Sunday, November 27, 2011

movie trailer "The Pali"

Here's a movie trailer done please review, any comments will be appreciated.

Trailer: The Pali from D.R. on Vimeo.

About this video:
"This is a trailer for a film we shot for Showdown in Chinatown 
Championships. We didn't make the deadline, but were able to 
put this together. We shot and edited everything in 4 days.

For those unfamiliar with Hawaiian history, Hawaii has many 
Gods and Demi-gods that roam the islands, many with turbulent 
pasts. Hawaii Route 61, or better know as the Pali Highway, is a 
well know area where Hawai'i's Gods interact with the residents 
of the islands. The most common is when Pele, Goddess of Fire, 
stops anyone driving over with pork in their car. She mistakes 
the unsuspecting driver as her ex-lover Kamapua'a, the 
Hog-Child demi-god.

For more information on 
Pele's and Kamapua'a's history 

Davey Shindig
Sophia Nelson
Caleb Shinobi
T. Austin Sabel
Lisa Chaly
Elias Parker

Directed By:
David Richardson

Produced By:
Ryan Richardson

Cinematography By:
David Richardson

Written by:
David & Ryan Richardson"

Friday, November 11, 2011

11-11-11 Grant and Andrea's wedding at Keiki Beach

At Keiki Beach, Grant and Andrea had their perfect beach wedding, with the sun and the morning rain, two greatest gifts from The Heavens appears a beautiful rainbow for the couple with Rev. Parker.

The wedding kiss
Congratulations Grant and Andrea!!!!

Sunday, November 6, 2011

Guy and Milani vow renwal

As long as our beautiful beaches and sun exist in Hawaii, ceremonies on the beach will always have beautiful memories.

In this vow renewal of 11 years, a request was made of Kahu Parker, for their twin sons to be included in the ceremony. From our ancient ancestors, to our elders, down to our parents life begins in a gift of breath, and it's through us to which that this gift is passed on with all the teachings to hold our old ways and to adapt to modern times with better understanding of our mistakes and never to repeat them, for from the begining our elders handed down to their children the gift..... we all call life.

One final request was made from Guy and Milani, was to say a prayer for a dear friend who lived on the west side of Oahu and loved the beaches.

While Guy holds a lei offering, Rev. Parker acknowledges ancestors for their acceptence.