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Katas ng Saudi

1 videodisc (97 min.): sd., colors, 4 ¾ inches

Pasig city, Philippines: Regal Home Video ; South San Francisco, CA : Regal Capital, 2008.

Directed by Jose Javier Reyes. Cast: Jingoy Estrada, Lorna Tolentino, Bayani Agbayani, et al.


An overseas worker comes home from Saudi and finds that coming home is harder than he thought it would be. He has to reconnect with his children who have all grown without him, and adapt to a lifestyle that includes his family. (In Tagalog with English subtitles.)
UH MANOA DVD 8145


Katutubo: Glimpses of Philippine

indigenous culture

1 computer optical disc : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in.

[Makati City, Philippines] : Filipinas Heritage Library, [2000]
Takes the user to four indigenous

communities in four different regions of

the Philippines: The Tinguian in the north,

the Agta in the east, the T’boli in the South

and the Hanunuo-Mangyan on the Island of

Mindanao.


UH MANOA CD ROM 382


Katutubo Memory of Dances

51 minutes, color, 1/2 inch, VHS. Quezon

City: Philippine Center for Investigative

Journalism, c2001.


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. (In

Tagalog, with English subtitles.)

                                 

UH MANOA VIDEOTAPE 20554

Kuwaresma
45 minutes, color, 1/2 inch, VHS.

Manila, Philippines: Bookmark Video, 1998.


Profiles the current Catholic religious practices and festival celebrations of the Filipino people as they move through the celebrations of the Christian liturgical calendar year. (In Tagalog.)
UH MANOA VIDEOTAPE 16367

Kwaresma: Ang kultura ng pagsamba
90 minutes, color, ½ inch, VHS

Metro Manila: Cultural Center of the Philippines, Cultural Promotions Production, 1988


Shows Holy Week activities at various Catholic churches in the Philippines.
UH MANOA VIDEOTAPE 21772

Lanai’s Past; Ghost island; Land on the

Verge of Change; Slack Key: A Family

Tradition
30 minutes, color, 1/2 inch, VHS.

Honolulu, HI: Juniroa Productions, 1986.


1st Program: Description of the history of Lanai with views of the locations of historical events. Before Capt. Cook, Lanai was lush and populated, with a flourishing Hawaiian civilization. Today, we can see how the ancient Hawaiians lived by studying archaeological sites.
2nd Program: Elaine Kaopuiki tells us about the ghosts of Lanai, and Sol Kaopuiki tells us ghost stories.
3rd Program: Lanai is a place of roots and history where people think of themselves as Lanaians rather than as Hawaiians, Japanese or Filipinos. Now, the island is bracing for the tourist industry. While Hotel Lanai is the only present hotel, Castle and Cooke, which owns 98% of the island is planning for luxury hotels in the future. While Lanai is the last major island to be developed, the residents want progress, which will not change their lifestyle.
4th Program. Rebecca Benanua also known as Tutu Mahoe introduces her family which plays slack key guitar.
UH MANOA VIDEOTAPE 1004 V.4

MAUI CC VIDEOTAPE .En V.4, No. 148

WINDWARD CC VIDEORECORDING GR580 .L26

The Last Refuge
51 minutes, color with b&w sequences, 1/2

inch, VHS. New York, NY: Filmakers

Library, 1994.
Describes the Aetas, the original inhabitants of the Philippines, who have been driven from their ancestral lands and are eking out a meager existence on the rugged slopes of Mount Pinatubo. (In English and Botolan Sambal with English subtitles.)
UH MANOA VIDEOTAPE 12518

Lean
35 minutes, color, 1/2 inch, VHS.

Quezon City, Philippines: AsiaVisions Media Foundation, 1988.


Examines the tragic political life of Lean Alejandro from his student days under martial law in the Philippines to his pursuit of a congressional seat in 1987 and ending with his assassination. (Chiefly in English with some Tagalog.)
UH MANOA VIDEOTAPE 5990

Legacy: Philippine World Heritage Sites
48 minutes, sd., col. with b&w sequences ; 4 3/4 inches, 1 VCD.

