ʻIKE ʻĀINA: A SENSE OF PLACE

This virtual huakaʻi is created by four of our spring 2021 Huliau Environmental Filmmaking Club students. In this huakaʻi film, students visit Kanu Ka ʻIke’s “Poly-Forestry” (Polynesian Agroforestry) project at Hōkūnui farm in Piʻiholo where they learn more about “ʻOhana-style planting” and how, just like plants in a forest, we each have an important role to play in our community.

Plays with: Student Showcase

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Access Window: November 4, 2021 - November 28, 2021
Passholder Access: All Access, Limited Virtual, Virtual, Supporter, Hale Virtual Festival
Only Accessible from: WORLDWIDE

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Film Details

DIRECTOR(S)Magnolia Padgett, Mahina Braun, Nohi Casco, Makaliʻahu Hewahewa

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Film Details

PREMIERE STATUS: World Premiere
YEAR: 2021
RUN TIME: 6 Minutes
LANGUAGE: English

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