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Filmmaker Bright's 'Tsuru' set in wartime California

By Wayne Harada

POSTED: 01:30 a.m. HST, Jun 29, 2014

~~<p><strong>C</strong><strong>hristopher K.T. Bright</strong>, grandson of director <strong>Ronald Bright</strong> and his wife, <strong>Mo</strong>, is an emerging filmmaker in the artistic ohana till now known primarily for stage, music and academic achievements.</p>
<p>Christopher is the Brights' eldest grandchild and the son of Royal Hawaiian Band Director <strong>Clarke Bright</strong> and Kamehameha Schools music teacher <strong>Lynell Bright</strong>. Home this summer after graduating with honors from Chapman University in Orange County, Calif., he's touting an evocative 20-minute black-and-white historical drama, &quot;Tsuru,&quot; which was part of his Dodge Film School honors requirement. The Brights attended Christopher's graduation to-do that included a Disneyland reunion with the graduate's uncle (and actor) <strong>Michael Bright</strong>, plus family showbiz pals <strong>Cliffton Hall</strong> and <strong>Robert Orosco</strong>, before going on a cruise to Alaska.</p>
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Christopher K.T. Bright, grandson of director Ronald Bright and his wife, Mo, is an emerging filmmaker in the artistic ohana till now known primarily for stage, music and academic achievements.

Christopher is the Brights' eldest grandchild and the son of Royal Hawaiian Band Director Clarke Bright and Kamehameha Schools music teacher Lynell Bright. Home this summer after graduating with honors from Chapman University in Orange County, Calif., he's touting an evocative 20-minute black-and-white historical drama, "Tsuru," which was part of his Dodge Film School honors requirement. The Brights attended Christopher's graduation to-do that included a Disneyland reunion with the graduate's uncle (and actor) Michael Bright, plus family showbiz pals Cliffton Hall and Robert Orosco, before going on a cruise to Alaska. Login for more...



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