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On Our Way, USA (Part 7. The World at

War)

52 minutes, color with b&w sequences, ½

inch, VHS. San Diego, CA: Media Guild,

1980.
This program looks at events, which led up to America’s entry into World War II. Includes the election of FDR on an anti-war campaign, preparation at home for full-scale war, and American forces surrendering in the Philippines, December 1941–August 1942.


UH MANOA VIDEOTAPE 3726

On Our Way, USA (Part 7. The World at

War) (See On Our Way, 1939–1942 (Part

7. The World at War)

52 minutes, color with b&w sequences, ½

inch, VHS. San Diego, CA: Media Guild,

1980.
This program looks at events, which led up to America’s entry into World War II. Includes the election of FDR on an anti-war campaign, preparation at home for full-scale war, and American forces surrendering in the Philippines, December 1941–August 1942.


UH MANOA VIDEOTAPE 3726


On Our Way, 19391942 (Volume 7. The World at War)


On Our Way; America Enters the War (Volume 7. The World at War)
52 minutes, color with b&w sequences, 1/2

inch, VHS. New York, NY: HBO Home

Video, 1981.
This program looks at events, which led up to America's entry into World War II. Includes the election of FDR on an anti-war campaign, preparation at home for full-scale war, and American forces surrendering in the Philippines, December 1941-August 1942.
Leeward CC VIDEO VC 035


On Our War; America Enters the War

(Volume 7. The World at War) [See On

Our Way, 19391942 (Volume 7. The

World at War)]

52 minutes, color with b&w sequences, 1/2

inch, VHS. New York, NY: HBO Home

Video, 1981.


This program looks at events, which led up to America's entry into World War II. Includes the election of FDR on an anti-war campaign, preparation at home for full-scale war, and American forces surrendering in the Philippines, December 1941-August 1942.
Leeward CC VIDEO VC 035

Pacific, the Island to Island War (Volume

23. The World at War)
52 minutes, color and b&w, video, 1/2 inch,

VHS. New York, NY: HBO Home Video,

1982. Videocassette release of the 1982

motion picture by Thames Television.

Originally made in England in 1973.
The Allied Pacific offensive came under the command of two rivals: General MacArthur to sweep upwards from the Solomons and New Guinea to the Philippines, and Admiral Nimitz in leaps from island to island, starting in November 1943 in the Gilberts at Tarawa. The Americans thought it would be easy. The casualties proved them wrong. This film examines the war in the Pacific, February 1942–July 1945, using documentary footage, photographs, and reminiscences of individuals involved.
LEEWARD CC VIDEO VC 035

Pacific, the Island to Island War (Volume 23. The World at War)
52 minutes, color and b&w, video, 1/2 inch, VHS.

New York, NY: Thorn EMI Video, 1984?. Videocassette release of the 1982 motion picture by Thames Television. Originally made in England in 1973.


The Allied Pacific offensive came under the command of two rivals: General MacArthur to sweep upwards from the Solomons and New Guinea to the Philippines, and Admiral Nimitz in leaps from island to island, starting in November 1943 in the Gilberts at Tarawa. The Americans thought it would be easy. The casualties proved them wrong. This film examines the war in the Pacific, February 1942–July 1945, using documentary footage, photographs, and reminiscences of individuals involved.
UH MANOA VIDEOTAPE 834

Pahiram ng isang Umaga (Also, To live

another day)
116 minutes, color, 4 ¾ inches, DVD. Pasig

City: Regal Home Video, 2005


Juliet is single parent who manages to raise

a child while remaining successful as an

advertising executive. She is diagnosed with

cancer, but in the twilight of her life, she

meets and falls in love with Ariel, who is

depressed and contemplates suicide.


UH MANOA DVD 5053

Pakaradian-an: Maranao Epic chants,

Instrumental Music

1 sound disc : digital ; 4 3/4 in.

[Quezon City?] : Tao Music, c1997.

Author: Sindao Banisil


Vocal and instrumental documentation of the oral tradition of the Maranao people, Western Mindanao, Southern Philippines.

Kapmalano -- Katuronan -- Kambongbong -- Tagutok -- Kandulinan -- Dikker -- Kapagonor -- Kapaginundao -- Kapamunda -- Kapripatan -- Kapiriko -- Kapamamayog -- Kapminanggar -- Agung.


