ʻĀINA (pronounced "eye-nah") means, “that which feeds us” in the Hawaiian language. The film vividly highlights a way to address some of the most pressing environmental and health crises facing the island of Kauai - and of island Earth.
ʻĀINA is not just a film, it is part of a global movement that is working to better align humanity’s relationship with the Earth that feeds us. The SustʻĀINAbility Initiative is ʻĀINA’s ongoing effort... ʻĀINA is not just a film, it is part of a global movement that is working to better align humanity’s relationship with the Earth that feeds us. The SustʻĀINAbility Initiative is ʻĀINA’s ongoing effort to inform, inspire and activate people towards a more healthy, just and sustainable world.The SustʻĀINAbility Initiative includes: -- Promoting ʻĀINA through film festivals, media and networks. -- Ongoing follow up and engagement via social media and action campaigns. -- Outreach and engagement at special events. -- Producing additional content and campaigns to further sustainability initiatives in Hawaiʻi and beyond. Thank you for being a part of this movement and for supporting the SustʻĀINAbility Initiative! Aloha.
DIRECT CURRENT MEDIA produces entertainment that connects and inspires.
DCM's most recent TV series, 4REAL, took A-list celebrities such as Cameron Diaz, Joaquin Phoenix and Eva Mendes on adventures to ... DIRECT CURRENT MEDIA produces entertainment that connects and inspires.
DCM's most recent TV series, 4REAL, took A-list celebrities such as Cameron Diaz, Joaquin Phoenix and Eva Mendes on adventures to highlight some of the world's most inspiring young leaders. 4REAL was broadcast in 166 countries and 35 languages on National Geographic, Travel Channel, MTV, The CW and more.
Currently, DCM has teamed up with two of Hawaiʻi’s leading production companies, ʻŌiwi TV and Island Film Group, to produce a new series featuring leading sustainability initiatives.
DCM is the production company of award-winning filmmaker Josh Thome. Thome's first film, CONNECT, aired worldwide as MTV’s Earth Day Special. He is a recipient of the Sierra Club Presidents Award, a National Geographic Emerging Explorer and is featured in the book “The Starfish and the Spider: The Unstoppable Power of Leaderless Organizations."
Please Interview Sabra Kauaka on SuperSoul Sunday Please Interview Sabra Kauaka on SuperSoul Sunday
We know that you love Hawaii, healthy nutritious food and extraordinarily inspiring people. That’s why we’re writing to request that you interview Sabra Kauka on SuperSoul Sunday. She is a celebrated teacher on Kaua`i and a powerful voice in the new film ʻĀINA: That Which Feeds Us, but most of all, she is a living embodiment of the spirit of aloha. We look forward to seeing you two in conversation about some of the most critical, and hopeful, topics of our time!
Practice what you preach.
I Promise to:
To share love, aloha kekahi i kekahi, love and respect one to another.
Vote with my dollars for a more healthy and sustainable world by choosing organic whenever possible.
Vote with my VOTES to help shape agricultural policies for a more healthy and sustainable world whenever possible.