HONOLULU (HawaiiNewsNow) - As part of Hawaii News Now’s documentary series on the Kilauea eruption, “Pele’s Path: The Journey Home” offers a first-hand look at how those who have been impacted by the eruption are persevering through some of the most challenging times of their lives.
From Leilani Estates to Kapoho, HNN has gathered dozens of never-before-seen stories of resilience and recovery.
Narratives in the film express the power of hope in the wake of the 2018 disaster that claimed more than 700 homes in the Puna district of Hawaii Island.
The public will have a number of ways to view the documentary.
Hilo Screening: Sunday, April 28th at noon - Grand Naniloa Resort. Guests should RSVP for free at this eventbrite link. Space is limited and seating without a RSVP is not guaranteed or suggested.
Oahu Screening: Monday, April 29th at 7 p.m. - Doris Duke Theater. Guests should RSVP for free at this eventbrite link. Space is limited and seating without a RSVP is not guaranteed or suggested.
After both screenings there will be a talk story session with HNN reporters and Puna residents impacted by the disaster, offering the audience a look at what it’s been like to cover and live through an eruption that has upended lives and left whole swaths of lower Puna unrecognizable.
Food and beverage concessions will be available for purchase at both screenings.