CAFF 2018 Program #2
Saturday May 19 01:00 PM
Doris Duke Theatre
Museum members: $10.00
General Admission: $12.00
About the Film:
Part of the Cultural Animation Film Festival 2018
The Saturday afternoon program brings together short animated films from Chamoru, Coast Salish, Hawaiian, and Jamaican cultures.
Total runtime: 106 min.
Chicken in the Corn
Created by Luciano Blotta and Twiddle Productions Inc. 2014. Jamaican. 3 min.
Brushys' friend poncho has decided to take a brief vacation to San Francisco in order to escape the rough Jamaican street life. Chicken in the Corn is the official animated music video by Jamaican artist Brushy One String.
Directed by Christopher Caravalho. 2014. 2 min.
Mana Comics is a self-published independent comic book company that celebrates ethnic diversity, showcases heroes from Hawaii, and was founded in 2014 by creator Christopher Caravalho.
Tales of the First People: a Raven’s Tale Movie
Created by Caleb Hystad and Chris Kientz. 2014. Coast Salish. 98 min. Hawai‘i premiere.
In a time when Native American legends were a part of daily life, the 10 year celebration of the first people's release from the giant clamshell is in jeopardy as a storm destroys the village, the animals revolt and the chief falls under a dark spell.
Fo'na and Pontan
Directed by Brandon L. Cruz. 2016. Chamoru. 3 min. Hawai‘i premiere.
A creation story from Guam.