In an ever-more crowded calendar of summer film festivals, the Maui event stands out for its popularity. It celebrates its 18th anniversary this year and offers both casual fans and ardent cineastes…
Among the world's film festivals, Maui is unique because of its setting, scheduling and, most important, its philosophy. Fest director and founder Barry Rivers only books films that offer positive…
There are hundreds of film festivals around the world, but Maui has a few touches that make it unique: the setting, the mood and a fest mandate that all entries be life-affirming. Fest director and…
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