EXECUTIVE PRODUCER, ALICE WALKER : Novelist, poet, feminist, Alice Walker is one of the most admired African American writers working today. Alice Walker is best known for her novels, most notably 1982’s The Color Purple for which she won the Pulitzer Prize for Fiction. alicewalker
PRODUCER, DIRECTOR, MELEANNA MEYER: An award winning Native Hawaiian artist, filmmaker, and arts educator, Meleannaʻs commitment to documentary film began in 1989 with the documentary Puamana, a film about her well-known and beloved Aunty Irmgard Farden Aluli. Ms. Meyerʻs works also include two additional documentaries; ‘Onipa’a ʻ96, and Ho’oku’ikahi: To Unify As One ʻ98. Meleanna Aluli Meyer
DAVID H. KALAMA JR. – CO-PRODUCER, DIRECTOR: David is an award winningNative Hawaiian producer. His film Kaho’olawe – won the 1999 Best Hawai’i Picture award at the Hawai’i International Film Festival. For the last 19 years he also has been the television producer of The Merrie Monarch Festival.
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ALLUN BOLLINGER – DIRECTOR OF PHOTOGRAPHY: One of New Zealand’s leading cinematographers, Bollinger’s credits include Vincent Ward’s Vigil River Queen, filmed in New Zealand, Anna Reeves’ The Oyster Farmer, Mr. Wrong, Bread and Roses, War Stories and Perfect Strangers by Gaylene Preston. He has also worked in Peter Jackson’s Heavenly Creatures, Geoff Murphy’s Goodbye Pork Pie. He was scenic cinematographer on the Lord of the Rings: Fellowship of The Rings and camera on Jane Campion’s The Piano.
VIVIENNE HILLGROVE – CONSULTING EDITOR: is highly acclaimed editor whose extensive credits include Henry and June and The Unbearable Lightness of Being Phil Kaufman. Her sound editing credits include Blue Velvet David Lynch and Amadeus by Milos Foreman. Award winning documentaries include Señorita Extraviada, The Devil Never Sleeps by Lourdes Portillo, Heart of the Sea by Charlotte Lagarde and Lisa Denker.
LISA ALTIERI – EDITOR: A well known local filmmaker, Altieri has numerous titles to her credit including Hoʻokuʻikahi: To Unify As One 1998, Skin Stories 2003, A Most Unlikely Hero 2006, Ma Ka Malu Aliʻi 2007.
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