KAI: HOME AND BELONGING IN POST-COUP FIJI
In the fall of 2001, I moved to Fiji for a year to work on a documentary about race relations and cultural identity in wake of the 2000 coup d'etat. I ended up making a portrait of two families, an indigenous Fijian family living on ancestral lands in a remote village and an ethnically Indian family living in a squatter settlement in Suva, Fiji's largest city.
Kai: Home and Belonging in Post-coup Fiji premiered at the Globians World and Culture Documentary Film Festival in Potsdam, Germany in 2005. It is available for classroom and private use. Contact for details.
Index: Research, Film, Documentary, Suva, Fiji