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FIFO TAHITI 2022

Feb. 5-13  

Our first film festival of 2022 is in the South Pacific! Mauruuru to our Tahitian ʻohana for including Hawaiian Soul in the FIFO Short Fictions Program, both online and screening in-person on opening night. Tickets available here.

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HAWAIIAN SOUL WINS TOP HONORS

BEST LIVE ACTION SHORT

imagineNATIVE

OCEAN BOTTLE FILM AWARD

Climate Crisis Film Festival

Hawaiian Soul closes out 2021 with two astounding awards  in world class competitions.  We are thankful for the film's recognition, but even more grateful that George's story is being appreciated by audiences all across the planet.  Mahalo to imagineNative and CCFF for these prestigious awards.

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COMMUNITY SCREENINGS

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We are working with community organizers to help us bring the Hawaiian Soul short-film to a neighborhood near you.

 

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Mahalo to all of our supporters!

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Against the backdrop of the 1970s native rights movement, George Helm, a young Hawaiian activist and musician must gain the support of kūpuna (community elders) from the island of Maui to aid in the fight of protecting the precious neighboring island of Kahoʻolawe from military bombing.

This narrative short-film is based on the true story of Hawaiian hero, George Jarrett Helm Jr.  It is a tribute to the legacy of a leader and artist that used his voice to inspire a revolution of consciousness. 

 

We hope to honor his message and music.

 

ALOHA ʻĀINA 

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