Lisette Flanary
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'O wai kou inoa? What's your name?
ʻO wai ke ahupuaʻa āu e noho nei? Where do you live?
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At 11:21pm on September 13, 2008, hawaiian insurgent said…
aloha tita
launching a business from home and looking to expand to NY....interested??????
At 8:27pm on August 25, 2008, Pono Kealoha said…

At 5:04am on June 27, 2008, Kaaumoana Varner said…
Hey Lisette! Saw that you live in BKLYN. Me too! I'm an illustrator living in Williamsburg and looking to contact other Kanaks in the area for collaboration, friendship, talk story, etc.
At 6:51pm on June 13, 2008, Pono Kealoha said…
Mahalo for your friendship please have an Excellent weekend :)

ps. if u drink ride a whale !

At 10:39am on May 9, 2008, Kahanuola said…
the documentary of robert cazimeros halau was really good!
At 8:03am on May 8, 2008, Benton Kealii Pang said…
Aloha mai!

Looking forward to watching your film, "Na Kamalei" on PBS Hawaii tonight! I am so glad it is being shown to our local and Hawaiian community again!
At 8:06am on April 22, 2008, ku ching said…

Sounds great. Looking at the pics on your profile - looks like you have a lot to do with the "film."

If so, I'm impressed.

I'm in awe of those who are able to make good film, or who are so dedicated to the medium to make it a life work.

I tried one time - in 1983 - "The 'Aina Remains" was its name - which was a video about my community - Pauoa - 1) the land provides us with housing (discussing some the architectural styles on Pacific Heights in Honolulu) , 2) the land provides us with food (Francisco Marin was instrumental in bringing many new varieties of food to Hawai'i), 3) the land is a stage for our rituals (we re-enacted the planting of the Queen's garden at Uluhaimalama) , and 4) the land preserves our history (the petroglyphs in Nu'uanu).

On the other hand, I have more footage on the construction of the voyaging canoe, Hawai'iLoa, that took place from 1990 to 1993 - but a final product hasn't arrived yet. Guess I'm saving this project for my old age.

Anyway, I'm glad that you're a friend of mine.


At 2:32pm on April 21, 2008, Aaron J. Sala said…
Huuuuuui e Lisette!!

Pehea mai nei? It was great to talk with you during Song Contest. Hope all is well!! Hope to see you again soon!

ke aloha nui no e ke hoa,

At 3:01pm on April 8, 2008, Kia'inaheleokapalai said…
Aloha Lisette! How do we get more DVDs? It seems the demand is there and we sold all of them at our fundraiser!
At 10:09am on April 6, 2008, Kahanuola said…
aloha im kahanuola from kamehameha schools and i remembered you from the video crew, how did u like the song contest? and wen and wat is the documentary goin to be called and come out?

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