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After hundreds of screenings around the world, ʻĀINA comes full circle back to Hawaii at the 4th annual HISFF. Many thanks to everyone who has been a part of this film and all the good work and aloha it's about! Please share with any friends in Hawaii, ʻĀINA shines on the big screen and this may be the last opportunity to see it there on Oahu.

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Here's the latest ʻĀINA highlights since the last update...
- ʻĀINA heads to Switzerland for a screening in Basel, home to pesticide giant Syngenta.
- Screened at Film Fest International in Berlin, Germany, home to BASF.
- Screened at Red Rock Film Festival
- Screened at Bioneers conference...
- Picked up for distribution by Ananda Media
- Now available on Food Matters TV (http://fmtv.go2cloud.org/SHhu)

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LA friends, please come out and support the debut of this important film. For everyone else, you won't have to wait long as Poisoning Paradise is sure to be widely distributed. Respect and aloha to Teri Tico and Keely & Pierce Brosnan for producing this film.

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Join us Friday, February 17th at The Hollywood Reel Independent Film Festival for the mainland debut of Poisoning Paradise. Tickets on sale now.

ʻĀINA is honored to be screening for the staff of the California Environmental Protection Agency. A lot can be done with existing laws to reduce people's exposure to dangerous pesticides.

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Check out July's staff pick, featuring 2016 official selection, ʻĀINA: That Which Feeds Us. Swing by the SYRCL office to check it out of the film library or see if it's playing at a Tour stop near you: http://www.wildandscenicfilmfestival.org/events/

ĀINA: That Which Feeds Us Josh Thome, David Mossop | 2015 | 23 min 2016 Official Selection ĀINA means “that which feeds us” in the Hawaiian language. The best-kept secret on Kaua`i isn’t a secluded beach or surf spot, it’s that four of the world’s largest chemical companies use the island for open-a...
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The journey continues...

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Watch LIVE: 9th Circuit Court Hearing on Hawai’i GMO Cases Home Rule GMO and Pesticide Case Hearing
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This is a last stand. Let's make it a first step towards protecting people and the environment from the agrochemical industry.

Stand with the People of Hawaii to stop the Monsanto Doctrine's theft of democracy. Please sign the petition at https://www.change.org/p/in-solidarity-with-t...
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Thanks to the Sunset Film Festival Los Angeles for awarding ʻĀINA as BEST SHORT DOCUMENTARY 2016.

ʻĀINA will screen with the BEST FEATURE DOCUMENTARY 2016, In Search of Balance.

LA friends, come out and see ʻĀINA on the big screen and please share this event!

JUN26
Sun 6:00 PM PDTPromenade Playhouse, 1404 Third Street, Santa Monica, CA 90401
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"Let the end of the plantation era signal the end of the plantation mentality." #ING2016 #OurRepresentative

JUN15
Wed 9:00 AM UTC-10Federal Bankruptcy Court Building in Honolulu
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JUN12
Sun 10:00 AM UTC-10Iolani PalaceHonolulu, HI
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This free screening of ʻĀINA will take place under the stars on Wailea Beach as part of the Hawai'i Filmmakers Showcase at the Toes-In-The-Sand Cinema venue.

JUN18
Sat 8:00 PM UTC-103876-3892 Wailea Alanui Dr Kihei, HI 96753
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See what we ate on an average day, for the past several decades.
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