2016 Disney animated film set in Polynesia

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Moana (pronounced [ˈmo.ana]) is a 1926 American documentary film, or more strictly a work of “docufiction”[1] that was directed by Robert J. Flaherty, the creator of Nanook of the North (1922).

Moana was filmed in Samoa in the villages of Safune district on the island of Savai’i. The name of the lead male character, Moana, means “deep water” in the Samoan language.[2][3] In making the film, Flaherty lived with his wife and collaborator Frances and their three daughters in Samoa for more than a year. Flaherty arrived in Samoa in April 1923 and stayed until December 1924, with the film being completed in December 1925.

Hoping that Flaherty could repeat the success of Nanook, Paramount Pictures sent him to Samoa to capture the traditional life of the Polynesians on film. Flaherty reportedly arrived with 16 tons of filmmaking equipment. This included both a regular movie camera and a Prizma color camera, as Flaherty hoped to film some footage in that color process, but the Prizmacolor camera malfunctioned.

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