CAPTURE on the menu in Hawaii

08 Dec 2012by
Capture:  A WAVES Documentary recently was screened at the Kona Surf Film Festival on the big island of Hawaii.  This screening is added to the list of amazing places that the short documentary has been screened.  Coming off a ‘Best Film’ win in the Canary Islands at the Ocean Film Festival, it seems that island screenings are the trend…
In addition to the Friday night showing, Capture appeared for two more matinee screenings at the Mauna Lani
Bay Terrace restaurant – where it was one of the best things ‘on the menu’!
on the menu, originally uploaded by WAVESfordevelopment.

Great artists, like Todd Fischer, were featured in the Pavilion.


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About the author: Dave Aabo

David, a founder of WAVES for Development, has been providing his energy to making the WAVES concept a reality since 2005. His love for adventure, curiosity of new cultures, and commitment to changing the world through social enterprises are contagious.

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