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Drua: The Wave of Fire by
DRUA is about collaboration in double-hulled canoe building among Fiji, Tonga, Samoa, and Kiribati and the demise of this art form when steam ships arrived in the Pacific.
The Land Has Eyes by
Watch "The Land Has Eyes", one first of the first films kind to feature a predominantly Rotuman cast and contain dialogue spoken for the most part in the Rotuman language, with commentary from director Vilsoni Hereniko.
The Orator/O le Tulafale by
The Orator (O le Tulafale) is the story of a man, Saili, who wants only to defend the honour of his beloved wife and be at peace with her.
Reel Wāhine of Hawaiʻi by
Reel Wāhine of Hawaiʻi presents 6 short films about the history and accomplishments of Hawaiʻi women filmmakers. The project showcases pioneering filmmakers as they recount their role, philosophy, challenges and triumphs in building the Hawaiʻi film industry. It features active filmmakers and focuses on the changing world of media and the role women play in expanding Hawaiʻi’s industry in innovative ways.
Set in ancient times in the islands of Hawaiʻi, a forlorn woman living in isolation with her husband meets a child from a nearby village and contemplates whether she should bring her into her mystical world.