Edited by NOAH SHER, DANNY MILLER, DAN LAWRENCE & DOUG BLUSH ACE, MILES WILKERSON, JEREMY DENEAU, & NANCY FORNER ACE
Cinematography by MAX FRAUCHIGER, MARIO FURLONI, WILLIAM MAHERAS, MIKE MAY, DANNY MILLER, BILL PARIS, JENNA ROSHER, TROY SMITH, ADAM GUY & KEN PRESTON
Narrated by ALIKA ATAY and DEMETRIUS OLIVEIRA
Music by PINK FLOYD, KEN EMERSON, PETER KATER, JEFF RONA, MATTHEW SCHOENING, JAMES KIMO WEST, MARCO BELTRAMI, TAIMANE GARDNER and NEIL YOUNG
KAUAI GIRL PRODUCTIONS
NEW LEAF PRODUCTIONS, INC
Directed by KEELY SHAYE BROSNAN and TERESA TICO
Produced by KEELY SHAYE BROSNAN and TERESA TICO
Executive Producer PIERCE BROSNAN
Keely Shaye Brosnan
Keely Shaye Brosnan is an award-winning broadcast journalist turned award-winning documentary filmmaker. She has nurtured a diverse career covering a wide range of topics, from environmental journalism and animal advocacy to celebrity journalism and apprehending fugitives.
In 2016, Keely made her directorial debut with Poisoning Paradise, which opened at the Hawaii International Film Festival in Honolulu. Since then, Poisoning Paradise has garnered 11 awards and continues to screen at prestigious film festivals across the country.
Formerly an entertainment correspondent for NBC’s weekend edition of the “Today Show” and CBS’s “Entertainment Tonight,” Keely has interviewed a myriad of A-list celebrities. Previously, Keely was a correspondent on NBC’s “Unsolved Mysteries” and served as a correspondent for ABC’s “Good Morning America” and ABC’s Home Show which earned her two Genesis Awards, a Special Achievement Award at the Environmental Film Festival, and a nomination from the Environmental Media Association.
Keely hosted “Great Bears,” a series for the Outdoor Life Network as well as E! Coming Attractions and HBO’s “World Entertainment Report.” As a producer, she created and hosted “Home Green Home” for PBS, an eco-friendly home and garden “how-to” series. Keely was a contributor to Los Angeles Confidential Magazine and is currently completing her first book, Gourmet Gardener.
A world traveler, Keely’s interests have led her to report on everything from toxic waste and biodiversity to children’s issues and organic gardening. She regularly volunteers her time and talent to numerous environmental causes such as marine mammal and wetland protection, anti-nuclear, clean air and clean water campaigns, endangered species and environmental educational in the classroom for grades K-12.
The Jane Goodall Institute, Environmental Hall of Fame, Natural Resources Defense Council, Oceana, Environmental Media Association, Earth Communications Office, Heal the Bay, Women in Film, In Defense of Animals, Senator Barbara Boxer, Peace Over Violence, Organic Style Magazine and The Malibu Times have all honored Keely for her ongoing commitment to the environment.
Native to California, Keely resides in Malibu and Hawaii with her husband, Pierce Brosnan, their 21 year-old son Dylan, and 17 year-old son Paris.
Pierce Brosnan was born in County Meath, Ireland and moved to London at age 11. At age 20, he enrolled in drama school and while in London, performed in several West End stage productions including Franco Zeffirelli’s Fulimena and Tennessee Williams’ The Red Devil Battery Sign at the York Theater Royal. Brosnan relocated to Los Angeles in 1982 and immediately landed the role of private investigator Remington Steele on the popular ABC television series of the same name.
This summer, Brosnan reunites with Meryl Streep, Colin Firth and Amanda Seyfried in the Universal film Mamma Mia: Here We Go Again, the sequel to the blockbuster film Mamma Mia! He also stars in Season 2 of the AMC’s series The Son. Based on the Philipp Meyer novel of the same name about the rise and fall of a Texas oil family, the series which launched in 2017 was an immediate hit with audiences. He also stars in in the action thriller Final Score alongside Dave Bautista for director Scott Mann.