UH MANOA CD ROM 14077

Palestine and the Philippines
60 minutes, color, 1/2 inch, VHS.

Honolulu, HI: ATTN. Telecast on the program First Friday, The Unauthorized News, October 4, 1991.


Discussion of political situations in the Middle East and Palestine and in the Philippines, and U.S. involvement in those areas.
UH MANOA VIDEOTAPE S00010 1991 OCT

Pamahiin
100 minutes, color, 4 ¾ inches, DVD

Pasig City, Philippines : Regal Home Video ; South San Francisco, CA : [Distributed by] Regal Capital, Inc., [2006]


Noah returns to the Philippines with his

girlfriend Eileen after 15 years when his

best friend Damian commits suicide.

Damian's death is also marked by Becca's

return, Noah and Damian's mutual friend,

who has been a town outcast because of her

mother's affinity for witchcraft. They were

forced out of their town, never to be seen

again until Damian's death. Having been

raised in the US, Noah's modern ways keep

him from believing in Pamahiiin or

superstitions. He repeatedly ignores the

warnings from his highly superstitious aunt

Tita Amelia. One night, after coming from

Damian's wake, spirits follow Noah and

Aileen home. This starts a series of

unexplained deaths and hauntings with

Noah still in disbelief... until he experiences

the danger himself. (Tagalog dialogues,

English sub-titles)


UH MANOA DVD 8871

Panitikan: A Documentary on the Philippine Ethnic Literature

Video Documentary on Philippine Ethnic Literature
30 minutes, color with b&w sequences, 1/2 inch + text, VHS.

Manila, Philippines: Sentrong Pangkultura ng Pilipinas, 1992.


Shows the wealth of oral literature of the various ethnic groups in the Philippines. This oral tradition is a popular expression of emotions and sentiments, ranging from the serious as expressed in myths, ballads, and epics, to the humorous as expressed in folk tales. (Accompanied by text, Panitikan: An Essay on Philippine Ethnic Literature by Florentino H. Hornedo, 1992, 42 pages).
UH MANOA VIDEOTAPE 7810; Text

Panitikan: A Documentary on the Spanish

Influence on Philippine Literature
35 minutes, color with b&w sequences, 1/2

inch + text, VHS. Manila, Philippines:

Sentrong Pangkultura ng Pilipinas, 1992.
Traces the Spanish influence on colonial literature from the dalit, awit, corrido, pasyon, and cenaculo. The Dominicans were the first to establish a printing press and the first book printed was Doctrina Cristiana. A wealth of books, dictionaries, and confessional manuals in the various regional languages were printed by these presses. These were used to subjugate and pacify the Filipinos, who by then were already clamoring for independence from Spain. (Accompanied by text, Panitikan: An Essay on the Spanish Influence on Philippine Literature by Jaime Biron Polo, 1992, 41 pages.)
UH MANOA VIDEOTAPE 7811; Text

Pelikula: A Documentary on Philippine

Film: 19611992. Panitikan: A

Documentary on the Spanish Influence on

Philippine Literature
73 minutes, color with b&w sequences, 1/2

inch, VHS. Manila, Philippines: Sentrong

Pangkultura ng Pilipinas, 1992.
Pelikula explores the contemporary Philippine film industry, the way it has shaped modern society and how society has shaped it. Panitikan traces the origins of Philippine literature from the indigenous riddles and chants through the Spanish colonial literature, to the prose and poetry of the 19th century of the nationalist writers and the romanticism, realism and radicalism of the writings of the 20th century.
UH MANOA VIDEOTAPE 19855


Peace

60 minutes, color with b&w sequences, 1/2

inch, VHS. Honolulu, HI: ATTN. Telecast

on the program First Friday, The



Unauthorized News, June 5, 1987.
Program presents news of the Pacific: the political upheaval in Fiji, Philippine elections and New Caledonia's referendum on independence from France. Other subjects were the spaceport on the Big Island, the Immigration Reform and Control Act, OHA's receipt of ceded land revenues, teachers' pay hike, and the Congregate hearings. Ian Lind, the staff coordinator at UH for the Institute of Peace, tells of the increasing militarism in Hawai‘i, the economic impact of the conversion from war to peace and the projects of this Institute. “Puhipau” footage courtesy of Na Maka o Ka Aina.
UH MANOA VIDEOTAPE S00010 1987 JUN

