From L:R - Rina White and Naz Kawakami in a scene from EVERY DAY IN KAIMUKĪ. Directed by Alika Tengan. Photos Courtesy Every Day in Kaimukī.

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Our Host Paul Booth reviews Every DAY IN KAIMUKĪ the first Hawaiian feature film to be in Sundance Film Festival. Simply put this film is an Hawaiian story about the difficult decision to leaving the island for the main land to seek out opportunities that can not be found at home.


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