Philippines: National Commission for Culture and the Arts, c2003.


Features the 8 World Heritage sites in the Philippines: rice terraces of the Cordilleras; the city of Vigan; the Puerto Princesa Subterranean River National Park; the Tubbataha Reef National Marine Park; and four churches built in the Spanish colonial era: San Agustin Church in Intramuros, Manila; San Agustin Church in Paoay, Ilocos Norte; Nuestra Señora de la Asuncion in Sta. Maria, Ilocos Sur; and Sto. Tomas de Villanueva in Miag-ao, Iloilo.
UH MANOA DVD 5763


Lenten Spectacle (See Fiesta Update: A

Lenten Spectacle)

50 minutes, color, 1/2 inch, VHS. Manila,

Philippines: Gemini Video; Ypsilanti,

Michigan, USA: Distributed by Jord Video

Corporation, 1990. Telecast on IBC,

Channel 13, on the program Travel Time.


Holy Week rituals and festivities in

Bulacan, Laguna, Pampanga, and Rizal.


UH MANOA VIDEOTAPE 10010

Les Insoumis (Fight for Us)

Fight for Us
92 minutes, color, 1/2 inch, VHS. Los

Angeles, CA: Pathe Communications

Corporation, 1990. Videocassette release of

the 1989 motion picture.


In the aftermath of a bloody revolution in the Philippines, the Ora Pro Nobis, a violent cult of political vigilantes, seek control of the country. Emerging from prison to challenge this new order is Jimmy Cordero, a priest and social activist jailed under the old regime. (In Tagalog with English subtitles. Rated R.)
UH MANOA VIDEOTAPE 5387
Life on the Line
(11 min., 50 sec.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in. [Surrey, U.K.] : Journeyman Pictures, [2010], 1 videodisc.
Shows the illegal hand-pushed trolley cars that share Manila's high speed rail tracks.

UH MANOA DVD 10268


Lito Lapid Collection
Publisher: China? sn 2009? 1 videodisc, sd.,

color, 4 ¾ inches


Collection of 24 films in which actor Lito

Lapid appears. Madelo -- Pepeng kaliwete –

San basilio --Tatlong baraha -- Hindi lahat

ng ahas nasa gubat -- Ang pagbabalik ni

Leon Guerrero -- Amo -- Kosa – Deadly

brothers -- Sa baway tunog ng kampana –

Ceasefire – Sa kuko ng agila -- bahid –

Lisensyadong kamao -- Ang alamat ng lawin

-- D'uragons – Alfredo Lim -- Sanggano't

sanggago -- Sa'yo ang batas skin ang

katarungan -- Ako ang huhusga -- Epimaco

Velasco: NBI -- Asedilio -- Roman rapido –

Batas sa aking kamay.
UH Manoa DVD 9040

The Lost Tribe; Nova: The Lost Tribe
60 minutes, color, 1/2 inch, VHS. Princeton,

NJ: Films for the Humanities, Inc., 1993.

Produced as an episode for the television

program Nova, 1989.


This program examines the controversial study of the Tasaday tribe discovered in the remote Philippine rain forest in 1971. Initially hailed as the anthropological find of the century, many reputable anthropologists have declared it a hoax, a plot of the regime of Ferdinand Marcos and his Minister for Tribal Affairs. Arguments are presented on both sides of this intriguing issue. (Closed captioned for the hearing impaired.)
UH MANOA VIDEOTAPE 9985

Lucia
90 minutes, color, 1/2 inch, VHS.

Oley, PA: Bullfrog Films, 1992.


A Filipino woman and her family leave their fishing village after an oil spill and move to the ghettos outside Manila. There the woman struggles to keep her family together amidst terrorism, crime and corruption, and attempts to prevent her children from falling prey to the dangerous allures of the city's nightlife. (In English, Tagalog, and Spanish with English subtitles.)
UH MANOA VIDEOTAPE 12470

Luzon: Disaster and Hope

Fast Track to Poverty
52 minutes, color with b&w sequences, ½

inch, VHS. Manila, Philippines: The

Philippine Center for Investigative

Journalism, Moving Concepts, 1993.


