May 6, 2016

Konohiki Honua

Honolulu, HI

Doris Duke Theatre

Wild & Scenic On Tour Presented By:


Films to be screened include:

Plant for the Planet

Wild & Scenic Film Festival School Program, K-3 Eleven-year-old Felix Finkbeiner from Germany learned about climate change and how trees take up CO2. Inspired by.. Read More

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Nature Rx

This award-winning comedy series is about a struggle affecting many of us today. Set in the world of a spoofed prescription drug commercial, Nature Rx.. Read More

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Dredging up a Solution

Howard Wood, an amateur diver, restored the marine ecosystem in Lamlash Bay by establishing the first community-developed Marine Protected Area in Scotland. Narrated by Robert.. Read More

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Art for Change

Facing heavy government scrutiny, Myint Zaw, an accomplished photojournalist, launched a series of art exhibits that influenced the government to stop construction of the Myitsone.. Read More

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Avaatara: The First Route Out

David Lama achieves first ascent of the Baatara gorge in Lebanon. “If you travel roads that have already been discovered, you are basically always just following... Read More

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Mother of All Rivers

Berta Cáceres rallied her indigenous Lenca people to wage a grassroots protest that successfully pressured the government of Honduras and the world’s largest Chinese dam.. Read More

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Restoring Hope

Jean Wiener is reviving his country’s drastically depleted marine life by restoring coral reefs, planting over a million mangrove trees and establishing the first Marine.. Read More

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One Woman Roadblock

A former tribal chief of the Xeni Gwet’in First Nation, Marilyn Baptiste led her native community in defeating proposed gold and copper mines that would.. Read More

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An open-pit mining boom is underway in northwest British Columbia, Canada. The massive size and location of the mines--at the headwaters of major salmon rivers.. Read More

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Ola I Ka Wai: Water is Life

The state of Hawaii has an obligation to protect and regulate Hawaiʻi's water resource for the benefit of its people. Yet 90% of the states.. Read More

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The Fable of the Wolf

A long time ago wolves and men hunted together, but over time this relationship changed. This animated short explores the relationship between wolf and man.. Read More

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A Line in the Sand

When three power plants began to dump their waste, known as coal ash, on a rural community in Pennsylvania, they thought no one would notice... Read More

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Rabbit Island

One man's quest to protect an island he loves leads him to ponder great questions: Is there an opposite to development? An antonym to subdivision?.. Read More

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36 Inches

A recovering apathetic millennial embarks on a journey of discovery to understand the proposed Jordan Cove Energy Project, a $7.6 billion natural gas export project.. Read More

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The Thousand Year Journey: Oregon to Patagonia

Jedidiah Jenkins quit a job that he loved to ride his bicycle from Oregon to the southern tip of Patagonia. Friend and filmmaker Kenny Laubbacher.. Read More

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A Dam Problem

Building successful relationships takes time but those relationships are the key to completing a successful dam removal and floodplain restoration project near Sisters, OR, that.. Read More

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Hanford: A Race Against Time

The Hanford Reach lies on the Columbia River past the Hanford Nuclear Reservation. The short film shares footage of the Hanford Reach and unique perspectives.. Read More

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Award Winner: 2016 Best Short  There's no easy way to say goodbye to a friend, especially when they've supported you through your darkest times. Denali is.. Read More

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To Slow Down and Breathe

"I went for a walk... and found going out was going in," once said a hairy Scotsman. The beauty of slacklining is that is can.. Read More

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Flying Doors Off Over Baja California

Take the doors off your airplane, and join National Geographic photographer Ralph Lee Hopkins on an aerial photography expedition to capture the unparalleled beauty of.. Read More

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ĀINA: That Which Feeds Us

  The best-kept secret on Kaua`i isn’t a secluded beach or surf spot, it’s that four of the world’s largest chemical companies use the island.. Read More

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