The Waimea Film Festival is a one-day, all-day celebration of productions, including local releases, at the Historic Waimea Theatre, part of the Waimea Town Celebration, today.
The cost is $10 for each movie, or $30 for the all-day pass for all six films.
Trailers can be found at waimeatheater.com, and tickets are available at the box office or by calling 651-5744.
The lineup follows:
• “Kipuka,” 9:15 a.m., shows for free, and is an anti-bullying piece from the T-Shirt Theatre at Farrington High School on Oahu;
• “Maui’s Hook,” 10:30 a.m., about the astronomical suicide rate in New Zealand, especially among Maori men;
• “Moananuiakea: One Ocean, One People, One Canoe,” 12:15 p.m., about the Hokulea around-the-world voyage;
• “My Hero’s Shadow,” 3 p.m., regarding the infamous attack on ice skater Nancy Kerrigan as told by the perpetrator, Shane Stant;
• “August at Akiko’s,” 4:45 p.m., about one man’s voyage of discovery while in Hawaii searching for his missing grandmother;
• “Stoke,” 6:30 p.m., about a mainland visitor’s yearning to see Kilauea Volcano’s eruption up close and personal.
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