Hawaii News — Filmmakers Working On Korean Natural Farming Film Here

Independent film makers re- korean natural farming

Pioneer Cinema Institute Director Adam Pfleghaar (L) and Sound Mixer Andrew Eitner are pictured having lunch at Sweet Cane Cafe recently with Michael DuPonte, a County Extension Agent in charge of Livestock Programs in the University of Hawaii College of Tropical Agriculture and Human Resources’ Cooperative Extension Office. Pfleghaar and Eitner are working on a film here about korean natural farming. See footage of their previous work highlighting gifted children around the world at www.stillistrive.com. (Photo by Tiffany Edwards Hunt)


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