15 year old Kanalu Young takes a deep water dive into four feet of water, breaks his neck and forever alters his life. Eventually he immerses himself in Hawaiian language, culture and history and becomes a powerful teacher and activist.
A year of editing WINNING GIRL…and finally a finished film!
A new season of Pacific Heartbeat! We are super excited to work once again this year with PBS Hawaii and Pacific Islanders on an updated show open and promo for the 2013 season. More
Ready to dance? Rock to the newest documentary films offered by the National Minority Consortium with this new Sizzle Reel. More
A new PBS series Pacific Heartbeat. A diverse collection of five films featuring Pacific Island history, culture and music, coming soon to a PBS station near you. More
The newest trailer we created for the good folks at Pacific Islanders in Communication features film by and about Hawaiians, and will be featured on their website and Facebook page More
I confess that when I began watching these films and working on this trailer, I searched Wikipedia for maps of Micronesia to learn where these small island nations are. More
Think you know Pacific Islanders? Well, there are so many stories, yet to be told. That’s the theme of this newest promo for Pacific Islanders in Communications. More
I had never heard of the Laughing Samoans before, but it turns out that they are pretty funny guys who travel all over the world doing stand-up comedy about Samoan life and culture. The good folks at Pacific Islanders in Communication in Honolulu tapped me to create a 2-minute trailer highlighting their documentaries about Samoa, which would … Continued