Ocean filmfest returns with more compelling stories
By Cheryl Chee Tsutsumi
Dec. 23, 2012
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COURTESY OUTRIGGER DUKE KAHANAMOKU FOUNDATION A scene from the movie "Duke: Hawaii's Soul," a KGMB documentary.
COURTESY WAIMEA OCEAN FILM FESTIVAL From "The Endless Winter," Californian cool arrives on Britain's bracing beaches. Some of the United Kingdom's first surfers enjoyed a sunset surf with visiting American and Australian lifeguards in the early 1960s.
COURTESY WAIMEA OCEAN FILM FESTIVAL Master navigator Chadd Paishon, executive director of Na Kalai Wa'a, and kumu hula Pua Case gave a presentation on way-finding at the 2011 Waimea Ocean Film Festival. The photos displayed were taken by Nicholas DeVore III of the Hokule'a's historic 1976 voyage to Tahiti. DeVore, a National Geographic photographer, was on that voyage. Festival founder Tania Howard met with his widow and enlisted her help in pulling 60 images, never seen before, for this exhibit.