‘NU The Movie’ opens at Kilauea Theater

If you missed your chance to see “NU The Movie,” it’s back and after a very successful premiere event at the Waimea Theater on May 6, Nalu Underground magazine announces Kaua‘i’s North Shore premiere of the surf flick, Saturday, May 27 at the Kilauea Theater (2490 Keneke St). There is a $12 charge for admission.

This event-filled evening will provide entertainment for all, beginning at 6 p.m. with a barbecue to benefit the Cavalry Chapel in Kilauea.

The action continues with live music from a surprise guest band and then it’s the North Shore premiere of “NU The Movie.”

Prizes will be furnished from DejaVu surf shop.

“NU The Movie,” brought to viewers from Nalu Underground surf magazine, in partnership with Quiksilver, A-Frames Productions, and DejaVu surf shop, sets a new standard for surf videos throughout the world.

The movie features the best new surfers from the amateur movement, and the fresh faces of the future of surfing. This film takes you on a visual journey throughout the South Pacific, the islands of Hawai‘i, and Australia to highlight the diversity and splendor of the sport of surfing in these unbelievable locations.

With a great soundtrack featuring Kaua‘i’s own Kai Roots, the flick delivers enough raw footage to feed your surfing appetite.

It’s directed by Ross Haines, a University of Hawai‘i alumnus and produced by Curt Smith from the Westside of Kaua‘i.

“(The movie is) a special blend of all the right ingredients,” Haines said.

The focus of this movie is to spotlight amateur surfers, such as 13-year-old Carissa Moore upping the stakes of women surfers everywhere with her great style and unbelievable charm, and Ola Elogram’s mind- blowing airs and Hawaiian-style smile.

While focusing on the future faces of surfing, in the most epic surf locations all over the world, NU also features some of the industry’s biggest names dropping in on some of the world’s most beautiful waves.

For a live preview of the movie and further information about “NU The Movie,” visit www.naluunderground.com and www.aframesproductions.com.


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