Monday, December 7, 2015 7:00PM

Single tickets not on sale

Prices: $10 Orchestra / $20 Loge

The Granada Theatre Film Series Presents
Jon Burlingame, series curator
HAWAII (1966)

Director: George Roy Hill
Writers: Dalton Trumbo, Daniel Taradash, based on a novel by James A Michener
Starring: Julie Andrews, Max von Sydow, Richard Harris
Music by: Elmer Bernstein
Genre: Drama, Film-Noir
Length: 96min

Part of the Elmer Bernstein Memorial Film Series

Abner Hale, a rigid and humorless New England missionary, marries the beautiful Jerusha Bromley and takes her to the exotic island kingdom of Hawaii, intent on converting the natives. But the clash between the two cultures is too great, and instead of cultural understanding there comes tragedy.

Nominated for 7 Academy Awards and winner of two Golden Globes, Hawaii is a distillation of James Michener’s epic eponymous novel that features Julie Andrews, Richard Harris, and Gene Hackman—all in celebrated roles.

Don’t miss your chance to see Hawaii on the big screen!

The Elmer Bernstein Memorial Film Series is designed to highlight films that are important beyond their cinematic tradition for their showcasing of great cinematic scores. Guest curator Jon Burlingame will host a talk with audience Q&A before the film.

About the Elmer Bernstein Memorial Film Series
Established by the Santa Barbara Center for the Performing Arts to honor the life and work of noted film composer and Santa Barbara resident, Elmer Bernstein, the Elmer Bernstein Memorial Film Series presents an annual selection of films noteworthy for the importance of their musical scores to the telling of each film’s unique story. A guest curator is selected each year to program the series, host the screening, discuss each film and moderate a question and answer session with the audience and other special guests.

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