Ke Kai – The Sea

Ke Kai – The Sea

Produced by Nā Maka o ka ʻĀina

Fisherman Ray Kalili supervises a neighborhood hukilau, or community fishing event, on Oʻahuʻs windward coast. Anthropologist Marion Kelly describes the historic use of fishponds in old Hawaiʻi. Navigator Nainoa Thompson explains the art of wayfinding, or long-distance ocean navigation. And artist/philosopher Sam Kaʻai speaks of the continent of ocean that makes up the Polynesian world.


Produced and directed by Puhipau and Joan Lander of Nā Maka o ka ʻĀina

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