Sea Keiki Fun Zone presented by Conservation Council for Hawai‘i
Sunday Jun 08 09:30 AM
Doris Duke Theatre
General Admission: $3.00
Children (12 & under): $1.00
About the Film:
Part of World Oceans Day Hawai‘i 2014.
At the Sea Keiki Fun Zone, kids aged 7 to 11 can learn about the oceans and how they can help save our seas through interactive ocean-related games, films and more fun activities. $3 adults | $1 children.
Light morning snacks and drinks kindly provided by Whole Foods Market.
Ain't No Fish
Directed by Miki Cash & Tom Gasek. 2013. United Kingdom. 4 mins.
This stop-motion animated film about protecting oceans features singing seals in the Arctic, with music by Hoagy Carmichael.
Directed by Gaby Bastyra. 2011. United Kingdom. 4 mins.
This dark fairytale follows the meteoric rise of plastic from its inception in Leo’s gloomy laboratory 100 years ago. Told like a Brother’s Grimm fable, Gloop offers a poignant and lasting message about the price we pay for the convenience of plastic.
Mole At Sea
Directed by Anna Kadykova. 2014. Russia. 5 mins.
A lone mole mourns a pristine beach affected by human activity.
Directed by Pärtel Tall. 2013. Estonia. 15 mins.
Sand on the beach is as natural as air, sun, life, love. Can we value these things before they are gone forever? When the sand and Sandguy have left and the Stoneguy opens his eyes, does he stay or leave too?
Directed by Elke Specker. 2014. United States. 5 mins.
Narrated by Bryce, a 13-year old boy, who cares about our oceans and wildlife, Shadow Reef is a documentary short film about the beauty of our oceans and marine ecosystems in peril. As Bryce says, “The ocean matters to me, and it should matter to you too."
Shark and the Can
Directed by Yoram Benz. 2012. United States. 4 mins.
A lonely shark finds a can of shark fin soup and an unconventional use for it.
Directed by Daniele Iop. 2013. Italy. 15 mins.
Journey through three oceans, as you ride along the great currents, covering 500 years and thousands of miles.
Directed by Nathan Kaso. 2012. Australia. 4 mins.
A day in the life of the city of Sydney with one small twist.
Directed by Tess Martin. 2012. United States. 4 mins.
A fisherman experiences a moment of connection with a female humpback whale in the waters off of San Francisco. Is this an example of inter-species communication or a mysterious fluke? This true story is retold in paint on a 16-foot-high wall with the help of the passing public in Seattle's Cal Anderson Park.
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