Peace Project
30 minutes, color, 1/2 inch, VHS. Honolulu,

HI: Department of Communication,

University of Hawai‘i, 1988.
Professor Mahjid Tehranian and peace activist Antonio Rosa discuss issues of peace including nonviolent and direct political action, the Hawaiian negative peace, conflict resolution, and the Philippine nonviolent ouster of President Marcos.
UH MANOA VIDEOTAPE 1783

People Power (See The United States and

the Philippines: In Our Image: People

Power; U.S. and the Philippines; In Our

Image; Colonial Days; and Showcase of

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

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

1989.
Contents:

Part 1: “Colonial Day

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

Peasant Ecology in the Rural Philippines
26 minutes, color, 1/2 inch, VHS.

University Park, PA: Pennsylvania State

University, Audio-Visual Services, 1971.
Illustrates wet rice cultivation from plowing to harvest, examines vegetable and fruit production, and shows housing and village industries of a rural tropical area in the Philippines. Shows how poor diets restrict growth and health of children and illustrates the complexity of relationships between culture patterns, physical environment, and limited technology.
UH MANOA VIDEOTAPE 1710

Pelikula: A Video Documentary on

Philippine Film 1897–1960
45 minutes, color with b&w sequences, 1/2

inch + text, VHS. Manila, Philippines:

Sentrong Pangkultura ng Pilipinas, 1992.
Explores the origins of local Philippine film and cinema in the late 19th century, up until the mid 20th century. Discusses key contributors and films, as well as their social and political influences on society. (Accompanied by text, Pelikula: An Essay on the Philippine Film by Agustin L. Sotto, 1992, 49 pages.)
UH MANOA VIDEOTAPE 7781; Text

Pelikula: A Video Documentary on Philippine Film, 1961–1992
38 minutes, color with b&w sequences, 1/2

inch + text, VHS. Manila, Philippines:

Sentrong Pangkultura ng Pilipinas, 1992.
Explores the contemporary Philippine film industry and discusses the way it has shaped modern society, as well as how society has shaped it. (Accompanied by text, Pelikula: An Essay on the Philippine Film: 1961–1992 by Bienvenido L. Lumbera, 1992, 41 pages.)
UH MANOA VIDEOTAPE 7783; Text

People Power (See The United States and the Philippines: In Our Image: People Power; U.S. and the Philippines; In Our Image; Colonial Days; 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

People Power & Marcos Exercise (See

People Power: The Philippine Experience)
60 minutes, color, 1/2 inch, VHS. Manila,

Philippines: Communication Foundation for

Asia, Electronic Media Division, 1986.
News coverage of the 1986 revolution that overthrew the Marcos regime in the Philippines.
UH MANOA VIDEOTAPE 1782

People Power: The Philippine Experience

People Power & Marcos Exercise
60 minutes, color, 1/2 inch, VHS. Manila,

Philippines: Communication Foundation for

Asia, Electronic Media Division, 1986.
News coverage of the 1986 revolution that overthrew the Marcos regime in the Philippines.
UH MANOA VIDEOTAPE 1782

People’s Revolution and Magkaisa
60 minutes, color, 1/2 inch, VHS.

S.l.: Robert Garon, 1986.


News footage of events that took place during the revolution that removed Ferdinand Marcos from power. Includes speeches, view of crowds, defections of Marcos troops to the revolutionaries, and other spontaneous events of the people’s uprising.
UH MANOA VIDEOTAPE 1174

Perfumed Nightmare (See Mababangong Bangungot)
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

Perjuangan Untuk Pembebasan (See The

Fight for Freedom (Perjuangan Untuk

Pembebasan); and MILF-Berjuang

Negara Islam)
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

Pete Tagalog and the Ota Camp Struggle
100 minutes, color with b&w sequences, 1/2

inch, VHS. Pearl City, HI: Leeward

Community College, 1977.
Recalls the days of struggles in protesting the eviction of members of Ota camp and discusses the evolution of this Filipino social movement in Waipahu during the early 1970s.
UH MANOA VIDEOTAPE 3627

WINDWARD CC VIDEOTAPE DU629.W3 T33 1977



Pete Tagalog Talks of Early Days in

Waipahu
15 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 3612

WINDWARD CC VIDEORECORDING DU629.W3 T332 1977

Philippine Culture in Hawai‘i, c1987
30 minutes, color, 1/2 inch, VHS. Honolulu,

HI: Oceanic Cable Community

Programming Center, 1987. Series:

Celebrate Hawai‘i, no.16.


