Hawaiian Sting

Director: Peter D. Beyt
Screenwriters: Anthony Kahawaii

Institute History

  • 1998 Sundance Film Festival


Hawaiian Sting offers a humorous look at why and how flies came to reside in Hawaii. Kalani, who is not your average slacker, comes up with a snappy solution to life’s pests—da Hawaiian sting.

— Heather Rae

Screening Details

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