This special screening & panel discussion is FREE to the public.
ʻUluʻulu preserves our moving image history to honor the past, and ensure its availability for future generations. This year we honor those who courageously documented the early days of the Native Hawaiian movement while recognizing how these images are being used today. We will screen a segment of the newly re-mastered documentary Mo‘olelo o ka ‘Aina (1984), produced by KITV followed by raw archival footage from the Protect Kaho‘olawe Ohana collection also newly re-mastered and digitized.
There will be a panel discussion to follow the screening featuring panelists: Heather Giugni, Panel Moderator, Kevin Coates, filmmaker, Stephen Morse, filmmaker, Joan Lander, filmmaker, Matt Yamashita, filmmaker, Janel Quirante, Head Archivist ‘Ulu‘ulu.