In 2014 staff and students from City College Brighton made a short film about the life of Ka'iulani and her time living in Cambridge Rd in Hove. The film uses a mixture of live action and animation.
Elika Ashoori as the Princess
Peta Taylor as Phebe Rooke
Colin Scott Moncrief as Robert Louis Stevenson
Jane Couldrey: Producer and Director
Andy Hoggarth: Director of Acting
Mark Wilson: Screenwriter
Jim Lee: Camera, Editor, Composer
Karin Mori, Sarah Stricket, Magali Charrier, Jane Couldrey: Animators:
Photos: Matt Stephens, Ryan Nosworthy, Dylan Scalet
A Dance for Ka'iulani
A short film about Hawaiian hula and how a dance was choreographed for the project in Hawai'i, taught to students from City College in Brighton, and then performed on Hove seafront.
Jane Couldrey: Director and Producer
Jim Lee: Camera
Magali Charrier: Animator and Editor
Karin Mori and Jane Couldrey: Animators
With many thanks to Kilohana Silve, Jennifer Maile Kaku, Rosaria Gracia and Catherine Cruz of KITV, Honolulu.
Both films are being screened in the cinema space, upstairs at Hove Museum, 19 New Church Road, Brighton and Hove, East Sussex BN3 4AB from the 7th to the 31st of May, 2015.
In May 2014 the project was featured on KITV, Honolulu.