One Winter Story (w/ Ocean Monk) and (w/ Kapolioka’ehukai)
Sunday Jul 10 04:00 PM
Sunday Jul 10 07:30 PM
Thursday Jul 14 07:30 PM
Saturday Jul 30 01:00 PM
Saturday Jul 30 04:00 PM
Doris Duke Theatre
Museum members: $8.00
General Admission: $10.00
Student/Senior 60+/Military: $9.00
About the Film:
One Winter Story
Directors: Sally Lundburg and Elizabeth Pepin
USA, 2006, 55 mins.
This film looks at big-wave pioneer and scientist Sarah Gerhardt’s dramatic journey from poverty and despair to a 1990s surf star. Gerhardt was the first woman to slice across the monster wave known as Maverick’s in Northern California. One Winter Story traces Sarah’s determination to its roots in a montage of film, voice, memory, and emotion.
*Elizabeth Pepin Silva, who is the director of One Winter Story will be introducing her film on July 10 & July 14 at 7:30pm.
July 10 at 4 + 7:30; July 14 at 7:30pm; July 30 at 1 + 4pm (w/Kapolioka’ehukai only)
Ocean Monk (short)
Director: Sanjay Rawal
USA 2010, 20 mins.
Ocean Monk chronicles a group of monks who make their home in New York City. Students of the late Indian teacher Sri Chinmoy, who lived in Queens for more than 40 years, discover the beauty and power of the nearby surfing beaches and incorporate their love for the ocean into their search for enlightenment. Along the way they share their philosophy and outlook with notable surfers such as Kelly Slater, Jack Johnson and Titus Kinimaka.
July 10 at 4 + 7:30pm; July 14 at 7:30pm
Director: Stuart Bjornlie
USA, 2010, 4 mins.
Surfer Crystal Thornburg restored Rell Sunn’s neglected outrigger canoe to celebrate and honor generations of inspiring waterwomen. The canoe represents Crystal’s connection to Rell and the values she has passed down, which inspired her and her two friends to set out and paddle part of the coast of Hawai’i in celebration of Rell’s spirit.