Most recently, audiences saw Brosnan star with Guy Pearce and Minnie Driver in the thrillerSpinning Man; alongside Jeff Bridges and Kate Beckinsale in Marc Webb’s The Only Living Boy in New York and with Jackie Chan in the action thriller The Foreigner for director Martin Campbell.
Brosnan made his feature film debut in The Long Good Friday (1980). His film credits include Bruce Beresford’s Mr. Johnson (1990), The Lawnmower Man (1992), Mrs. Doubtfire (1993), Goldeneye (1995), The Mirror Has Two Faces (1996), Mars Attacks (1996), Dante’s Peak (1997), Tomorrow Never Dies (1997), Sir Richard Attenborough’s Grey Owl (1999), The Thomas Crown Affair (1999), The World Is Not Enough (1999) John Boorman’s The Tailor of Panama (2001), Die Another Day (2002), The Matador (2005) for which he received a Golden Globe nomination for Best Actor Motion Picture – Drama, Seraphim Falls (2007), Ira Sachs’ Married Life (2007), Mamma Mia! (2008), Percy Jackson (2010), The Ghost Writer (2010), Remember Me (2010) and The Greatest (2010) Salvation Boulevard (2011) and I Don’t Know How She Does It opposite Sarah Jessica Parker and Greg Kinnear (2011), The World’s End with Simon Pegg and Morgan Freeman (2013), Love is All You Need (2013), A Long Way Down (2014), Love Punch (2014) with Emma Thompson, The November Man (2015) for director Roger Donaldson, No Escape (2015) with Owen Wilson and I.T. (2016).
In addition to his work in front of the camera, Brosnan has long had a passion for the art of filmmaking. Having achieved international stardom as an actor, Brosnan expanded the range of his film work by launching his own production company, Irish DreamTime in 1996, along with producing partner Beau St. Clair.
Irish DreamTime has produced 11 films to date including I.T. (2016); The November Man (2014); Some Kind of Beautiful (2014); The Greatest (2010); Shattered (2007); The Matador (2005); Laws of Attraction (2004); Evelyn (2002); The Thomas Crown (1998); The Match (1999); and The Nephew (1998). The company’s first studio project, The Thomas Crown Affair, was a critical and box-office success and one of the best-loved romantic thrillers in years. Evelyn, directed by Bruce Beresford, opened to critical acclaim at the Toronto and Chicago Film Festivals and garnered rave reviews.
In 1996 Brosnan expanded the range of his film work by launching his own production company, Irish DreamTime along with producing partner Beau St. Clair. To date Irish DreamTime has produced The Nephew (1998), The Thomas Crown Affair (1999), Evelyn (2002), Laws of Attraction (2004), The Matador (2005), Shattered (2007) and The Greatest (2010).
In addition to his stellar film career, Brosnan along with his wife Keely Shaye have been drawn into a passionate leadership role in environmental issues. They are actively involved with many causes and conservation organizations, particularly in support of marine mammal rights. The Jane Goodall Institute, Environmental Hall of Fame, Natural Resources Defense Council, Oceana, Environmental Media Association, Earth Communications Office, Heal the Bay, Women in Film, In Defense of Animals, Peace Over Violence, and The Malibu Times have all honored them for their ongoing commitment to the environment. Brosnan serves as Campaign Chairman for the Entertainment Industry Foundation.
Teresa Tico is a Hawaii based attorney and film producer. She graduated from the University of California at San Diego summa cum laude, and from the University of San Diego School of Law. She is known for handling cases of first impression in the environmental sector of law and is nationally recognized for her work in the natural resources case, Pflueger v. Marvin, which resulted in the largest EPA fine against an individual polluter in U.S. history. In 2000, she turned her legal skills to film production, producing the environmental documentaries Learning To Sea, Going To Antarctica, Miss South Pacific and Fishing Pono, among others, to raise awareness about the cultural and environmental impacts of climate change and declining resources. Currently, she is in production with Producer/Director Keely Shaye Brosnan on a documentary film about the health and environmental impacts of pesticides, titled Poisoning Paradise.