Three people in a unique Pacific Island community face the first devastating effects of climate change, including a terrifying flood.  Will they decide to stay with their island home or move to a new and unfamiliar land, leaving their culture and language behind forever?

Official Selection IDFADu GroixWinner - Best International Documentary Award, Rome International Film Festival Winner - Best International Feature Film, Planet in Focus Festival Winner - Best  Film, Kuala Lumpur Eco Film Festival Winner - Leipziger Award, Dok LeipzigJury Grand Prix, FIFOJury Grand Prix, Cinema PlanetaBest Documentary, Jameson Cinefest Miskolc International Film FestivalBest Documentary, Raindance Film FestivalBest International Documentary, CinemAmbiente Environmental Film FestivalBest Editing Documentary/Factual, New Zealand Qantas Film and Television AwardsAward for Best Development Message, Millennium International Documentary Film FestivalProgrammers Choice Natural Facts Award, Big Sky Documentary Film FestivalRunner Up, Best Political Film, AOFHonorable Mention, Wild & Scenic Film FestivalSpecial Mention, Cape Winelands Film FestivalFinalist, Pare Lorenz Award, IDA (International Documentary Association)Finalist Best Documentary, Documentary/Factual, 2010 New Zealand Qantas Film and Television AwardsFinalist Best Cinematography, Documentary/Factual, 2010 New Zealand Qantas Film  and Television Awards

There Once Was An Island: Te Henua e Nnoho is
now available for purchase on DVD

We’re excited to announce the DVD release of There Once Was An Island. Special pricing is also available for the developing world, and for community screening events.

Purchase your copy today!