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Honolulu African American Film Festival

~ February 6th to March 3rd

5th Annual Honolulu African American Film Festival at the Honolulu Museum of Art. The festival runs from February 6th to March 3rd. This 28 day film festival uses the beautiful state of the art Doris Duke Theatre for all screenings.

Opening night is a special tribute to Nat King Cole and Natalie Cole complete with food, beverages, entertainment and the screening of the remarkable documentary about his life, "Nat King Cole: Afraid of the Dark." It's an event you don't want to miss.

For opening night tickets go to:

For your convenience we have a new process for purchasing tickets and downloading the calendar of events and brochure catalog of films and description. At home or on the go your tickets, events calendar and brochure are just a few clicks away.

For Tickets go to:

Instructions: 1. After clicking the link 2. Click Buy tickets 3. Click desired film 4. Select event date from drop down menu 5.Click purchase


If with questions please call me, or the Doris Duke Theater Box Office directly at 808-532-6097 (12:30-2:30 pm and 7:00-9:00pm Tuesday through




OPENING NIGHT RECEPTION @ 6:00pm -7:30 pm.

Come dressed for the swing era, and enjoy good music, good wine, good food and good company in celebration of legendary jazaa musician Nat King Cole: Afraid of the dark. This candid and revelatory account of the life of legendary singer Nat King Cole is taken from his private journals, as well exclusive interviews with family members, contemporaries and friends, such as Tony Bennett, BUddy Greco, Harry Belafonte, Nancy Wilson, Sir Bruce Forsythe, George Benson, Aaron Neville, and Johny Mathis. At a time when American groaned under the weight of segregation, and against the tumultuous backdrop of the civil rights movement. Cole became a beacon of hope to the legions of the oppressed. With unparalleled access, Jon Brewer explores how Cole reconciled stardom and sytemic racism, emerging as an enduring cultural and musical icon. During his extensive research for the film, Brewer discovered two previousl unreleased tracks sung by Cole-Magic Window and What to Do. you can hear them in the film.

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