Features costumes and dances of the Philippines with host Zachary Labez. Shows the variety of dance styles from all parts of the Philippines and from various periods. Includes a demonstration of Filipino cookery.
UH MANOA VIDEOTAPE 1864

Philippine Culture in Hawai‘i, c1988
30 minutes, color, 1/2 inch, VHS. Honolulu,

HI: Oceanic Cable Community

Programming Center, 1988. Continuation of

earlier program with same title issued as



Celebrate Hawai‘i, no.16.
Features dances of the Philippines with the Sulyap Philippine Cultural Group directed by Zack Labez. Also includes demonstration of Filipino cookery by Amelia Jacang.
UH MANOA VIDEOTAPE 1880

The Philippine Economy: Development for

All
10 minutes, color, 1/2 inch, VHS. Manila,

Philippines: National Media Production

Center for the Central Bank of the

Philippines, 197-.


Features the economic resurgence of the Philippines under President Ferdinand Marcos in the areas of industrial diversification, new society agrarian reforms, foreign investments, and government revenues.
UH MANOA VIDEOTAPE 14045

Philippine Festivals and Fiestas: Songs

and Dances
90 minutes, color, 1/2 inch, VHS. Los

Angeles, CA: Philippine Video Library,

198-.
Documentary featuring cultural festivals, folk dances and songs by top entertainers of the Philippines. Offers a treasure trove of Philippine culture that is thrilling, vibrant, and captivating.
UH MANOA VIDEOTAPE 1382

Philippine Folkdances (Volume 1)

Philippine Folkdances for Leisure Viewing and Instruction (Volume 1)

Philippine Folk Dances (Volume 1)
35 minutes, color, 1/2 in.

Ypsilanti, MI: JORD Video Corp., 1995.


Shows you how to dance the Bumaya and Kayabang folkdances of the Igorot tribe from northern Luzon. Also shows the Malong-Malong and Singkil dances of the Muslims from the southern regions.

UH HILO VIDEOTAPE GV14, pt.1


Philippine Folkdances (Volume 2)

Philippine Folkdances for Leisure Viewing and Instruction (Volume 2)

Philippine Folk Dances (Volume 2)
33 minutes, color, 1/2 inch

Ypsilanti, MI: JORD Video Corp., 1995


Learn as you watch the famous dances of the Tagalog region such as the Sayaw sa Bangko, Palo-Palo, Salakot, and Tinikling.
UH HILO VIDEOTAPE GV14, pt.2

Philippine Folkdances (Volume 3)

Philippine Folkdances for Leisure Viewing and Instruction (Volume 3)

Philippine Folk Dances (Volume 3)
35 minutes, color, 1/2 inch

Ypsilanti, MI: JORD Video Corp., 1995.


Learn as you watch the Spanish influenced dances of yester years such as the Pandango sa Ilaw, Polka sa Plaza, Simpatica, and the La Jota Moncadena.
UH HILO VIDEOTAPE GV14, pt.3

Philippine Folkdances for Leisure Viewing

and Instruction (Volume 1) [See Philippine

Folkdances (Volume 1); and Philippine

Folk Dances (Volume 1)]
35 minutes, color, 1/2 in. Ypsilanti, MI:

JORD Video Corp., 1995.


Shows you how to dance the Bumaya and Kayabang folkdances of the Igorot tribe from northern Luzon. Also shows the Malong-Malong and Singkil dances of the Muslims from the southern regions.

