Three surfers from Kaua`i set out to bring clean water to the people of Indonesia while on a surf trip. After arriving in Indo they learn it's much more difficult to make a difference then they initially thought. Through equal parts persistence and luck they are able to join a student project from Australia who've developed a teaching tool that could save hundreds of lives. The team, with the help of Surfaid Sumba test the project and discovers the key to creating lasting sustainable change. In the end they learn how a small group of people can contribute and make a big improvement in a worldwide problem.


This arrangement of "Try" by Colbie Caillat was Performed by Daphne Sanchez & Kimberly McDonough. Filmed on Kauai, Hawaii


"Some Battles Never End" is the theme of our lastest film about military men and women serving in Iraq and Afghanistan and the difficulties some of them face when returning to Kaua'i. Supoorted by the County of Kaua'i and the Atherton Foundation, we spent approximately a year interviewing returning veterans, caregivers from the Kauai Vet Center and Office of Veteran's affairs, US Representative Tulsi Gabbard, and civilians from the community and local government.