HŌKŪLE’A: FINDING THE LANGUAGE OF THE NAVIGATOR

In 2006, cultural anthropologist Wade Davis sailed with master navigator Nainoa Thompson to learn about the art of wayfinding. Fifteen years later the two explorers contemplate the mysteries of traditional navigation and a future inspired by the language of the navigator.

 

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Credits

Director(s):

Ty Sanga

Producer(s):

Mona Abadir, Ann Botticelli, Heather Giugni, Sonja Swenson Rogers

Writer(s):

Ty Sanga

Cinematographer(s):

Keliʻi Grace

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