MauiFEST Hawaii - MCC Drive-In Movie Theater Series
MauiFEST Hawai’i-MCC Drive-in Movie Theater series continues with the largest permanent Movie screen in the Pacific!
Our 4th Year Celebration for our Maui Drive-in Theater!
The Drive-in Theater is back on Maui! Hawaiian Style at the
University of Hawai'i- Maui Community College Campus!
A very special SATURDAY NIGHT-September 27, 2008
6 Great films, Live Music, Ono Food Booths and real wholesome fun for the entire family.
A special fundraiser for Na Kamali’i O ke Akua Hula Halau and for the Upcountry Basketball Winning team! Please support them!
Gates open at 6:00pm
Our Master of ceremonies Uncle Boy Kanae from KPOA 93.5 FM & MauiFEST Hawai’i
Live music with 3 time Grammy Winner George Kahumoku!
Outdoor Premiere! 4 STARS! Thumbs UP!
Water Horse-legend of the Deep
A lonely young boy vows to protect the rapidly growing hatchling that emerges from a mysterious egg found on the shores of a Scottish loch in My Dog Skip and Tuck Everlasting director Jay Russell's screen adaptation of writer Dick King-Smith's popular children's novel. Angus MacMorrow (Alex Etel) has made a most unusual discovery, and he's about to find out just how one innocent boy's greatest fantasy can also be a frightened adult population's greatest threat. Unable to identify the egg that he found while walking the sandy shores, Angus is even more perplexed about the discovery and the creature that emerges resembles what comes to be known as a Water Horse, which Angus names Crusoe. As the bizarre new life form begins to grow at an alarming rate, it soon becomes obvious that Angus will not be able to keep it a secret for very long, and the young boy will have to do some seriously quick thinking if he is to keep his new friend safe.
Palm trees & Proteges -
Do not miss this HANA SURF EXPLOSION film!
Central Maui Premiere!
Young up and coming Surfers from Hana show how it is done in East Maui!
Turtle and the Shark-Animated Short from Hawai’i with local Hana ties!
The Turtle and the Shark is one of the most popular Samoan legends. It tells the story of a man and a woman who are deeply in love. Unfortunately, the man is chosen to be the next meal to the cannibal King Malietofaiga. To avoid this horrible fate, they flee to another island. However, fearing their act of disobedience would bring dishonor on their families, they willingly gave up their lives at the cliffs of Vaitogi. The gods had mercy on them and transformed them into a turtle and a shark to live together, forever.
The DOG Series- Guard Dog, Hot Dog and Guide Dog
Animation Shorts Nominated for an Academy Award!
Created by Bill Plympton
MUST SEE animations!
Come to experience Hawaii’s and the Pacific rims largest outdoor permanent movie screen! MauiFEST Hawaii/Jazz Alley TV-Winner for EVENT OF THE YEAR from the Hawaii Music Awards!
A Celebration of Music, Arts, Culture and Film at the Maui Community College
6 FILMS, Live Music, fun, Aloha and travel back in time Hawaiian style for only $5.00 per person-walk ins !-As many adults you can get in a vehicle only $20.00? YES! And Keiki under 12 are FREE! Yes, a true aloha value for our Maui community! Tickets at the GATE. $40 VIP Tickets first four rows!
Delicious Food booths from the Shaka Shack, Pizza Booth, Patti Cakes Bakery and fundraiser booths for community organizations, Schools, Clubs and Canoe Clubs.
Our Proud Ohana Sponsors are:
University of Hawaii-MCC, KPOA 93.5 FM, Jim Sanders Realty, Kahului Ale House,
Maui Tacos, Jazz Alley TV/Maui Reflection Films, Maui News, Bad Ass Coffee Company, The Kuleana Maui-Resort Condominium on the Water, Maui Fitness Club
Ohana Makamae, Hana Hulu Mamo & Youth Center, Maui Disposal, Verizon,
Napa Auto Parts, Aloha Production Services, Sharloma Cleveland-Century 21 Realtor
Jonathan Starr Foundation, Rainbow Rentals, Maui Family Magazine, Maui Graphics,
Hana Canoe Club, Piero Resta Studio, Norms Appliance Repairs,
Patty Cakes Bakery, Maui Glass Tinting, Beesley Painting,
Antiques Made Weekly Films, Hawaii TV Network.com, MauiFEST Hawai’i
and all our friends.
Date: Saturday, September 27th, 2008
Time: 6:00 pm to 9:00 pm
Categories: Movies / Film Fests
University of Hawaii - Maui College
310 Kaahumanu Ave
Kahului, HI USA 96732
Island Area: Central Maui