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PACIFIC SHOWCASE SHORTS
Possum is a tale of two young brothers who accompany their lumberjack father to a forest campsite. At odds with each other, their relationship meets the ultimate test when they venture into the woods, hunting a notorious possum named Scar.
MY MOTHER'S BLOOD
A transgender girl in the South Pacific Kingdom of Tonga sets off to become her true self - with a little help from Tina Turner along the way.
The arrival of a trainer's daughter into the midst of backstage preparations before an important boxing match threatens to destroy the friendship between fighter and coach.
BLACK PEN, THE
When his girlfriend dies during childbirth, Makana, a young Native Hawaiian man who struggles to relate to his cultural identity, must perform a piko burying ritual with his girlfriend's father.
PRAISE SONG FOR OCEANIA
“Praise Song for Oceania” is a short film-poem about the ecology, history, politics, and cultures of the ocean. The poem was written by Chamorro author Craig Santos Perez, and the video was created by Hawaiian filmmaker Justyn Ah Chong.
Tama is the result of a unique collaboration between Deaf and hearing filmmakers. Tama is about a young Maori Deaf boy who tries to perform the traditional Maori war dance, the Haka, silently. He is isolated within his family where communication is challenging. On a near-fatal car trip, Tama has to confront his father and in his struggle, he begins to grow from an undervalued youth into a proud young man.