Discusses Central Luzon’s major problems, which include overpopulation, in-migration, squatters, water shortage, resettlement, and environmental degradation. (In English and Tagalog with English subtitles.)
UH MANOA VIDEOTAPE 10625

Mababangong Bangungot

Perfumed Nightmare
91 minutes, color, 1/2 inch, VHS.

El Cerrito, CA: Flower Films, 1986.


A semi-autobiographical fable about a Filipino Kidlat Tahimik and his awakening to, and reaction against American cultural colonialism.
UH MANOA VIDEOTAPE 2371

Mabuhay (See Mixed Plate Mabuhay)
30 minutes, color, 1/2 inch, VHS. Honolulu,

HI: KITV, Telecast on the program Mixed

Plate, December 21, 1994.
Host Pamela Young visits the Philippines and looks at the changes occurring there. She examines how modernization is changing the traditional ways of life for the locals. Stops are made at a local nightclub, a restaurant, a sports arena, and the office of a faith healer.
UH MANOA VIDEOTAPE 12173

Mabuhay with Aloha, The Filipino Experience
168 minutes, 2 videodiscs: sd., col.; 4 3/4 inches, Honolulu: Emme, Inc., 2006
Special features disc contains: Mabuhay moments – Making Mabuhay with aloha -- HIFF screening audience reactions -- Montage behind-the-scenes.
UH MANOA DVD 5652

Macho Dancer
136 minutes, color, 1/2 inch, VHS. Manila,

Philippines: Viva Films; Hollywood, CA:

Distributed by Award Films International,

1992.
A Filipino teenager is forced to support his family and enters a profession comprised of male strippers, prostitution, drugs, sexual slavery, police corruption, and murder. (In Tagalog with English subtitles. Contains nudity, strong language and mature sexual situations.)


UH MANOA VIDEOTAPE 6795

Maguindanao Kulintang Ensembles from Mindanao, The Philippines
16 minutes, color, 1/2 inch, VHS. Seattle,

WA: University of Washington Archives of

Ethnic Music and Dance. Released by

University of Washington Press, 1971.


Explains that the Maguindanao people of Mindanao have a complex and highly developed style of gong music. Describes the main instrument, the kulintang, and shows other types of large hanging gongs and drums.
UH MANOA VIDEOTAPE 8085

Manila by Night (Also, City after Dark)
151 minutes, color, 4 ¾ inches, DVD

Manila: Regal Home Entertainment, 2005


Conflict between daughter and stepmother

in and atmosphere of urban violence and

social disorder.
UH MANOA DVD 5062

Mano Po
DVD, Regal Home Video, 2003
No call number/information available. Pls.

check at reference or Circulation Desk.



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

inch, VHS. Los Angeles, CA: Visual

Communications, 1978.
Contributions to the agricultural industry and the struggle to build a Filipino community by the manong, the first wave of Filipino workers into the United States.
UH MANOA VIDEOTAPE 4097

Manuel Ocampo: God is My Copilot

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 Maranao
25 minutes, b&w, 3/4 inch, VHS.

Honolulu, HI: Academics Hawai‘i, 1981.


By the 15th century the Muslim faith had spread from the Middle East as far as the southern islands of the Philippines. There it took root in a tropical setting without colonization. Mosques took the place of pagan shrines. Shows the deep influence of Islam (religious, social and economic) on the Maranao people who live around Lake Lanao in the middle of the island of Mindanao.
UH MANOA VIDEOTAPE 266

Marcos and Aquino
60 minutes, color, 1/2 inch, VHS. Oak

Forest, IL: MPI Home Video, 1990.

