Cyrus Sutton’s documentary-style film tells the tale of indigenous scientist Cliff Kapono and his struggle for truth between science and tradition as he enters an industry that many feel is threatening his homeland of Hawaii. This film captures our moment in time, where two separate paths are being forged at once: one that builds upon the past in the name of progress, and the other that rejects the past in the name of progress.
The film is appropriate for all ages and addresses the question: How are we going to feed the world without destroying the planet we live on? The evening will include a picnic dinner at 5:00 p.m. followed by a screening of the film in the courtyard at 7:00 p.m. Q&A session with Cyrus Sutton after the film. 12 page full color zines made in collaboration with The Ecology Center will be available at the event.
Bring a picnic dinner inspired by the season and sourced locally as possible. We’ll set the table – you bring a delicious dish to enjoy amongst friends.Visit Event Website for More Info
South San Clemente