Dawn Kaniaupio, 4 Miles LLC | 2014 | 17 min.
2015 Official Selection
Visitors have long described the islands of Hawaiʻi as paradise, yet the living heart of the largest island has been bombed by the US military for decades. Pohakuloaʻs 133,000 acres, much of it sacred, sits in the center of Hawaii island, an island that is home to 200,000 residents and 1.5 million visitors annually. Most will be surprised to hear what’s at stake.