By : Diane Ako
HONOLULU (KHNL)- Here's a preview of a locally made movie that's about to screen at the Hawaii International Film Festival.
This is director Titus Chong's second movie, "Intruder." It's a look at what happens when a burglar breaks into someone's apartment- but not to steal things. The short film shows on October 22- as part of the "Hawaii Panorama 2" program. The film festival has more than one dozen screening sites on six islands and draws an audience of about 65,000 people.
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