Written/Directed by Kainoa Chun
When his girlfriend dies during childbirth, a young Hawaiian man who longs for a family connection is forced to practice an unfamiliar Hawaiian tradition with his girlfriend’s overbearing father.
Directed by Erin Lau
Written by Justin Omori & Erin Lau
Set in rural Hawaiʻi, a Native Hawaiian girl must confront her father after he enters her beloved pet in a dog fight. The film explores the cultural and socio-economic strife that burdens many communities in Hawaiʻi, but at its heart, it is ...
Written & Directed by Erin Lau
Ten-year-old Tiare attempts to block out the abuse in her home by taking shelter in her imagination, until a prank goes wrong and pushes her to confront it. The film was made over the course of one week in Rarotonga, Cook Islands as a part of the Film Raro competition.
A mass migration of Pacific Islanders in search of salvation leads to a war between the native population and the growing numbers of new arrivals, and a young girl stuck in the middle is forced to choose between fighting for what she loves or to save what is left of it.