Celestial Cinema Program Running Time is 205 min This Wednesday Celestial Cinema program includes:
7:30pm Festivities begin with Music, Hula, Blessing, and Tribute to Josh Radnor followed by Liberal Arts
10:00pm Big Easy Express preceded by the short film A Finger, Two Dots Then Me and followed by Sketchy Andy
For information about children's tickets please call our box office at 808-579-9244
Celestial Cinema Tickets available at the door for $24
Tribute to Josh Radnor
2012, 10 min Josh Radnor is perhaps best known for his role as Ted, the central character on CBS's Emmy-nominated comedy How I Met Your Mother, but Radnor's talents extend beyond acting, and he has quickly established himself as both a gifted writer and director.
Liberal Arts Directed By: Josh Radnor USA, 2012, 97 min
Once you get into college, you just might have a hard time ever getting out. You might have to feel your way out following your heart.
A Finger, Two Dots Then Me Directed By: David Holechek, Daniel Holechek USA, 2012, 8 min Poet / performer Derrick Brown demonstrates why he is one of the most influential literary voices today by delivering this whopper of a love poem. He defies mortality itself by projecting his love onto a cosmic plane.
Big Easy Express Directed By: Emmett Malloy USA, 2012, 67 min 3 bands, 6 cities, 1 train and thousands of miles of track is filmmaker Emmett Malloy's shorthand to describe the lightning in a bottle captured is this musical journey. A smash hit at SXSW, Featuring Edward Sharpe & The Magnetic Zeroes, Old Crow Medicine Show and Mumford & Sons. If you know this music, you know what we mean. If you don't, come see what you've been missing.
Sketchy Andy Directed By: Nick Rosen, Peter Mortimer USA, 2011, 21 min Attempting a 360 backflip while balancing on a slackline? That is just crazy. Then sticking it? Can't be done. But Andy Lewis does that, plus chest bounces, crotch catches, ankle acrobatics, and one-handed, all on a four-inch-wide strap stretched over wild canyons hundreds of feet deep.