You cannot get HIV ladatt!

WINNER
2008 INTERNATIONAL MARCOM PLATINUM AWARD
2008 AEGIS FINALIST AWARD

2008 38TH ANNUAL CREATIVITY AWARDS
Over 7,800 entries, 44 countries and 45 U.S. states
Starring
Augie T and Kutmaster Spaz


Created by HSTV for Hawaii Youth Services Network
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)
Target Audience: High School Students
Distribution:  Statewide DVD/TV
To be accompanied by written curriculum

NOTE: THESE PRODUCTIONS CONTAIN SEXUALLY ORIENTED DIALOGUE ON HIV/STD PREVENTION


INTRO / DA TATTOO
(Episode 1 of 5)
Promoting the use of clean needles and ink.
(Running time: 3 minutes)

 

 
CHOKING IN THE BOYS ROOM

(Episode 2 of 5)
Dispelling the myth that one can get HIV/AIDS by sitting on a public toilet seat.
(Running time: 3 minutes)

 

HOT OR NOT
(Episode 3 of 5)
A HIV conversation between two girlfriends before a hot date
.
(Running time: 3 minutes)

 

 

KUMU
(Episode 4 of 5)
Dispelling the myth that one can get HIV by kissing a gay person.
(Running time: 3 minutes)

 

 

MOKIE'S WAGON / RECAP
 
(Episode 5 of 5)
Promoting free condoms at the Life Foundation and Planned Parenthood -Hawaii.
(Running time: 3 minutes)

 

 

On the Set


 
“When our youth see HIV videos produced on the mainland, no one looks like them, no one talks like them, and they just tune out. Now they can learn what they need to stay safe, with characters and settings that are real to them.  Working with HSTV on this video was a great experience, and the young people who were part of the cast and crew did an awesome job!”

 

Judith Clark

Executive Director

Hawaii Youth Services Network
 


"Excellent video!  The young people involved deserve a lot of credit for a job well done.  We are always honored to collaborate with HYSN to keep the next generations safe and healthy."


Paul Groesbeck
Executive Director
Life Foundation

 

"I gave a copy of the HIV video to our Prosecutor's Office - and they all liked it (even sharing with their own families) they are going to share the video with our Hawaii Island Aids Foundation - Great job!"


Pauline Pavao
Administrator
The Salvation Army - FAMILY INTERVENTION SERVICES

 

"I am a Women's and Youth outreach prevention specialist at the HIV/AIDS Foundation located on the big island of Hawaii. Both my Co- worker and I view this video and found it to very informative and would create a positive impact among our youth to make smart and healthy choices.  It is a message that will be well recived by our young individuals."


Bernadette K. Haleamau
Women's and Youth Outreach prevention Specialist
HIV/AIDS foundation

 
 

Hawaii Youth Services Network


HIV Research and development Coordination:
 
 Hawaii Youth Services Network -
 Judith F. Clark, Executive Director
 Darlene Du Brall Tudela, Program Coordinator
 
Advisors:
Healthy Youth Hawaii members
Carla White, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)
Barbara Huberman and Tom Klaus, Advocates for Youth
HIV Review Panel, Hawaii State Department of Health
Loretta Sweet Jemmott, Ph.D.
John B. Jemmott III, Ph.D.
Konstance A. McCaffree, Ph.D.
Life Foundation

Script Writers:  Rhonda Hayashi and Ailana Molina

Created by HSTV for Hawaii Youth Services Network

 

Hawaii Student Television (HSTV)

Augie Tulba
Kutmaster Spaz
Hinaleimoana Wong
Maria Canapino
Sean Jones
Valerie Halili
Aaron Komo
Uilisone Tua
Daren S. Kimura
Kuiokalani Lee Gapero
M.J. Gonzalvo
Xena Stamm

Chelsea Medrano
Ashley April Medrano
Stephanie Medrano
Peter J. Goudek
Adrian Favela
Therese T. Gonder
Kameron Segobia

 

Darcy Segobia
Judith F. Clark

Keoki Donner
Kekoa Donner
Shayne GIese
Nicholas Giese
Brandi Giese
Jeric Torres

Hula: Halau of Hope Chapel West Oahu
Skin Deep Tattoo - Michael Brown
Residence - Judith Clark 
Key Project - John Reppun
Residence - Ben and Naomi Giese
Waikele Elementary School
Mentor: Ben Giese
Associate Producer: Naomi Giese

Executive Producer - Robert Olague
 

 

Funding was made possible in part by Hawaii Youth Services Network and by cooperative agreement #5U58DP925000 from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and by grants from the Atherton Family Foundation and the Alexander and Baldwin Foundation.  


Special Mahalo to
Hawaii Youth Services Network, CDC, Ben and Naomi Giese
for helping to inspire and educate Hawaii's students.

Hawaii's students and mentors have gained national and international recognition by this video winning the 2008 38TH ANNUAL CREATIVITY AWARDS.

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2008 AMERICAN ADVERTISING FEDERATION PELE AWARD COMPETITION - BEST STUDENT TELEVISION COMMERCIAL
2008 AND 2007 NATIONAL STUDENT TELEVISION AWARDS FOR EXCELLENCE
2008 INTERNATIONAL MARCOM PLATINUM AWARD
2008 38TH ANNUAL INTERNATIONAL CREATIVITY AWARDS

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2008 38TH ANNUAL CREATIVITY AWARDS
2008 NATIONAL STUDENT TELEVISION AWARDS FOR EXCELLENCE

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