Big Wata (The Ocean)
Sunday Jul 22 07:00 PM
Tuesday Jul 24 01:00 PM
Tuesday Jul 31 07:30 PM
Doris Duke Theatre
Museum members: $10.00
General Admission: $12.00
About the Film:
Part of Honolulu Surf Film Festival 2018.
Directed by Gugi Van Der Velden. 2018. Sierra Leone. 80 min. With English subtitles.
Big Wata (The Ocean) is a documentary about the first and only surf club in Sierra Leone. During the Ebola outbreak, the younger members of a West African fishing community discover surfing as their identity and purpose in life. Wanting to break free from the restrictions of a traditional community, a suspended surf club member embarks on a journey, only to return with a newfound appreciation for the place he so badly wanted to leave.
Directed by Francisco Canton & Pato Oscar Martinez. 2017. South Africa. 5 min.
Woza ("Come" in Zulu) tells the story of an African surfer who has been taken as a lover by the African water spirit Mami Wata. It features 22 year-old Transkei surfer, Avuyile Ndamase.
- Cat Video Film Festival 2019
- I Am Cuba
- Police Story
- Police Story 2
- Family Film Sunday: The CAFF…
- Ash is Purest White (江湖儿女)
- Pele's Path: The Journey Home
- LEONARDO cinquecento
- PIC Exchange: Leitis in Waiting
- Merata: How Mum Decolonised …
- Anote Tong in Conversation +…
- Wild & Scenic Film Festival 2019
- CAFF 2019 Opening Night: Ani…
- CAFF 2019: Animated Lives
- CAFF 2019: Animated Perspectives
- CAFF 2019 Family Film Sunday…