Today, a total of 10 short films will be shown. Seven of these films are recommended for ages 5-12 years and the last three are recommended for ages 8-12. Films: Why Maui Snared at the Sun 19 minutes, Long ago, Kala (the sun) raced across the sky, leaving shorts days and long nights. The goddess Hina, mother of Kaui, suffered from the lack of daylight. Maui traveled to Haleakala to confront Kala and make things pono. Locally produced by Pacific Resources For Education and Learning (PREL); One Small Step 5 minutes, On July 24, 1969, men reached the Moon as 600 million people watched. They were not the only ones. What Makes Me Happy: Tung's Film 14 minutes, In the mountains of North Vietnam, study time is at a premium due to daily chores...and a piglet determined to escape his sty. JET (Junior Extra-Terrestrial) 4 minutes, Created using CINEMA 4D, the story of a little space alien whose adventurous spirit takes him on an extended voyage during a family vacation on Earth. Jayezeh (The Reward) 10 minutes, The decisions that a young boy makes when faced with tough choices take him on a rewarding adventure through the magical streets of an ancient city in Iran. Decklin and the Dentist 6 minutes, Young Decklin finds himself trapped in the scariest place in the world-the dentist office, Decklin battles his fears in an imaginative world of ghoulish assistants and the mad dentist Dr. Fright. Under the Bed 4 minutes, When you're young, there's a fine line between fantasy and reality, especially at bedtime on a dark and stormy night. Pizzangrillo (Lighthearted Boy) 5 minutes, In Italian with English subtitles, A young boy discovers his grandfather's dark secret in this elegant and beautifully shot family drama. Multiple award-winner.