Na Maka o Ka Aina
Format: DVD; 20 minutes
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Ke Kai — The Sea
Fisherman Ray Kalili supervises a neighborhood hukilau, or community fishing event, on O’ahu’s windward coast. Anthropologist Marion Kelly describes the historic use of fishponds in old Hawai’i. a Navigator Nainoa Thompson explains the art of wayfinding, or long-distance ocean navigation. And artist/philosopher Sam Ka’ai speaks of the continent of ocean that makes up the Polynesian world.
Originally produced for the school children of Hawai’i.