Originally telecast on a special edition of

ABC News Nightline, February 5, 1986.
Separate interviews with presidential candidates Ferdinand Marcos and Corazon Aquino on the eve prior to the Philippine election.
UH MANOA VIDEOTAPE 5605

Maricris Sioson: Japayuki

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
Mendiola Massacre
20 minutes, color, 1/2 inch, VHS. Quezon

City, Philippines: AsiaVisions Media

Foundation, 1987.
Shows a Philippine land reform rally by farmers spearheaded by the Kilusang Magbubukid ng Pilipinas which is climaxed by a massacre at Mendiola, Manila, on January 22, 1987. (Chiefly in Tagalog with some English.)
UH MANOA VIDEOTAPE 5982

Miguel Michelle
96 minutes, color, ½ inch, VHS. Los

Angeles, CA : World Artists Home Video,

c2000.
As young Miguel travels to the United States from the Philippines, his proud family says good bye, looking forward to the day when he will return. Seven years later Miguel comes home as a woman, Michelle, after a sex-change operation in the United States. Michelle's existence challenges her family and townspeople to re-examine their own values on morality, gender, family, religion, and coming out.
UH MANOA VIDEOTAPE 18255

Midnight Dancers
118 minutes, color, 1/2 inch, VHS.

New York, NY: First Run Features, 1995.


Banned in the Philippines, this video tells the story of three brothers who work as exotic dancers and prostitutes in a Manila gay club. (In Tagalog with English subtitles.)
UH MANOA VIDEOTAPE 13697

Migrante: Filipina Maids in Hong Kong
33 minutes, color, 1/2 inch, VHS. Quezon

City, Philippines: AsiaVisions Media

Foundation, 1988.
Features migrant Filipino domestic workers in Hong Kong and discusses the hardships they face. (Chiefly in Tagalog with some English.)
UH MANOA VIDEOTAPE 5992

Miles from Peace: U.S. Bases in the

Philippines
15 minutes, color with b&w sequences,

VHS. Philadelphia, PA: Peace Education

Division, Film & Video Project, and the

Nationwide Disarmament Program of

American Friends Service Committee, 1990.
Explores the pros and cons of continuing the establishment of military bases in the Philippines.
UH MANOA VIDEOTAPE 5482

MILF-Berjuang Negara Islam (See The

Fight for Freedom (Perjuangan Untuk

Pembebasan); and Perjuangan Untuk

Pembebasan)
53 minutes, color, 1/2 inch, VHS.

Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia: s.n., 1996.


Video on the war between the MILF and the Philippine army. (In Malay.)
UH MANOA VIDEOTAPE 14570

Mindanao: An island economy with a

global outlook
1 computer optical disc : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in.

[Philippines] : Growth with Equity in

Mindanao Program, [1999]
Rural development -- Philippines -- Mindanao Island -- Interactive multimedia.

Mindanao Island (Philippines) -- Economic conditions -- Interactive multimedia.
UH MANOA CD ROM 322
Mindanao highland music: Tradition & change
1 sound disc (63 min.) : digital ; 4 3/4 in.

Philippines : Music Competitions for Young Artists Foundation, 1998?


Gongs. Bagobo-Diangan: Taka (Malandoy Munoy) ; Tagunggo by Sadani ; Pangayaw ; Tagunggo by Munoy ; Arasima ; "Inday" ; Datu abeng dance ; "Baleleng" ; "Silent night" ; "Joy to the world" ; "Hot music" (M. Gabao) -- Bagobo-Tagabawa (Binaton): "National anthem" ; Tagunggo -- Bagobo-Tagabawa (Bansalan): Tangunggo (Suite) ; National anthem/Baleleng ; "Choir" style -- B’laan (Dongan Pekong): Tagunggo -- Kalagan (Datu loho): Kinagan/Binarig ; Anduan ; Bunok-Bunok -- Vocal music. Tagabawa song (Nawa Oton) ; Asaway (courtship) ; Kadayawan ; "Ako Miaga" ; Kalagan song (binisaya) ; Da’ut (Kalagan) ; Song (Bagobo-Ubo) ; Ballad (Bagobo-Ubo) -- Other instruments. Togo (Manobo) ; Udol (Tagacaolo).
UH MANOA CD ROM 11383

Minsan Lang Sila Bata
50 minutes, b&w, 1/2 inch, VHS. Manila,

Philippines: Ateneo Center for Social Policy

and Public Affairs and Archdiocese of

Manila Labor Center, 1996


A documentary film profiling child labor abuses in the Philippines through commentary by the children themselves about their lives and work.
UH MANOA VIDEOTAPE 16493

Minsan Minahal Kita

117 minutes,: sd., col. ; 1/2 in 1 videodisc.

