Honolulu Museum of Art » Surf Film Festival 2013

6th Annual Honolulu Surf Film Festival

July 6-August 1
Experience the best in new and classic surf films from the four corners of the earth at this celebration of surfing’s heritage and its ever-expanding horizons. See the festival trailer created by KITV.

See video of the July 6 opening night reception, courtesy of Kyle Metcalf/KJK Production
The evening featured Mano Kane, food from Da Spot, and KITV’s Moanike‘ala Nabarro as emcee.

Closing night reception: July 28, 6-7:30pm
Enjoy a live performance by Mano Kane, plus food from Da Spot, beer and wine for purchase. Vintage classic Gun Ho screens at 7:30pm. $15, $12 museum members, purchase online.

Festival flash pass: Includes 10 screenings, excluding the opening and closing night receptions. $90, $72 museum members, purchase online.

This one sounds especially interesting:

Directed by Justin LePera. USA, 2012, 85 mins.

Five world-class surfers travel to remote Papua New Guinea in search of undiscovered waves and end up finding more than they bargained for. Their adventure takes a turn for the tense as they encounter cannibals, discover human rights atrocities and expose an unethical mining corporation. Already being lauded as Endless Summer meets The Cove, this visually stunning film brings to light one of the least documented places on earth.

Official Selection: Santa Barbara International Film Festival; Byron Bay International Film Festival; San Diego Surf Film Festival; Newport Beach Film Festival; Maui Film Festival.

Special guest: Producer Geoff Clark will introduce their film on July 19 at 7:30pm. Director Justin LePera is unable to attend the screening as previously advertised.

View the trailer.

—screens with—

Water Warriors
Directed by Anna Jerstrom. USA, 2012, 6 mins.

In their hunt for the next wave, these girls charge the break like Amazons going to battle.

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