Augie T comedy opens tonight at Waikoloa Luxury Cinemas
Following its world premiere at the Hawaii Worldwide Film Pageant on Oahu, and a 3-7 days run in Maui theaters, spouse and children helpful comedy “ALOHA SURF HOTEL” proceeds its theatrical run by opening at the Waikoloa Luxurious Cinemas this evening.
The film stars comedian Augie T (“Get a occupation,” “Kuleana), Taiana Tully (“Hawaii 5-0”), Branscombe Richmond (“Finding ohana,” Renegade”), Daniella Monet (“Victorious”), Shawn Mokuahi Garnett (“Hawaii 5-0”), Kealani Warner (“Kuleana”), Alex Farnham and Matt Corboy (“The descendants”).
Penned and directed by award-successful filmmaker and Maui resident Stefan Schaefer, the movie was shot fully in Hawaii in 2019. “ALOHA SURF HOTEL” facilities on ex pro surfer Tai “Gonzo” Alonzo (Tulba). When his scholarship at the community school is slice off, Alonzo is pressured to choose his 1st authentic task — instructing holidaymakers how to surf at a struggling beachfront resort. Shortly he’s the tennis pro, the substitute yoga instructor, the handyman, the fireplace-knife dancer … he might even be vital to preserving the household run resort from a corrupt inspector and an unscrupulous developer.
As he and his misfit colleagues wrestle to conserve the resort, Alonzo also is effective to guidance his teenage daughter, patch it up with his ex, and scrape alongside one another more than enough money to get his beloved van out of impound.
The movie, which bought its commence by winning a pitch contest and development money at the GVS Accelerator on the Major Island, was nominated as “Best Hawaiian Aspect Film” of 2020 by the Hawaii Movie Critics Modern society. Producers incorporate Jonathan Stern and Branscombe Richmond, as perfectly as executive producers Brian Kohne, David L. Cunningham, Robert Marcus, Everett Dowling and J. Stephen Goodfellow. Other local creatives include things like Na Hoku Hanohano award winner Halemanu Villiarimo as composer, and supporting roles played by Kai Lenny, Dave Kalama, Kathy Collins, and Frank B. Shaner.
For more information and facts, pay a visit to www.hawaiicinemas.com.
South Kona Artists Collective keeping on the net auction
The South Kona Artists Collective (SOKO) is keeping its 1st on the net art auction.
Usually at this time of the year, SOKO would be inviting the public to take a look at the studios of the artists but due to the fact that is not doable owing to the pandemic, the artists are bringing the creations to the comfort of your house via www.sokoartists.com.
Artwork out there involves prints, paintings, collages, fiber, sculpture, ceramics, jewelry, photography, fused glass and handmade home decor components. Opening bids vary from $15 to $750.
The auction web site will open for viewing commencing Monday. Bidding formally commences on at 9 a.m. Feb. 13 and finishes at noon Feb. 20.
For a lot more info, take a look at www.sokoartists.com.
Mauna Kea Beach front Hotel showcased in great art series
Good artwork photographer Gray Malin has partnered with Mauna Kea Seaside Resort to debut his most recent fine artwork series — Grey Malin at the Mauna Kea.
Inspired by the Massive Island, the series celebrates the vacation resort developed by Laurance S. Rockefeller in 1965. Using vintage props, colorful surfboards and striped beachside umbrellas, Malin delivers to daily life meticulously crafted moments all over the resort’s most iconic and eye-catching locations by means of 32 images.
“Working with the Mauna Kea for this undertaking was a aspiration,” stated Malin. “I have experienced my mind established on capturing this luxurious resort for a while and it is incredible that we were being equipped to make it come about in the course of this unpredictable year. I was fortunate enough to shoot the resort while it was shut down, giving me the prospect to emphasize the property’s legendary destinations in the most serene style. I am quite happy of how the historic lodge and the island of Hawai’i are celebrated in this collection.”
Signed and numbered prints are offered as constrained editions on www.graymalin.com and pick prints from the collection are accessible at the Mauna Kea Seashore Hotel reward shop.