Posts tagged with ‘Na Maka o ka Aina’

  • Act of War

    By on December 28, 2011

    This hour-long documentary is a provocative look at a historical event of which few Americans are aware. In mid-January,...

  • PIKO – A Gathering of Indigenous Artists

    By on October 3, 2011

    Held in June 2007, the PIKO gathering brought together 115 master and emerging indigenous artists from Aotearoa, Australia, Torres…

  • The Caretakers of Ka Lae

    By on October 3, 2011

    This is the story of a Hawaiian family who makes a home at Ka Lae (South Point), a remote…

  • The May Experience

    By on October 3, 2011

    When community members take over Waiʻanae school classrooms for a day, students learn lessons about their environment, culture, and…

  • Teaching Peace

    By on October 3, 2011

    Initiated by members of the community in reaction to the increasing violence in the schools, the Peace Education Program…

  • The Tribunal

    By on October 3, 2011

    In August 1993, the production team of Na Maka o ka ‘Aina spent twelve days capturing on video the…

  • Kapu Kaʻū

    By on October 3, 2011

    Viewers will be guided through the verdant uplands by long-time residents who recall their traditions of growing taro, hunting…

  • Ka Nani Aʻo Kaʻū

    By on October 3, 2011

    A talk-story session with beloved kumu hula (hula master) George Na’ope about the composing of Ka Nani A’o Ka’u…

  • Human Rights and the Hawaiian Kingdom

    By on October 3, 2011

    Representatives of the Hawaiian sovereignty movement and indigenous Alaskan and Lakota Sioux peoples, along with an international law expert,...

  • Lāhui Maoli – Native Species

    By on October 3, 2011

    An island-by-island survey of Hawaiian native species of birds, snails, fish and insects, all identified by their Hawaiian names…