ALASKALAND – Dec 3rd
After his parents are killed in a tragic accident, Chukwuma, an Alaskan-raised Nigerian, is separated from his younger sister, Chidinma, who moves to Nigeria with their Uncle until she becomes of legal age. Two years later, the siblings reconnect to find their estrangement has created new personal and cultural frictions in ways that bring them closer to each other and their roots, as well as help them define what it means to be a Nigerian in Alaska.
A DEEPER SHADE OF BLUE – Jan 7th
Set to inspire, educate and update, the much-anticipated release is the most comprehensive story of surfing ever told. The biggest film of McCoy’s career, A Deeper Shade of Blue combines innovative cinematography techniques with a unique narrative structure, to uncover and encapsulate the history and culture of surfing like never before.
Not a ‘surf movie’ but a film about the art’s deepest roots, it tells the story of surfing as Hawaii’s greatest gift to the world, from its ancient beginnings to a Waikiki tourist attraction, all the way through to today’s $6 billion-a-year global industry.
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