Ua Mau Ke Ea: Sovereignty Endures (Theatrical Version)
New Release • 1h 42m
Prepare yourself for a virtual mind-walk through the historical plateaus of the Hawaiian Islands. Ua Mau Ke Ea takes its audiences on a fascinating journey through the legal history of the Hawaiian Islands as it examines key events which shaped the law and politics of Polynesia’s first recognized nation state.
Henry Mochida, Cal Hirai, Ioane Goodhue
Leah Kihara, Dawn Kahiaupiʻo, John Pratt, Puhipau & Joan Lander, Nāʻālehu Anthony, Maui Tauotaha, ʻŌiwi TV, Tom Coffman, Shawn Pimental
ʻUmialīloa Sai, Kauʻi Sai-Dudoit, Moses Goods
Wayne Keahi Chang, Roger Jellinek, Puakea Nogelmeier, Peewee Ryan, Uluwehi Sai, Ioane Goodhue, Kūʻike Kamakea-ʻŌhelo
Co-Editor: Henry Mochida
Script Writer: ʻUmialīloa Sai
Produced by: Pūʻā Foundation
Executive Producer: Toni Bissen
Recording Studios: Pacific Music & Sound, Doctor Trey Recording Studio
Kealiʻi Reichel, Kawika Kahiapo, Edward Balderston
Hawaiian Language Translation: Puakea Nogelmeier
PHOTOGRAPHY, STILLS & FILM
Bishop Museum Library & Archives
Hawaiʻi State Archives Photograph Collection
Walter & Loretta Ritte Private Collection
R. Jiggy Sai
Special arrangement with Nā Maka O Ka ʻĀina
Interviews In Order of Appearance:
Walter & Loretta Ritte
Kamakamaikalani B. Beamer
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