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"My Time With You" on Netflix Original - Finding Ohana

We're excited to announce that My Time With You written by David Choi and Kina Grannis, and performed by the cast of the film, is featured in the Netflix original movie, Finding Ohana directed by Jude Weng! Fun Fact: You can even find David's long time friend Ryan Higa making a cameo in the film! Listen to "My Time With You" Listen to the original song here on Spotify Listen to the Finding Ohana Cast version here About the Movie (from Wikipedia) Finding ʻOhana is a 2021 American family adventure film by Jude Weng in her directorial debut and written by Christina Strain. The film stars Kea Peahu, Alex Aiono, Lindsay Watson, Owen Vaccaro and Kelly Hu. It premiered on Netflix on January 29, 2021. New York–raised Hawaiian siblings Pili and Ioane "E" temporarily relocate from New York to Oahu with their mother Leilani to help her father, Kimo, whose health and financial issues are becoming serious. Pili is an avid geocaching fan, and her malaise at being separated from her beloved New York is assuaged by secretly liberating an old diary from her grandfather's art studio. Meanwhile, E is distracted from his own search for better Internet signal by the requisite pretty local girl, Hana, who has big dreams of her own. The siblings find themselves learning about their Hawaiian heritage as Pili goes on a Goonies-style quest for lost pirate treasure. Pili is aided on her quest by local boy Casper, a nerdy but resourceful boy with a big heart, and joined by E and Hana. In September 2019, it was announced Netflix had picked up the rights to Jude Weng's feature film debut. Christina Strain would write. Ian Bryce of Ian Bryce Productions would produce the film with Irene Yeung and JJ Hook executive producing and Katie Malott associate producing. Kea Peahu and Alex Aiono would star as the two main siblings with Marc Evan Jackson, Lindsay Watson, Owen Vaccaro, Kelly Hu, Ke Huy Quan, Ricky Garcia, Ryan Higa, Mapuana Makia, Brad Kalilimoku, X Mayo, and Kyndra Sanchez in the ensemble cast.

Finding ʻOhana was shot in Brooklyn, Hawaii, Thailand, and in the Dominican Republic.


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