We are proud to support both the pursuit of higher education and the arts, so this year we are happy to help produce the UNCW Short Film, “Onipa’a.”
LOGLINE: In the 36 hours before Kamehameha attacks the island of Maui, the Chief Kalanikupule and his men prepare for battle.
Meet Kai Feliciano, a UNCW Honors Film Student, writer and director of this short film. Born and raised in Hawai’i, she went to Wilmington, North Carolina to study film. Her ambition: “to make movies people have heard of.” (Follow @KaiFeliciano on Twitter.)
Join us in helping Kai Feliciano by pledging to the Kickstarter or by donating via the PayPal button below. By pledging +$5 at Kickstarter, you can receive rewards starting with exclusive access to the behind-the-scenes video updates as my crew during the making of Onipa`a – including clips of production meetings, auditions, outtakes, and more; OR, by donating $1 below, you will get a special thanks on the film website.
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