Philippines: Star Recording, 2003.

A love story that unfolds from funny encounters over the years by two anguished souls trapped in dysfunctional marriages with their respective spouses. (In Tagalog with English subtitles)

UH MANOA DVD 4562

Mission in Manila: The Sakakida Story
28 minutes, color with b&w sequences, 1/2

inch, VHS. San Francisco, CA: Military

Intelligence Service and the National

Japanese American Historical Society,

1994.
Documentary film in which Richard Sakakida tells how as a 20-year-old Japanese American ROTC student, he was sent on an undercover intelligence mission to Manila in 1941. He was captured by the Japanese, tortured and held prisoner for four years. He later escaped and at war’s end came face to face with his former captors, on whom he had vowed revenge. Instead of hatred, however, Sakakida felt compassion for his enemy and chose instead to forgive.
UH MANOA VIDEOTAPE 11058

UH HILO VIDEOTAPE E65



Mga Pusang Gala (Also, Stray Cats)
2 videodiscs, color, 4 ¾ inches, DVD.

Quezon City: Videoflick Productions, Inc.,

2006
A middle-aged advertising practitioner and

her aging gay landlord live their lives

waiting for men to fulfill their dreams.
UH MANOA DVD 5231


Mr. & Mrs. Tuburcio Machitar Recall

Days in Old Waipahu
20 minutes, color with b&w sequences,

1977. Pearl City, HI: Leeward Community

College, 1977.
Talks about the family and plantation life in

Waipahu.
UH MANOA VIDEOTAPE 3607

WINDWARD CC VIDEORECORDING SF503.52.H3 H39 1977

Mixed Plate Mabuhay

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

HI: KITV, Telecast on the program Mixed



Plate, December 21, 1994.
Host Pamela Young visits the Philippines and looks at the changes occurring there. She examines how modernization is changing the traditional ways of life for the locals. Stops are made at a local nightclub, a restaurant, a sports arena, and the office of a faith healer.
UH MANOA VIDEOTAPE 12173

Muro-ami
100 minutes, color, 1/2 inch, VHS.

Quezon City, Philippines: GMA Network, Inc., 2000


A greedy fishing captain hires child laborers to use the hazardous muro-ami method of pounding coral to scare the fish and drive them into nets.
UH MANOA VIDEOTAPE 18868

Music and Dance of the Bagobo and Manobo Peoples of Mindanao, the Philippines
12 minutes, color, 1/2 inch, VHS.

Seattle, WA: Alpha Cine Laboratory, 1993.

Released by University of Washington

Press, 1971.


Presents a performance of the gong ensemble of the Bagobo and Manobo peoples of Mindanao, the Philippines. Includes a dancing performance by Manobo women.
UH MANOA VIDEOTAPE 7940

Website/Electronic Resource:



http://www.sinclair.hawaii.edu/auth/auth.php?fn=Music_dance_Bagobo.mov
Music and Dance of the Hill People of the Northern Philippines, Part 1
29 minutes, b&w, 1/2 inch, VHS. Seattle,

WA: University of Washington Archives of

Ethnic Music and Dance. Released by

University of Washington Press, 1971.


Presents performances of various types of gong playing, singing, and dancing by the people of the central part of Luzon. Explains that these individuals did not succumb to the Hispanic culture that influenced the coastal peoples of the Philippines.
UH MANOA VIDEOTAPE 7747

Music and Dance of the Hill People of the Northern Philippines, Part 2
12 minutes b&w, 1/2 inch, VHS. Seattle,

WA: University of Washington Archives of

Ethnic Music and Dance. Released by

University of Washington Press, 1971.


Shows how old and varied dance and musical styles have been preserved by the hill people of the northern Philippines. Includes a performance on the pakkong, a bamboo instrument, and shows various styles of gong playing.
UH MANOA VIDEOTAPE 7748

Music and Dance of the Maranao People of Mindanao, the Philippines
21 minutes, b&w, 1/2 inch, VHS. Seattle,

WA: University of Washington Archives of

Ethnic Music and Dance. Released by

University of Washington Press, 1971.


