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THE STORY OF EVERYTHING

THE STORY OF EVERYTHING, a theater performance written and conceived by Hawai’i Poet Laureate Kealoha, and now a film produced and directed by Engaging the Senses Foundation, illuminates the intersection between science, the environment, the arts, and mindfulness. The film explores humanity’s rich and diverse explanations for the origins of life, and presents powerful solutions for the continued health of the planet and all beings on it.

In an era when we face the knowledge that racism consistently exposes people of color to reduced quality of life, and that the world itself is in peril due to climate change, a project focused on light, on solutions, and on the transmission of hope is a cause for celebration.

THE STORY OF EVERYTHING incorporates poetry, dance, music, art and special effects to condense 13.7 billion years into an hour and 45 minutes that asks and answers two questions challenging humans from the very beginning: “Where do we come from?” And even more important: “Where can we go next?”

Starring Kealoha, Taimane, and Kau`i Kanaka`ole. Dancers Jamie Nakama, Jory Horn and Jonathan Clarke Sypert. Music by Taimane, Quadraphonix and Makana. Original artworks by Solomon Enos.

– O‘AHU SCREENING SEE BELOW –

KAUA‘I SCREENING

SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 20 | 7:00PM | WAIMEA THEATER

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HILO SCREENING

FRIDAY NOVEMBER 18TH | 6:00PM | HILO PALACE THEATER

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MAUI SCREENING

SATURDAY NOVEMBER 19TH | 7:30PM | MAUI ARTS & CULTURAL CENTER

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SPONSORED BY

film hawaii logoNichols Family Fund logo

 

 

BISHOP MUSEUM PROGRAM: 

4:30 p.m.: Gates open 

5:30 p.m.: Pre-show Entertainment (Food Trucks On Site) 

7 p.m.: Screening begins 

Event Rules: 
  • Please bring blankets, towels, and lawn chairs for lawn seating
  • Strollers for children are allowed 
  • This is a rain or shine event 
  • No refunds under any conditions 
  • No re-entry 
  • No smoking or vaping 
  • No coolers, outside food, drinks (including any containers with water), or umbrellas allowed 
  • Empty water bottles are allowed and can be filled at one of the Museum’s water refill stations
  • Any bags, purses, knapsacks, or backpacks are subject to search 
  • Any outside alcoholic beverage will be confiscated 
  • Any patron not abiding by any of the above rules will be asked to leave
Bishop Museum is extending a membership promotion to the HIFF ‘ohana through the month of November! Use code HIFF10 for 10% off any membership level at bishopmuseum.org/membership. Members enjoy free admission to Bishop Museum and their monthly After Hours events, special preview opportunities for new exhibitions, and discounts at the J. Watumull PlanetariumShop PacificaBishop Museum Press, and Bishop Museum Café by Highway Inn.

 

Credits

DIRECTOR(S)Creator: Kealoha, Director: Ron Singer
PRODUCER(S)Mona Abadir, Ron Singer, Chris Berkenkamp
SCREENWRITER(S)Kealoha
CASTKealoha, Taimane, Kau`i Kanaka`ole, Jamie Nakama, Jonathan Clarke Sypert, Jory Horn
CINEMATOGRAPHERChris Berkenkamp

Details

PREMIERE STATUS: WORLD PREMIERE

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YEAR: 2022
RUN TIME: 105 Minutes
LANGUAGE: English

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