How to Name a Hawaiian Culture Film

How to Name a Hawaiian Culture Film

When naming films, buildings and products with Hawaiian names, there’s a fine line between celebrating a cultural story and appropriating the culture’s heritage. With naming of the Shaka film, we’ve been keenly aware of the subject, so assembled a...
Shaka Curriculum in Development

Shaka Curriculum in Development

As a 30-minute educational documentary, “Shaka, the Power of Aloha” is intended as an inspiration piece to open minds and raise spirits. A 90-minute version many follow in the near future as the storyline and content captured are certainly rich enough to...
Henry Kapono Joins Shaka Production

Henry Kapono Joins Shaka Production

We’re honored to welcome Henry Kapono to the Shaka Film production team as music producer. We’ve previously worked with Henry and wife Lezlee (the business brains behind the Kapono Inc and Kapono Foundation), so we know we’re in good hands with these...
Exec Producer, Bryan Spicer Shakes the Shaka

Exec Producer, Bryan Spicer Shakes the Shaka

Shaka, the Power of Mana welcomes Co-Executive Producer Bryan Spicer and Hawaii Sight & Sound Productions to the production team. Bryan’s role as co-Exec Producer is to ensure that the film is smartly produced and has top quality entertainment value. Over...
Mahalo Kamehameha Schools!

Mahalo Kamehameha Schools!

Huge Mahalo to Kamehameha Schools, specifically Lauren Nahme, Kumu Manu Boyd, Kumu Robert “Lono” Ikuwa and Hailama Farden for seeing the potential of Shaka, the Power of Aloha. To date, KS has contributed a monetary gift equal to 20% of the minimum...