Explores the music and dance of the Maranao people of Mindanao. Features a small gong orchestra and shows two group dances by young girls.
UH MANOA VIDEOTAPE 7749

Musika: A Documentary on Philippine

Ethnic Music
30 minutes, color, video, 1/2 inch + booklet,

VHS. Manila, Philippines: Sentrong

Pangkultura ng Pilipinas, 1992.
Shows the development and variety of music and musical instruments of the peoples of the Philippines and the important place of music in both daily activities and on special occasions. (English narration. Accompanied by booklet, 45 pages.)
UH MANOA VIDEOTAPE 7800; Booklet

Musika: A Documentary on the Spanish Influence on Philippine Music
30 minutes, color, 1/2 inch + booklet, VHS.

Manila, Philippines: Sentrong Pangkultura ng Pilipinas, 1992.


Traces the growth of church music in the Philippines with the arrival of Spanish conquerors and missionaries in the 16th century as indigenous musical forms were suppressed and replaced, and the development of Hispanized secular musical forms such as composo, kumintang, and kundiman. (English narration. Accompanied by booklet, 44 pages.)
UH MANOA VIDEOTAPE 7801; Booklet
Musika: A video documentary on the American colonial and contemporary traditions in Philippine music /

30 minutes, color, 1/2 in. + 1 book (49 p. :

ill.) VHS. Manila, Philippines: Cultural

Center of the Philippines , 1993


Accompanied by a book entitled: Musika:

an essay on the American colonial and

contemporary traditions in Philippine music

/ by Ramon P. Santos. Artistic director,

Nicanor G. Tiongson ; executive producers,

Ma. Teresa E. Roxas, Nicanor G. Tiongson;

producers, Rowena E. Concepcion,

Libertine C. Santos; associate producer,

Judy S. Giron.
UH MANOA VIDEOTAPE 21738
Muslim Suite: Dances from the rich islands of southern Philippines-Mindanao

2 videodiscs : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in. + 1 text (8 p. : ill. ; 22 cm.)

[Metro Manila, Philippines] : Ivory Records, c2002.
The music, dance and costumes of this suite provide a mirror of Philippine Muslim life and reflect the influence of Arabian and Indo Malayan cultures.
UH MANOA DVD 1834

The Mysterious Milkfish
26 minutes, color, 1/2 inch, VHS.

Derry, NH: Chip Taylor Communications, 1992.


The Philippines’ most popular fish for human consumption, the milkfish, can now be spawned in captivity. This has permitted a whole community of producers who breed, hatch, raise, and market the fish to get higher, more dependable yields.
UH MANOA VIDEOTAPE 13597

Nagbabagang Lupa (Also, 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

Nailed
50 minutes, color, 1/2 inch, VHS.

New York, NY: Third World Newsreel, 1992.


Explores the impact of the Catholic Church and 400 years of colonialism in the Philippines. Features Lucy Reyes, a legendary woman who has been re-enacting the crucifixion of Christ annually for 16 years.
UH MANOA VIDEOTAPE 12654

The Negritos
25 minutes, color, 3/4 inch, VHS.

Honolulu, HI: Academics Hawai‘i, 1981.


Shows the daily lives of the Negritos of Isabela Province, northeastern Luzon. With no fixed homes or agriculture, they live in temporary shelters of leaves, collect wild produce of the forest, fish in the rivers and the sea, and still hunt with bows and arrows. Shows a betrothal ceremony.
UH MANOA VIDEOTAPE 263 VHS.

1987 in Review
60 minutes, color, 1/2 inch, VHS. Honolulu,

HI: ATTN. Telecast on the program First



Friday, The Unauthorized News, January 8,

1988.
Shows guests who appeared on 1987 programs in the Year of the Hawaiian. Although festivities were as promised, there were few social or material changes. Sena Gates and Charlene Sato join the panel and discuss John Waihee’s first year and legislation; updates on the Philippines, El Salvador, Fiji, New Caledonia, and Belau; the need for Hawaiian language studies and the historical and political education of Hawaiians; homelessness; increased militarization; child care; and the importance of land.


UH MANOA VIDEOTAPE S00010 1988 JAN

The 1924 Filipino Strike on Kaua‘i

Filipino Strike on Kaua‘i
80 minutes, color, 1/2 inch, VHS.

Lihue, HI: Kaua‘i Historical Society, 1998


Presented by the Kaua‘i Historical Society as part of an ongoing historical lecture series. Chad Taniguchi of the Kaua‘i Office of the Department of Hawaiian Homelands will give an overview of the 1924 “Filipino Strike on Kaua‘i.” The strike for higher sugar plantation wages was led largely by Visayan Filipinos. When the strikers took two non-striking laborers prisoner, the episode erupted into violence, leaving 20 dead and others wounded. The strike was used as a 1976 University of Hawai`i at Manoa study utilizing oral history as a means of retelling the strikers' stories.
UH MANOA VIDEOTAPE 17024

No Time for Crying
30 minutes, color, 1/2 inch, VHS.

Quezon City, Philippines: AsiaVisions Media Foundation, 1986.


Focuses on how the church has helped the people in Mindanao to unite and assert their rights and form a joint partnership to rectify oppression and injustice. (Chiefly in English with some Tagalog.)
UH MANOA VIDEOTAPE 5983

Ninoy (See Independence Day Message of

Corazon C. Aquino, President, Republic of

the Philippines, June 12, 1989, Ninoy: The

Heart and the Soul)
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
Ninoy Aquino & the Rise of People Power
1 videodisc (57 min.) : sd., col. with b&w

sequences ; 4 3/4 in. Kaneohe, HI: Tom

Coffman Multimedia, 2009.
"Benigno S. "NINOY" Aquino II was the

boy wonder of Philippine politics until the

object of his criticism, Ferdinand Marcos,

threw him into prison. There Aquino

became a deeply reflective and spiritual

person who changed the course of history.

Where Gandhi used nonviolence to drive

out the colonizer, and Dr. King used it to

fight for civil rights, Aquino adapted

nonviolence to overthrowing national

dictatorships. The Philippine uprising in the

wake of his 1983 assassination began a

global wave of pro-democracy movements

that continues today."—Container.


UH MANOA DVD 10064

Noli Me Tangere;

Dr. Jose P. Rizal’s Noli Me Tangere
100 minutes each (6 videocassettes), color,

1/2 inch, VHS. Manila, Philippines:

Sentrong Pangkultura ng Pilipinas, 1992.
Contents:

Volume 1, Episode 1:“Crisostomo Ibarra”

Episode 2: “Sisa”

Volume 2, Episode 3: “Dito Po Sa Amin”

Episode 4: “Ang Baliw ay Pantas”

Volume 3, Episode 5:“Nagdidilim ang Langit”

Episode 6: “Haka-Haka at Kuro-Kuro”

Volume 4, Episode 7: “Kaibigang Lihim”

Episode 8:“Katwiran at Kapangyarihan”

Volume 5, Episode 9: “Pagbubunyag”

Episode 10:“Bayan o Sarili”

Volume 6, Episode 11:“Ama ng Ikakasal”

Episode 12:“Noche Buena”

Episode 13:“Pasko.” (In

Tagalog.)
Series produced for Philippine television, based on the novel by Jose Rizal. Dramatizes the oppression of the Filipino people by the government and church during the Spanish colonial era. (In Tagalog.)
UH MANOA VIDEOTAPE 13943, Volumes 1–6

Noon at Ngayon
126 minutes, color, 4 ¾ inch DVD.

Manila: Star Recording, 2003.


Story about four unconventional women: Joey, Sylvia, Kathy and Maritess, who continue to share a beautiful story of friendship throughout the years ... along with that of a new generation that redefines conventions anew. (In Tagalog, with English subtitles)
UH MANOA DVD 3269

Nova: The Lost Tribe (See: The Lost Tribe)
60 minutes, color, 1/2 inch, VHS.

Princeton, NJ: Films for the Humanities, Inc., 1993. Produced as an episode for the television program Nova, 1989.


This program examines the controversial study of the Tasaday tribe discovered in the remote Philippine rain forest in 1971. Initially hailed as the anthropological find of the century, many reputable anthropologists have declared it a hoax, a plot of the regime of Ferdinand Marcos and his Minister for Tribal Affairs. Arguments are presented on both sides of this intriguing issue. (Closed captioned for the hearing impaired.)
UH MANOA VIDEOTAPE 9985

Now that I have you
107 minutes, color, 4 ¾ inches, DVD

Philippines: Star Cinema, 2004


Betsy looks for fellow commuter Michael every day at the train station and fantasizes that he is the perfect man. When they finally meet she discovers that he is the exact opposite of her ideal. Yet, she falls in love with him anyway. Events drive them apart, but both come to realize that the essence of love is accepting each other, imperfections and all.
UH MANOA DVD 5133

Oath to Freedom (Panata sa Kalayaan)
121 minutes, color, 1/2 inch, VHS.

Honolulu, HI: University Theatre, Department of Drama and Theatre, University of Hawai‘i at Manoa.


The essence of the play may be represented by “Tumbaloy,” a drinking song from the Philippines that recounts a string of stories about the contemporary history of the country. A textile worker, a sugarcane cutter, a member of a tribal community and a nun unfold a series of tales of their experiences under the Marcos regime and how they continue to endure under the Aquino government. Filipino dances, songs, and slides weave through this tapestry of people’s stories.
UH MANOA VIDEOTAPE 1596

Objective Kobe
29 minutes, color with b&w sequences, 1/2 inch + guide, VHS.

Laguna Hills, CA: R. E. Herold, 1992.


Presents historic government file footage documenting the U.S. military presence in New Caledonia, Guadalcanal, Philippines, and Southern Japan. Highlights the bombing and occupation of Kobe, Japan, and includes present-day views of the area. (Subtitles in Japanese. Accompanied by guide.)
UH MANOA VIDEOTAPE 9617; Guide

OHA’s Rights: Income from Ceded Lands
60 minutes, color, 1/2 inch, VHS.

Honolulu, HI: ATTN. Telecast on the program First Friday, The Unauthorized News, November 6, 1987.


Panel discusses the Office of Hawaiian Affairs’ right to a 20 percent share of the income from ceded lands, a job discrimination case, and a case concerning Hansen’s disease patients. Pacific news of Fiji, New Caledonia, the Philippines, and the U.S. military build-up in Hawai‘i. Guest Boyce Brown, an attorney, tells the history of OHA and explains that most of these ceded lands belong to the Department of Transportation, which refuses to give OHA its 20 percent share of income. Both the state and federal Supreme Courts decided this was a political issue and sent it back to legislation in Governor Waihee’s administration.
UH MANOA VIDEOTAPE S00010 1987 NOV

On to Bataan (Unsung Heroes: Hawai‘i's

Fighting Filipinos, c1996; Unsung

Heroes; An Untold Triumph)
75 minutes, color with b&w sequences, 1/2

inch, VHS. San Francisco, CA: The Project,

1996.
Contents:

“Unsung Heroes

“An Untold Triumph”

“On to Bataan”


“Unsung Heroes” tells the story of Filipinos from the United States and Hawai‘i and their involvement in World War II (48 minutes).
“An Untold Triumph” examines the stigma and prejudice that hung over Filipino immigrants in America before and after World War II (22 minutes).
“On to Bataan” features the formation of the 1st Filipino Infantry Regiment during World War II which included Filipino Americans from Hawai‘i (5 minutes).
UH MANOA VIDEOTAPE 14073

UH HILO VIDEOTAPE E103



On Borrowed Land
51 minutes, color, 1/2 inch, VHS. Culver

City, CA: Amphion Productions, 1990.


Examines the controversial settlement of the reclamation cite in Manila by 70,000 squatters and their attempts to successfully run the shanty town given little or no official public support.
UH MANOA VIDEOTAPE 5507

UH HILO VIDEOTAPE DS50



On Our Way, 1939–1942 (Part 7. The

World at War)
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