A video ethnography created by Searider Productions of Wai’anae High School in conjunction with the Charlene J. Sato Center for Pidgin, Creole, and Dialect Studies and Da Pidgin Coup. The film was screened in Waianae and at UH-Manoa in April, 2009, where it was presented by the filmmakers, their teacher, and a panel of local literature, film, and theater experts, including Harry Wong III (director of Kumu Kahua Theater), Lisa Kanae (writer and professor at Kapiolani Community College), and Hina Kahanu (poet and educator). Darrell Lum, co-founder of Bamboo Ridge Press consulted on the project and introduced the films to the audiences. Watch it with or without the English subtitles on YouTube or Vimeo: