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The Global Assembly Line

56 minutes, color, 1/2 inch, VHS. United

States: Educational TV & Film Center,

1986.
Documentary, filmed in electronic and garment factories, examines working forces in United States and free-trade zones of developing countries.


UH MANOA VIDEOTAPE 1545
God is My Copilot (See Manuel Ocampo:

God is My Copilot)
61 minutes, color with b&w sequences, 1/2

inch, VHS. United States: Smart Art Press,

1998.
Profile of Filipino-American artist Manuel Ocampo. Includes interviews with artists, collectors, and gallery owners. (Some dialogue in Spanish with English subtitles.)
UH MANOA VIDEOTAPE 17769

The Good Son

9 minutes, b&w, Videocassette: sd., b&w ;

1/2 in. A film by Michael Sandoval ; a

Bright Box Media production. [San

Francisco, CA] : National Asian

American Telecommunications Association

[distributor], c2003.
Traditional ideas of filial piety are challenged in this intimate documentary about a young Filipino American boxer living in New York City with his domineering father, a minister. Their living room doubles as a space for his practice of the Philippine martial art Kali, and his father's Sunday service, yet below their conflict lies an unspoken truce.
UH MANOA VIDEOTAPE 20810

The Golf War, A Story of Land, Golf and Revolution

39 minutes, color, 1/2 inch, VHS.

United States: Anthill Productions, 1999.
This film documents the struggle between the government of the Philippines who wish to build golf courses on family farmland, and the peasants who are willing to die to save their land.
UH MANOA VIDEOTAPE 18140


The Golf War, A Story of Land, Golf and

Revolution (See The Golf War)

39 minutes, color, 1/2 inch, VHS.

United States: Anthill Productions, 1999.
This film documents the struggle between the government of the Philippines who wish to build golf courses on family farmland, and the peasants who are willing to die to save their land.
UH MANOA VIDEOTAPE 18140


Graft Busters (See Graftbusters/Grupo

Kontra Kurakot)

44 minutes, color, 1/2 inch, VHS.

Manila, Philippines: The Center, 2000
Investigates corruption in the Philippines and what people are doing to fight graft—from citizens of Abra watching over public funds meant for roads and bridges, Makati businessmen fighting corrupt tax agents to Christian government employees who have taken up the cause of cleansing the corrupt Philippine bureaucracy.
UH MANOA VIDEOTAPE 18888


Graftbusters/Grupo Kontra Kurakot

Graft Busters

44 minutes, color, 1/2 inch, VHS.

Manila, Philippines: The Center, 2000
Investigates corruption in the Philippines and what people are doing to fight graft—from citizens of Abra watching over public funds meant for roads and bridges, Makati businessmen fighting corrupt tax agents to Christian government employees who have taken up the cause of cleansing the corrupt Philippine bureaucracy.
UH MANOA VIDEOTAPE 18888


Hahamakin Lahat (See All be damned)

104 minutes, color, 4 ¾ inches, DVD

Los Angeles, California: Unico Home Entertainment, 1990
An ideal partnership which brought miseries in the life of Lucinda played by Vilma Santos and her husband (Eric Quizon). A very colorful drama of real life situation when money and power controls one’s life.
UH MANOA DVD 5152


Hanapbuhay Filipina: Looking for Work

in Hawai‘i

29 minutes, color, 1/2 inch, VHS

Honolulu, HI: Windward Video, 1981.
Features female immigrants from the Philippines who seek employment in Hawai‘i but usually end up in low-status and low-paying jobs.
UH MANOA VIDEOTAPE 7751


Hanunoo

19 minutes, color, 1/2 inch, VHS.

University Park, PA: Audio-Visual Services,

Pennsylvania State University, 1993.

Originally released in 1957 as motion

picture.
Shows the daily life of the Hanunoo, a mountain people of the Mindoro Island, which includes agricultural, household, leisure, and socio-religious activities.


UH MANOA VIDEOTAPE 10047

Hawai‘i: A Potpourri of Cultures
20 minutes, color, 1/2 inch, VHS. Honolulu,

HI: Hawai‘i State Department of Education,

1987
Describes immigrant groups who have recently arrived in Hawai‘i, including Filipinos, Koreans, Samoans, and Vietnamese. Emphasizes that cultural mannerisms more than physical differences differentiate these groups from each other and the local population.
UH MANOA VIDEOTAPE 1051 (2 copies)

Hawai‘i is like Paradise (See Istoria ni

Bonipasyo: Kasla Gloria ti Hawai‘i )
122 minutes, color, 1/2 inch, VHS.

Honolulu, HI: Center for Philippine Studies,

1991.
A contemporary three-act play on the Filipino experience in Hawai‘i. Based on the life of Bonipasyo, who came to Hawai‘i in 1922 as one of the many thousands of Filipino sakadas lured by the “glory of Hawai‘i” when sugar was king. Also dramatizes Bonipasyo's painful struggle against discrimination, loneliness, abuses, and physical, emotional and cultural trauma.
UH MANOA VIDEOTAPE 12052

Hawai‘i’s Filipino Community
60 minutes, color, 1/2 inch, VHS. Honolulu,

HI: KHET, 1989. Originally telecast on the

program Dialog, October 27, 1989.
Bart Fredo hosts a panel, which discusses the nature of Hawai‘i’s Filipino community and especially the negative publicity they have been receiving. Panelists Dean Alegado, Cynthia Cabot, Cecile Motus and Jake Manegdeg also respond to viewers’ calls. With sign language interpreter for the hearing impaired.
UH MANOA VIDEOTAPE 2915

Hawaiian Cockfighting
25 minutes, color, 1/2 inch, VHS. Pearl

City, HI: Leeward Community College,

1977.
Covers Filipino operated cockfighting in Hawai‘i, from raising and caring for the cocks through the fights and paraphernalia.
UH MANOA VIDEOTAPE 3621

Windward CC VIDEORECORDING

SF503.52.H3 H39 1977

Hawaiian Health
60 minutes, color, 1/2 inch, VHS. Honolulu,

HI: ATTN. Telecast on the program First



Friday, The Unauthorized News, November

4, 1988.
Panel discusses the closing of Waialua Sugar, questions the safety of a research project using lasers, union election for Teamsters Local 5, Belau update, sovereignty conference, and the agreement on Philippine military bases. Video segments show some of the guests in 1988. Dr. Richard Kekuni Blaisdell says Hawaiians have the poorest health in the islands. If the Health Care Act passes, it places control in the Native Hawaiian communities by Native Hawaiian organizations.


UH MANOA VIDEOTAPE S00010 1988 NOV

Her Uprooting Plants Her
17 minutes, color, 1/2 inch, VHS. New

York, NY: Third World Newsreel, 1995.


After 10 years in the United States, three Filipino American sisters open a sari-sari store and share their loneliness and longings for their home country.
UH MANOA VIDEOTAPE 13847

Hidden Wealth
52 minutes, color, 1/2 inch, VHS.

S.l.: O. Mercado, 1985.


Orlando Mercado, a former TV personality and now senator in the Philippines, filmed this documentary in the United States, showing U.S. properties reported to have been acquired by Ferdinand and Imelda Marcos.
UH MANOA VIDEOTAPE 1176

Holding Our Ground
51 minutes, color, 1/2 inch, VHS. Chicago,

IL: International Film Bureau, c1989, 1988.


Tells the story of a group of Filipino women who have organized to pressure the government for land reform, shelters for street children, and their own money lending system.
UH MANOA VIDEOTAPE 4969

UH HILO VIDEOTAPE HQ9



Hunger for Land [See Nagbabagang Lupa (Hunger for Land)]
72 minutes, color with b&w sequences, 1/2

inch, VHS. S.l.: Philippine Peasant Institute,

1988.
The struggles associated with land occupation and agrarian reform in the Philippines. Interviews with farmers, government officials, and members of the New People’s Army who support the farmers’ efforts.
UH MANOA VIDEOTAPE 3451

Ibakwet: Refugees in Their Own Land
35 minutes, color 1/2 inch, in Tagalog,

VHS. Manila, Philippines: s.n., 1989.


A documentary about the dislocation of rural Filipinos resulting from the government campaign against the new People's Army.
UH MANOA VIDEOTAPE 18188

The Ifugao
50 minutes, color, 3/4 inch, VHS

Honolulu, HI: Academics Hawai‘i, 1981.


The rice terraces of the Ifugao in the mountains of northern Luzon are considered one of the wonders of the world. The men who built them were headhunters until the 20th century. When they were built is not clear. Robert Fox excavates a village in an attempt to solve that mystery. Illustrates the marvelous adaptation of this ancient people to their high environment.
UH MANOA VIDEOTAPE 264

Iginuhit ng Tadhana [videorecording]
2 videocassettes (ca. 123 min.) : sd., b&w. ; 1/2 in. Publisher: [Quezon City: Sampaguita

Pictures, 2007?] Cast: Gloria Romero, Luis

Gonzales, Rosa Mia, Dindo Fernando, Vilma Santos.
Chronicles the rise of Ferdinand Marcos.

Originally produced in 1965. (In Tagalog

only.)
UH MANOA VIDEOTAPE 22136

Ilocos
25 minutes, color, 1/2 inch + text, VHS.

Hollywood, CA: Ion Music, 1989.


Presents a variety of well-loved Ilocano traditional songs: “Bannatiran,” “Saguday,” “Dardarepdepek nga Agnanayon,” “Duwayya ti Ayat,” “No Duaduaem Pay,” and “Ilokana” against a tapestry of images depicting the people and their way of life. Lyrics of the songs on a separate sheet.
UH MANOA VIDEOTAPE 8949; Text

The Ilokano Immigrant in Hawaiian

Secondary Schools: Student Interviews
22 minutes, b&w, 1/2 inch VHS.

Honolulu, HI: s.n., 1975.


Contains the comments of three categories of secondary students: non-Filipino, local Filipinos, and newly arrived Filipinos who offer candid opinions of their educational experiences in Hawai‘i. (In English and Ilokano.)
UH MANOA VIDEOTAPE 12043

Imelda
103 minutes, color, with b&w sequences,

43/4 inches, DVD. New York: Unico

Entertainment, 2004.
Explores the persona of former Philippine

First Lady, Imelda Marcos. English or

Spanish dialogue with English subtitles.
UH MANOA DVD 2682

Imelda Marcos
50 minutes, color, with b & w sequences, ½

inch, VHS


Go beyond the shoes for a balanced portrait

of Imelda Marcos, whose numerous

accomplishments made her popular with

poor Filipinos despite her excesses.


UH MANOA VIDEOTAPE 19453


Ina, kapatid, anak (Also Mother, sister,

daughter)

98 minutes, w/ b&w sequences, 4 ¾ inches, DVD. Philippines: Unico Home Entertainment, 2006


Tells the story of half-sisters competing for the love of men. Emilia, played by Charito Solis, seeks the love that her father shows to the more favored daughter, Pura. Played by Lolita Rodriguez, Pura is after the attention of a man seduced by Emilia into marriage to spite her.
UH MANOA DVD 4762


Indigenous Peoples – Philippines

51 minutes, sd., col. ; 1/2 inch VHS. Quezon

City: Philippine Center for Investigative

Journalism, c2001. (In Tagalog, w/ English

subtitles)
Documentary looks at tribal communities

not as victims but as victors in a robust

struggle to keep their land and their way of

life. This film gives voice to the hopes of

indigenous peoples that they will relive the

memory of their dances not on a video

screen or in a museum but with the soles of

their feet firmly touching the sacred ground

that has been the homeland of their

ancestors since time immemorial.


UH MANOA VIDEOTAPE 20554

In A League of Their Own: Bayanihan,

c1996
30 minutes, color with b&w sequences, 1/2

inch, VHS. Honolulu, HI: KITV. Telecast

June 13, 1996.
Shares the Filipino value of Bayanihan, giving back to those around you and helping those in need. The Aloha Medical Mission doctors and volunteers donate their time and resources to administer free medical treatment in China, Vietnam, and the Philippines. The Begonia family of Maui dedicate their lives to helping others through the Salvation Army, providing food and job placement for all ages and funding programs through the proceeds from their thrift stores. Singers Brother Noland and Tony Conjugacion share how Palama Settlement and its caring staff helped shape their lives, and how they now use their talents to reach out to today's youth, trying to keep them safe and out of trouble.
UH MANOA VIDEOTAPE 17544

In A League of Their Own: Bayanihan,

c1995
30 minutes, color, 1/2 inch, VHS. Honolulu,

HI: KITV. Telecast June 28, 1995.


Profiles Hawai‘i-based entertainers and performing artists of Filipino descent.
UH MANOA VIDEOTAPE 12188

In No One’s Shadow: Filipinos in America
30 minutes, color with b&w sequences, ½

inch, VHS. Los Angeles, CA: Visual

Communications, 1988.
A comprehensive overview of Filipino American history, tracing their rich and varied accomplishments and contributions to the United States.
UH MANOA VIDEOTAPE 4096

In Our Image (See The United States and

the Philippines: In Our Image: People

Power; U.S. and the Philippines; Colonial

Days; People Power; and Showcase of

Democracy)
3 videocassettes (58 minutes each), color,

1/2 inch, VHS. Alexandria, VA: PBS Video,

1989.
Contents:

Part 1: “Colonial Days”

Part 2: “Showcase of Democracy”

Part 3: “People Power”


Documents the Philippines sometimes turbulent history from before the Japanese occupation, through U.S. colonial period to recent reforms. (Companion to In Our Image: America’s Empire in the Philippines by Stanley Karnow.)
UH MANOA VIDEOTAPEs 2138, Parts 1–

3, KAUAI CC VIDEOTAPE 473-89, Parts

1–3

LEEWARD CC VIDEO VC 342, 343, 344



In Search of the Marcos’ Millions
58 minutes, color, 1/2 inch, VHS.

Alexandria, VA: PBS Video, 1987.


The night that Ferdinand and Imelda Marcos fled the Philippines’ capital to exile in Hawai‘i, thousands of Manila’s poorest citizens swarmed into the Presidential Palace and found evidence of staggering opulence and unimaginable greed. How did Ferdinand Marcos turn a yearly presidential salary of $5,700 into a personal fortune that may have exceeded $10 billion? Frontline follows a paper trail of financial records, many in Marcos’ own hand, that document the looting of a third world nation. Kickbacks for major construction projects and other forms of corruption were hidden away in Swiss banks, as well as land and property in the United States, fake companies in Panama, trusts in Hong Kong, foundations in Liechtenstein, and corporations in the Dutch Antilles. Despite overwhelming evidence of their greed and corruption, the Marcos’ continue to deny any wrongdoing. Frontline also examines how dozens of dictators have been suspected of this same pattern of siphoning off third-world wealth and how Western banks and their economies benefit from these practices.
UH MANOA VIDEOTAPE 2229

In the Path of a Killer Volcano
60 minutes, color, 1/2 inch, VHS. Princeton,

NJ: Films for the Humanities and Sciences,

1992. A segment from the television series

Nova.
This program waits with a group of geologists as they monitor the signs from Mount Pinatubo and try to determine exactly when it will erupt. Showing previously unaired footage, it follows the days immediately preceding the June 1991 eruption, the eruption itself, and the aftermath. The program examines the methods volcanologists use to make their predictions, their accuracy, and the repercussions when predictions are wrong. (Closed captioned for the hearing impaired.)
UH MANOA VIDEOTAPE 11946

UH HILO VIDEOTAPE QE44



Independence Day Message of Corazon C.

Aquino, President, Republic of the

Philippines, June 12, 1989, Ninoy: The

Heart and the Soul of Ninoy
94 minutes, color with b&w sequences, 1/2

inch, VHS. Manila, Philippines: Presidential

Broadcast Staff, 1989.
Features an Independence Day message from Corazon Aquino and provides a chronicle of Benigno S. Aquino’s life, political career, imprisonment and assassination. (In English and Tagalog.)
UH MANOA VIDEOTAPE 2821

Indianapolis: Ship of Doom

Ship of Doom
48 minutes, color with b&w sequences, ½

inch, VHS. New York, NY: A&E Home

Video, 1992.
Documentary tracing the history of the U.S.S. Indianapolis, including her transporting the atomic bomb to the Pacific theater and subsequent torpedoing in the Philippine Sea. Discusses the rescue of survivors, the naval investigation, and court-martial of Captain Charles B. McVay III. Includes interviews with survivors of the sinking.
UH MANOA VIDEOTAPE 10503

Interview with Neil Abercrombie
60 minutes, color, 1/2 inch, VHS.

Honolulu, HI: ATTN. Telecast on the

program First Friday, The Unauthorized

News, March 6, 1987.
First program in the First Friday series. Subjects discussed are the legal struggle by Native Hawaiians to gain the right to sue over misuse of trust lands, hotel workers’ union strike issues, helicopter tours to Ni‘ihau, problems in the Philippines and the Pacific area. Neil Abercrombie, former U.S. congressman, explains his perceived inaction on the H-3 issue, gives a commentary on Ronald Reagan’s involvement in the Iran contra affair, and explains why he voted for the immigration bill.
UH MANOA VIDEOTAPE S00010 1987

MAR


Istoria ni Bonipasyo: Kasla Gloria ti

Hawai‘i (Bonipasyo's Story: Hawai‘i is

like Paradise)
122 minutes, color, 1/2 inch, VHS.

Honolulu, HI: Center for Philippine Studies,

1991.
A contemporary three-act play on the Filipino experience in Hawai‘i. Based on the life of Bonipasyo, who came to Hawai‘i in 1922 as one of the many thousands of Filipino sakadas lured by the “glory of Hawai‘i” when sugar was king. Also dramatizes Bonipasyo's painful struggle against discrimination, loneliness, abuses, and physical, emotional and cultural trauma.
UH MANOA VIDEOTAPE 12052

I.T.A.L.Y. [videorecording] : I trust and love you /
1 videodisc : sd., color, 4 ¾ inches

Publisher: Pasig City, Philippines : Viva Video, 2008. Directed by Mark A. Reyes.


"Six people brought together on a seven day

cruise will change their lives forever. A

hopeless romantic searches for the right guy

while dreaming of becoming a singer. A

successful businessman searches for the

truth about a woman from his past. A senior

housekeeper learns that it is never too late to

find true love. A young waiter finds the

woman of his dreams who is beyond his

reach. A young brat discovers love does not

have to be as complicated as her love/hate

relationship with her mother. And a sexy

lounge singer searches for the perfect man

who will keep his promises and never leave

her." (In Tagalog with English subtitles.) –--

Container.


UH MANOA DVD 8757

Japayuki (See Maricris Sioson: Japayuki)
116 minutes, color, 1/2 inch, VHS. Quezon

City, Philippines: Regal Home

Entertainment. Distributed by Regal Capital,

1993.
A film on the plight of a Filipino entertainer who dreamt of greener pastures in Japan was brought back to Manila dead. Maricris Sioson, played by Ruffa Gutierrez, showed signs of torture and foul play so her family seeks justice for her apparently unnatural death. What starts as a quest for truth becomes a journey of self-realization. (In Tagalog with English subtitles; credits in English.)


UH MANOA VIDEOTAPE 13663

John and Marsha ’86 TNT sa Amerika
136 minutes, color, 4 ¾ inches, DVD

Manila: RVQ Production, 1986; South San Francisco: (Distributed by) Regal Capital, Inc., 2006


A man and his son leave for the United States in search of greener pastures. They go into hiding to avoid getting deported and end up working in a factory controlled by drug dealers. Their wives and other family members follow.
UH MANOA DVD 5198

Jose Rizal
175 minutes (2 videocassettes), color, 1/2 inch, VHS.

Manila, Philippines: GMA Network Films, 1999.


Rizal, a genius and writer, whose books inspired the Philippine Revolution against Spain in 1896–1898, died before a Spanish firing squad in 1896. In the film Rizal looks back on the events in his life and comments on episodes in his writings. (In Tagalog, Spanish and English with English subtitles.)
UH MANOA VIDEOTAPE 18252

Jose Rizal: Ang Buhay ng Isang Bayani
65 minutes, color, 1/2 inch, VHS.

Makati City, Philippines, 1996.


A dramatized documentary of the life of the Filipino revolutionary and statesman, Jose Rizal. (In Tagalog.)
UH MANOA VIDEOTAPE 16419
Journalism at the crossroads: media and democracy in Southeast Asia
42 minutes, color with b&w sequences ; 4 3/4 inches, 1 Videodisc. [Manila]:

Philippine Center for Investigative

Journalism, [2006?]; [written and narrated by David Celdran ; directed by Cris Sevilla].
Profiles the work of three Southeast Asian journalists: Howie Severino in the Philippines, Rosiana Silalahi in Indonesia and Sanitsuda Ekachai in Thailand.
UH MANOA DVD 6477

The JVC Video Anthology of World Music and Dance (Tape 8. Malaysia, Philippines)
51 minutes, color, 1/2 inch + guide, VHS.

Japan: Victor Company of Japan in

collaboration with Smithsonian/Folkways

Records; Cambridge, MA: Distributed by

Rounder Records, 1990.
Showcases music created by various ethnic instruments (e.g., balingbing, tongali, onnat, kulibit, paldong, saggeypo, tongatong, palook) and dances (e.g., tahing baila, singkil, pandanggo sa ilaw, tinikling, etc.) from the Philippines. (Accompanied by guide.)
UH MANOA VIDEOTAPE 3748, Tape 8;

Guide


Kababaihan—Filipina Portraits
40 minutes, color, 1/2 inch, VHS.

New York, NY: Cinema Guild, 1989.


Documents the grassroots women’s movement in the Philippines and Third World feminism through portraits of, and interviews with, women from various walks of life who are involved in the progressive movement for social change in the Philippines. (In English with Filipino subtitles.)
UH MANOA VIDEOTAPE 5505

Kasla Gloria ti Hawai‘i (See Istoria ni

Bonipasyo: Kasla Gloria ti Hawai‘i

(Bonipasyo's Story: Hawai‘i is like

Paradise
122 minutes, color, 1/2 inch, VHS.

Honolulu, HI: Center for Philippine Studies,

1991.
A contemporary three-act play on the Filipino experience in Hawai‘i. Based on the life of Bonipasyo, who came to Hawai‘i in 1922 as one of the many thousands of Filipino sakadas lured by the “glory of Hawai‘i” when sugar was king. Also dramatizes Bonipasyo's painful struggle against discrimination, loneliness, abuses, and physical, emotional and cultural trauma.
UH MANOA VIDEOTAPE 12052

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