Two seaside communities united from Kona, Hawai’i and Akutan, Alaska to exchange culture, sharing traditions and discovering new joys.
Mahalo nui loa – thank you very much to Karen, Diane, Matthew, Lydia, Alana, Josi, Josh and so many more for bringing together Culture to Culture!
Culture to Culture 2023 in Akutan, Alaska at Safe Harbor Church. [ver 3] … See more…Akutan Alaska – Culture to Culture Highlights
Global stories with personal insight from Asia, Africa, the Americas and Pacifica produced with teams from Innovision Studio in Kona, Hawai’i
#minidocumentary #foreignfilm #documentary #hawaii #indigenousfilm #nativefilm #racialreconciliation #fostercare #adoption #childcare #family #childsoldiers #nepal #india #panama #papuanewguinea #rwanda … See more…Stories from afar
See highlights of 7 films I’ve produced and directed with teams of filmmakers here in Kona, Hawaii and abroad. By advocacy, family, health care and cultural arts, our teams’ stories have moved hearts, communities and peoples in profound ways. See that and more in this reel from Going Far Pictures. Aloha!
“To go fast, go alone… To go far, go together.” … See more…Going Far Pictures – Highlight Reel
The eruption of Mauna Loa on the only night I could go. We saw a new fissure open up with pyronimbus clouds and volcanic fumes rising as the lava rolled down the slope. I filmed with mostly telephoto lenses on my #gh6 in 6 hours or so. It looked like I was going to sell the footage when CNN and other networks requested it. But the producers wouldn’t license it fairly — they wanted it for free and “exposure”. So for now it’ll live online for a smaller audience for free. Hope it inspires you! #maunaloa #maunaloaeruption … See more…Mauna Loa Eruption
A YWAM Film about a story of hope, education and an awareness driven film called “Beyond the Island” premiered today for free at the Paradise Cinemas and will be showing also on the 14th and 15th of October.
This heartfelt story in collaboration with NGO, I Care 4 U, is about a woman called Sylvia John who had literally lived a life of hellish experiences but found a way out for the sake of her children.
Sylvia John, from Popondetta escapes secrecy surrounding HIV to say “No” and despite being enslaved, deprived of food and school as a child, she finds a way to overcome the stigma of HIV, and care for her children.
Rising above the rejection and abuse she suffers, she finds strength to voice her story of hope.
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Overcoming shocking sorrows, a mother chooses survival over the shame of HIV–inspiring her family and the people of Papua New Guinea – PNG.
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See the film: http://beyondtheisland.vhx.tv … See more…Beyond The Island official trailer
For love, for family, for freedom.
by John Fusco, starring Jason Scott Lee, Henry Ian Cusick, Lindsay Watson and Johnathon Schaech.
1893. The Hawaiian Kingdom has been overthrown by a Western power just as an outbreak of leprosy engulfs the tropical paradise. The new government orders all Native Hawaiians suspected of having the foreign disease banished permanently to a remote colony on the island of Moloka’i that is known as ‘the island of the living grave’. When a local cowboy named Ko’olau and his young son Kalei contract the dreaded disease, they refuse to allow their family to be separated, sparking an armed clash with brutal white island authorities that will make Ko’olau and his wife, Pi’ilani heroes for the ages.
Based on real-life historical events as told through the memoirs of Pi’ilani herself.
Directed by David L. Cunningham (To End All Wars) and written
by John Fusco (Young Guns, Thunderheart, Spirit: Stallion of the Cimarron, Hidalgo), with dialogue predominantly in the Native
Hawaiian language, The Wind and the Reckoning brings to cinematic life an inspiring story set against a dark
and painful period in Hawai’i’s history.
The Wind and the Reckoning stars Jason Scott Lee (Dragon: The Bruce Lee Story, The Jungle Book),
Lindsay Marie Anuhea Watson (Finding ‘Ohana, One Million Dolla), Henry Ian Cusick (“Lost,” “Scandal”),
Johnathon Schaech (That Thing You Do!, “Ray Donovan”), Kahiau Perreira, Hoku Pavao Jones, Mark
Medeiros (Go for Broke, “Magnum P.I.”) and Ron Yuan (“Sons of Anarchy,” Mulan). The producers are
Dale Johnson (The Lost City of Z, Pawn Sacrifice), Angela Laprete (“Hawaii Five-0,” Hanalei Bay) David L Cunningham and John Fusco. Co-producers
are Wainani Young Tomich (1st A.D. “I Know What You Did Last Summer,” “Magnum P.I.”),
Erika Hoveland (Anchor Baby) and Joel Angyal (Midori in Hawaii, The Heart of Man). Executive producers are
Lorenzo Clonfero, Noah Hamilton (Soul Surfer, The Tiger Rising) Peter M. Lenkov (“Magnum P.I.,”
“Hawaii Five-O”), Mike Frank, Nicolle Nietz, Annette Cama, Angelina Danielle Cama, Georgina Lightning
facebook: @thewindandthereckoning … See more…The Wind & the Reckoning | Official Trailer