All films are to be screened at Palace Theater in Hilo. PA’AHANA Kekoa is a man who wants the best for his daughter, though he cannot achieve what he wants. DIRECTOR: Lana Dang THE WINTER BOY DIRECTOR: Rachel House After a troubled relationship, a son finds a reason to let his mother in again. – FAMILY OF THE WA’A This is the story of a journey, both of a canoe and the men and women who paddled it 1,750 miles across the Hawaiian archipelago.
LINA ‘LA’ LUSONG Unshaken by centuries of colonial conquest and the changing tides of occupation, the lusong has endured to heal and feed the people of the land, and to impart a sacred lesson of survival.
But when she decides to try out working-for-housing at a local theater, she begins a path of unexpected self-discovery.
"Hands On History" provides visitors and with the opportunity to learn, experience and practice activities important to the daily lives of Kona's Japanese [...]"Eclectic Diversity" Showcases Masterful Artistic Talent and Disciplines.Just visiting the islands and want to immerse yourself in the culture?Or, are you new to the islands and unsure of how to pronounce street and place names?In the end, Kimokeo and his fellow wa’a paddlers realize they are each on their own path to Kure. – ALOHA BUDDHA MINKA MINKA – In 1967, an American journalist and a Japanese architect rescued an ancient farmhouse found in the snow country of Japan, and their lives were forever changed.MINKA is an intimate story about architecture, memory and the meaning of home.
– 15 minutes after the last show has begun Ticket Prices: $7 General Admission $6 Student, Military and Seniors (55 ) $5 Palace ‘Stars’ and HIFF Ohana Members $35 Three-day-pass Purchase tickets: Online: org FRIDAY, OCT. – MY KOALOHA STORY Made in Hawaii “talk story” style documentary-music film about a family owned ukulele business and their special brand of old-school Aloha.