currently in post-productionhttp://www.riseofthewahine.com/
film + video reelhttps://vimeo.com/channels/earthsuitmedia

The first documentary film produced by EarthSuit Media and Angel&Company tells the incredible story of a small group of women in Hawaii in the 1970‘s who played a groundbreaking role in unlocking the door of opportunity for women in education and athletics through Title IX legislation that has radically changed our lives forever.


Written, Directed, & Edited by Dean Kaneshiro

Produced by Tiffany Taylor

Co-Produced by Ryan Kalei Tsuji & Dean Kaneshiro


Watch the TRAILER & learn more:

RiseOfTheWahine.comhttp://www.riseofthewahine.com/

This video highlights reel is designed to showcase Dean Kaneshiro’s passion & skill as a director, writer, producer & editor.


Through his work with EarthSuit Media, Dean has had the privilege of taking journeys beneath the surface to discover the heart of the story, the captivating message for organizations, companies & small business ventures that desire to impact the world around them.

Dean Kaneshiro’s love for film began as a young child in front of the camera and on stage as an actor, dancer, singer & musical theater performer. He has appeared on television in Last Resort, Hawaii 5-0, Byrds of Paradise and numerous commercials, industrial videos & radio spots, as well as on film in The Ultimate Gift & Crossroads: Charlotte. He brings his experience as an actor to the other side of the camera, which is his true love: directing. Dean has over 20 years experience working in professional film, broadcast TV, live multi-camera environments & video production as a director, actor, camera operator, script writer, producer, & editor. But he is most proud of his greatest production, his marriage to his wife, Holly, & their 5 children. Dean & his family live in his home town of Honolulu, Hawaii.

email: dean@earthsuitmedia.com        .         address: EarthSuit Media, 820 W. Hind Drive #240178, Honolulu, Hawaii 96824

It took years to change the laws...


One season to capture our hearts.