news and updates! Check out our Waikiki staycation contest going on thru Friday, 6/6!


2. PURCHASE Festival Passes! 

It’s a sweet deal for adults and students that includes EXCLUSIVE ACCESS to the RED CARPET EVENT and entrance into all of our films.
25 feature films in celebration of our 25th Anniversary! 


3. SUIT UP at the Red Carpet Event wearing your passes! Mingle with actors and filmmakers while enjoying

heavy pupus + hosted bar!


Now you know what to do! GET TO IT!




HRFF25 Films Showing at 2 Locations

Films will be at 2 different locations this year.

Doris Duke Theatre, Honolulu Museum of Art

900 South Beretania Street
Honolulu, Hawaii 96814
map here

Films at Doris Duke Theatre click here


The LGBT Center: A Project of

the Hawai’i Legacy Foundation

310 Paoakalani Ave., Suite 206­E

Honolulu, Hawaii 96815
map here

Films at The LGBT Center click here




25th Anniversary HRFF T-Shirts

This year we will be selling our special and limited edition
25th Anniversary t-shirt at the Honolulu Rainbow Film Festival.
Pick one up for yourself (in person only)
The Honolulu Rainbow Film Festival, June 10-15
at Doris Duke Theatre




Calling All Volunteers!

Join our HRFF Family by becoming a volunteer for this year’s film festival!
Click here for more info.

Doris Duke Theatre shift sign-up click here

HRFF events and receptions sign-up click here




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