Hawaii Film Blog

Thursday, July 13, 2006

Cousteau Doc to Screen at Hanauma Bay Tonight

The film that made George W. Bush turn green (at least for a little bit) is being screened for FREE at Hanauma Bay tonight at 6:30pm. Jean-Michel Cousteau's documentary "Voyage to Kure" persuaded Bush to declare the environmentally sensitive Northwestern Hawaiian Islands a national monument. For more info, contact the Hanauma Bay Education Program at 808-397-5840. If you can't make it, you can buy the DVD from PBS for $25.

>> Cousteau's Film to Screen [Hnl Advertiser, 7/12/06]

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