Filmmakers in attendance. Film program will be followed by Q&A
An exploration of Oceanic indigeneity and relationality through practices of ancestral listening.
A Native Hawaiian taro farming family is drawn into a logistically and emotionally complex quest to preserve their ancestral land.
12-year-old Nua makes peace with the land she lives on when she learns the sugar plantation she calls home will be closed forever.
Upon her arrival from the mainland to her birthplace, a half Hawaiian young woman is frowned upon by her family for not being Hawaiian enough.
In 1930s Hawaii, five local boys accused of raping a young white woman are freed after the jury deadlocks and a mistrial is declared. The friends attempt to return to life as normal, but they face a new threat: violence at the hands of prejudiced vigilantes.
An artistic look at one of the South Pacific Islands’ age old traditional practices of creating tapa cloth, through culture and fashion.
An aging Hawaiian War Veteran grapples with the nightmares of his past and fear of being forgotten.