Sustainable by Design
 + People and the Sea Short Film Showcase

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Film:

Sustainable by Design
 + People and the Sea Short Film Showcase

Showtimes:

Sunday Jun 08 12:00 PM

Location:

Doris Duke Theatre

Price:

Museum members: $8.00
General Admission: $10.00


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About the Film:

Part of World Oceans Day Hawai‘i 2014.

Sustainable by Design: Volcom Pipe Pro 2013 + 2014
Directed by Nathan Peracciny. 2013. United States. 48 mins (2 films).
The Volcom Pipe Pro offers more than great surfing—in this behind-the-scenes look, Nathan Peracciny explores the workings underneath the building of a more sustainable surf event and meet the players that made the Volcom Pipe Pro the second ever Deep Blue Surfing Event™.

Watch the trailer.

Presented by Volcom

Screening is followed by a panel discussion with:
Derek Sabori, Senior Director of Sustainability, Volcom
Kahi Pacarro, Executive Director, Sustainable Coastlines Hawaii
Jim DiCarlo, Founder, Each One Teach One Farms / The Bokashi Bucket / Throw to Grow
Jen Homcy, Foundwood Founder, Founding Partner, TR3EES Sustainability Strategies
Maureen Purington, Clubhouse Director, Boys & Girls Club of Hawaii–Windward
Dave Wassel, Volcom Pro Surfer, Hawaii Ambassador
Jason Shibata, Volcom Team Manager, Hawaii Ambassador
Tai Van Dyke, Volcom Pro Surfer, Hawaii Ambassador

—with—

People and the Sea: A short film showcase
These short films highlight humans’ relationship with the ocean around the world.
Presented by Greenroom Hawaii

Duct Tape Surfing
Directed by Mark Tipple, 2013. Australia. 5 mins.
Eighteen years ago, a lapse in concentration crushed Pascale’s dreams of surfing. With the help of a family friend and a roll of duct tape, she can now call herself a surfer.

In Harmony With Whales
Directed by Erick Higuera. 2013. Mexico. 6 mins.
Erick Higuera captures the interaction between people on whale watching tours in Baja California and Revillagigedo Archipelago, then moves underwater to film the gray whales’ graceful underwater dance. He hopes to inspire you to care and respect whales and the ocean.

Malama Maunalua
Directed by Erick Higuera. 2013. Mexico. 6 mins.
This is the story of a nonprofit organization formed in 2006 to unite the community with the common goal of restoring and protecting Maunalua Bay. Malama Maunalua hopes to set the model for other communities to learn from and encourage everyone to get involved, learn more, and strive to help not only Maunalua, but all oceans. 

Mantas Last Dance
Directed by Shawn Heinrichs. 2013. United States. 4 mins.
The time of the manta rays is over, lost to greed and exploitation by humans. Hannah is a wanderer, a sea gypsy, a manta ray reincarnate as person, lost to the world. Alone and searching for a time long past, she gives herself up to the sea, slowly walking into the waves and drifting into the dark abyss. A dance begins with Hannah and the mantas emulating each others movements, a dance they have done a thousand times before. We must act now to protect manta rays or they will be lost forever.

Stronger Together: The Waterman's Way
Directed by Paul Chetirkin & Travis Schlafmann . 2013. United States. 11 mins.
The cultural Samoans’ historical connection to the ocean was the platform upon which the Blue Journey-American Samoa project sought to support the safety and health of these communities and their ocean. The immediate goal of the project was to teach and inspire the local schools, businesses and communities to take a more active role in protecting their own health and safety as well as the health and safety of the aquatic environment around them.

The Sunnydale Kids
Directed by Adam Warmington | Micro Documentaries. 2013. United States. 4 mins.
One day last year, Ian Glover, owner of Big Dog Surf Camp was chatting with Tim Gras of Gras Surfboards. Tim works as a community organizer in San Francisco’s largest housing project. A simple idea was hatched. Ian has the resources and manpower to take kids surfing in Marin, Tim has access to kids who could use a fun day at the beach, some of whom may have never seen the ocean despite living a couple of miles from it. 

Twenty-Eight Feet: Life On A Small Boat
Directed by Kevin A Fraser. 2013. Canada. 9 mins.
David Welsford has given up the luxuries of land in search of happiness and adventure on a 50-year-old wooden boat he restored from a scrap heap.

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