In keeping with my Hawaiian theme, here's the trailer to the movie I watched this afternoon, Princess Kaiulani. Gorgeous cinematography! It details the history of Hawaii's end as a sovereign nation and the life of Princess Kaiulani.
And here's the trailer to a movie that I'd love to see if only I could find the DVD or a screening! It chronicles the Taylor Camp, a hippy encampment on Kauai's Northshore that began in 1969. It was called the Taylor Camp because Howard Taylor, Elizabeth's brother, allowed the group to settle on his land in the area of what is now Haena State Park. I heard about the movie several years ago before it was released and had basically forgotten about it until Island Nana mentioned visiting the Taylor Camp in 1970 when she was on Kauai in her comments yesterday. I googled the movie, and it's mainly being shown in the Hawaiian islands. Nothing on Netflix or Blockbuster, so I guess I'm have to figure out how to purchase the DVD online! (Unless Craig wants to give me a ticket to Kauai for Christmas? And that would be doubtful!)
Here's a website that explains more about the Taylor Camp. The music from the movie also sounds great, so I think I'll definitely put this on my Christmas List!