Family Film Sunday: Khumba
Sunday Feb 15 11:10 AM
Sunday Feb 15 01:00 PM
Doris Duke Theatre
General Admission: $3.00
Children (12 & under): $1.00
About the Film:
Directed by Anthony Silverston. 2013. South Africa. 85 mins.
In this sweet tale about love and acceptance, a young zebra, rejected by his herd for having only half his stripes, sets out on a mission across the Karoo Desert to find the legendary water hole where the first zebras got their distinctive markings.
The Coralax (short)
Written, filmed and edited by Kaya Goosby, Kawelu Higashino, Troy Lau and Taylor Redman. USA. 2014, 7 mins
Created as part if the Maui Huliau Foundation’s Environmental Filmmaking Club and inspired by Dr. Suess’s The Lorax, this claymation by four Maui middle school students uses 667 images to show how irresponsible shoreline development can impact our precious reef ecosystem. Filmed and edited by Taylor Redman, grade 7, St. Anthony’s School; Kawelu Higashino, grade 7, Montessori School; Kaya Goosby, grade 7, Kalama Intermediate School; Troy Lau, grade 8, Kalama Intermediate School.
Special guest: Meet filmmaker Kaya Goosby at both screenings.
- Dirty Ho (爛頭何)
- Mad Monkey Kung Fu (瘋猴)
- Buddha’s Palm (如來神掌)
- Legendary Weapons of China (十八般武藝)
- Shaolin Temple (少林寺)
- The Boxer’s Omen (魔)
- Black Magic 2 (勾魂降頭)
- Bastard Swordsman (天蠶變)
- Holy Flame of the Martial Wo…
- Martial Arts of Shaolin (南北少林)
- The Eight Diagram Pole Fight…
- Hula Hoʻolauleʻa, Traditiona…
- ʻIolani Luahine, Hawaiian Dancer
- Science Fair
- Eating Animals
- Family Film Sunday: 20th Ann…
- Degas: Passion for Perfection
- I Am Not a Witch