Taylour Chang was the featured speaker at the Club's July 6th General Assembly.  This filmmaker and director of the Doris Duke Theater at the Honolulu Museum of Art shared her passion about "curating" independent films in a monthly series of film festivals.
This month kicks off the Honolulu Surf Film Festival which turns 10 years old this year. "The lineup of films old and new includes in-depth documentaries on today’s biggest surf talents, creative and comedic ventures, and psychedelic odysseys. Each Thursday night, we honor the history of surf filmmaking with classics selections, including a free screening of John Severson’s Pacific Vibrations. Throughout the month, vote for your favorite surf films during the screenings and we’ll announce the winners of the audience-choice awards before our closing-night screening of Bud Browne’s Going Surfin’." (source:  https://honolulumuseum.org/16364-honolulu_surf_film_festival_2017)