Directed by Christopher Kahunahana
Lahaina noon is a day when the sun passes directly overhead, causing shadows to recede until disappearing. On this day in Hawai’i, four lives are irreparably changed by the phenomenon.
Producer: Christopher Kahunahana
Shorts / 77 minsIn a lifetime, technology can marvel us and then become obsolete; our intervening moments produce desolation or beauty, sometimes both at once. These films offer echoes of an ever-closer future filled with wearable tech, distant planets, mechanized bureaucracy and all-too-fallible humans just trying to find their way.