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In the Name of Growth—Fiji: A Story of Fisheries Development, Indigenous Women and Politics (review)

In the Name of Growth—Fiji: A Story of Fisheries Development, Indigenous Women and Politics... book and media rev iews 527 times used to symbolize women, and In the Name of Growth —F i j i :A St o r y the film follows this practice with its of Fisheries Development, Indigenous many references to lehua blossoms. Women and Politics, 53 minutes, v h s In addition, water, leaves, and water- (pa l and n t s c ), color, 2001. F ilm- falls create another symbolism that maker: ‘Atu Emberson-Bain; assistant enhances the kaona throughout. Here, director, directory of photography, as in many films, the story is at its and original music: Michael Preston; strongest when it is being told with editing studio: Digital Domain; dis- images rather than words. tributor: Infocus Productions, Suva, In general, the film succeeds very Fiji. Individuals and local nongovern- well as a good tool for teaching the mental organizations u s$25.00 or Hawaiian language. Given its minimal f$40.00; institutions or overseas funding and the limited experience nongovernmental organizations among the cast and crew, this first u s $45.00 or f$65.00, plus postage attempt at making a feature-length and handling. film in Hawai‘i with a completely Hawaiian-speaking cast and crew In the Name of Growth is the latest http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png The Contemporary Pacific University of Hawai'I Press

In the Name of Growth—Fiji: A Story of Fisheries Development, Indigenous Women and Politics (review)

The Contemporary Pacific , Volume 14 (2) – Jul 1, 2002

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Abstract

book and media rev iews 527 times used to symbolize women, and In the Name of Growth —F i j i :A St o r y the film follows this practice with its of Fisheries Development, Indigenous many references to lehua blossoms. Women and Politics, 53 minutes, v h s In addition, water, leaves, and water- (pa l and n t s c ), color, 2001. F ilm- falls create another symbolism that maker: ‘Atu Emberson-Bain; assistant enhances the kaona throughout. Here, director, directory of photography, as in many films, the story is at its and original music: Michael Preston; strongest when it is being told with editing studio: Digital Domain; dis- images rather than words. tributor: Infocus Productions, Suva, In general, the film succeeds very Fiji. Individuals and local nongovern- well as a good tool for teaching the mental organizations u s$25.00 or Hawaiian language. Given its minimal f$40.00; institutions or overseas funding and the limited experience nongovernmental organizations among the cast and crew, this first u s $45.00 or f$65.00, plus postage attempt at making a feature-length and handling. film in Hawai‘i with a completely Hawaiian-speaking cast and crew In the Name of Growth is the latest

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Published: Jul 1, 2002

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