Become part of the possibility, which serves as a model of culturally-based food production that we can share with the world…This Saturday, catch the world premiere of Ingredients Hawaii-Part One at Mamiya Theater.

Ingredients Hawaii-Part One illustrates Oahu’s emerging local food community as an alternative to imported and processed foods. The film, narrated by Amy Hanaiali’i, tells the story of the ways in which the people of Hawaii are reclaiming their agriculture and local food traditions in light of an uncertain food future.

Chef Ed Kenney of Town Restaurant, Chef Mark Noguchi of Heeia Pier and Sweet Home Waimanalo will partner with farmers featured in the film to provide attendees with a taste of what the film is all about. Locally-inspired cocktails will also be served and farmers and organizations featured in the film will be on-hand to answer questions and educate guests on the work they are doing in their community.

An after-film discussion on the future of sustainable agriculture in Hawai‘i will be facilitated by the interns of MA`O Organic Farms. The second screening of Ingredients Hawaii will show at 9 p.m. for $10 pre-sale or $12 at the door. Discounted tickets of $5 for the second screening are available at the door for all students with a valid student ID.

Check out the trailer:

INGREDIENTS Hawaii from Super 8 Cowboys on Vimeo.

Premiere of Ingredients Hawai‘i: Part One

Saturday, February 4

Mamiya Theater, St. Louis School

VIP Tickets, $45, includes pupus and cocktail reception

Reception starts at 5:30 p.m.

Second screening, 9 p.m., $10 / $12 door / $5 student discount

For more information or to purchase tickets, visit ingredientshawaii.com.

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