For many years, CAAMFest has partnered with Pacific Islanders in Communication (PIC) to bring stories from the Pacific Islands to Bay Area audiences. We are thrilled to continue this legacy through our virtual festival.
Activists made up of mothers and daughters come together to protect Mauna Kea from the proposed construction of the world’s largest telescope on the summit of the sacred mountain.
Kekoa is a rebellious teen hell-bent on ignoring the death of his mother until his younger cousin, Mika, decides to intervene. Upon seeing a lizard next to the portrait of his recently deceased aunt and thinking it a reincarnation of her, Mika is compelled to prove the existence of ghosts.
TOKYO HULA explores the explosive popularity of the hula dance in Japan from both Native Hawaiian and Japanese perspectives.
For country, family, and a place in heaven. It’s a long walk to redemption.