(HawaiiNewsNow) - The 33rd annual Hawaii International Film Festival -- which runs through Oct. 20 on Oahu and from Oct. 24 through 27 on the Big Island and Kauai -- features more than 200 films from nearly 45 different countries. One of those films, "Lion Ark," follows one of the world's most ambitious and daring animal rescues following a ban on animal circuses in Bolivia. On this edition of "Billy V," Billy interviews the minds behind the film Tim Phillips, vice president and director, and Jan Creamer, producer, to get an inside scoop on the movie which premieres in Hawaii Oct. 12.
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