UH HILO VIDEOTAPE GV14, pt.1



Philippine Folkdances for Leisure Viewing

and Instruction (Volume 2) [See Philippine

Folkdances (Volume 2); and Philippine

Folk Dances (Volume 2)]
33 minutes, color, 1/2 inch. Ypsilanti, MI:

JORD Video Corp., 1995


Learn as you watch the famous dances of the Tagalog region such as the Sayaw sa Bangko, Palo-Palo, Salakot, and Tinikling.
UH HILO VIDEOTAPE GV14, pt.2

Philippine Folkdances for Leisure Viewing

and Instruction (Volume 3) [See Philippine

Folkdances (Volume 3); and Philippine

Folk Dances (Volume 3)]
35 minutes, color, 1/2 inch. Ypsilanti, MI:

JORD Video Corp., 1995.


Learn as you watch the Spanish influenced dances of yester years such as the Pandango sa Ilaw, Polka sa Plaza, Simpatica, and the La Jota Moncadena.
UH HILO VIDEOTAPE GV14, pt.3

Philippine Folk Dances (Volume 1) [See

Philippine Folkdances (Volume 1); and

Philippine Folkdances for Leisure Viewing

and Instruction (Volume 1)]
35 minutes, color, 1/2 in. Ypsilanti, MI:

JORD Video Corp., 1995.


Shows you how to dance the Bumaya and Kayabang folkdances of the Igorot tribe from northern Luzon. Also shows the Malong-Malong and Singkil dances of the Muslims from the southern regions.
UH HILO VIDEOTAPE GV14, pt.1

Philippine Folk Dances (Volume 2) [See

Philippine Folkdances (Volume 2); and

Philippine Folkdances for Leisure Viewing

and Instruction (Volume 2)]
33 minutes, color, 1/2 inch

Ypsilanti, MI: JORD Video Corp., 1995


Learn as you watch the famous dances of the Tagalog region such as the Sayaw sa Bangko, Palo-Palo, Salakot, and Tinikling.
UH HILO VIDEOTAPE GV14, pt.2

Philippine Folk Dances (Volume 3) [See

Philippine Folkdances (Volume 3); and

Philippine Folkdances for Leisure Viewing

and Instruction (Volume 3)]
35 minutes, color, 1/2 inch

Ypsilanti, MI: JORD Video Corp., 1995.


Learn as you watch the Spanish influenced dances of yester years such as the Pandango sa Ilaw, Polka sa Plaza, Simpatica, and the La Jota Moncadena.
UH HILO VIDEOTAPE GV14, pt.3

The Philippines
60 minutes, color, 1/2 inch, VHS. Honolulu,

HI: ATTN. Telecast on the program First



Friday, The Unauthorized News, September

4, 1987.
Threat of teachers’ union strike is over and settlement looks fairly good; Bishop Estate trustees receive more money; Chamber of Commerce encourages young people to stay in poverty level jobs; water for irrigation discounts are threatened; etc. Guest Dr. Belinda Aquino, author of The Politics of Plunder, The Philippines Under Marcos, discusses the politics, history, and the problems of this area. Video shows latest successful coup.


UH MANOA VIDEOTAPE S00010 1987 SEP

The Philippines After Marcos (Honolulu

Peace Talks #4)
60 minutes, color, 3/4 inch, VHS. Honolulu,

HI: UH Peace Crew, March 1986.

Originally aired on Oceanic Cablevision,

Channel 20.


Discussion concerning changes in the Philippines, proposed government changes, and U.S. involvement in those changes as a result of the overthrow of Marcos.
UH MANOA VIDEOTAPE 800

Philippines: Angels of the Night

Angels of the Night
45 minutes, color, 1/2 inch, VHS. Princeton,

NJ: Films for the Humanities & Sciences,

2000. Originally produced in 1999.
Prostitution is the occupation of necessity for supporting impoverished millions residing in the slums of Manila. This program tracks the lives of three girl prostitutes, ages 11–13, over a five-year period, during which one becomes a pimp, another a drug addict, and the third vanishes, presumed dead. Efforts by family planning organizations such as UNICEF sponsored Reah Out and the Apelo Women’s Health clinics are described, as well as the Roman Catholic point of view. (In English and Tagalog with English voiceovers.)
UH MANOA VIDEOTAPE 18894

Philippines, A Cultural Experience
81 minutes, color, 1/2 inch, VHS.

Los Angeles, CA: Philippine Video Library, 198-.


Contents:

“Philippine Dances, An Expression of Life” (29 minutes)

Fiesta Islands, Festivals of the Philippines” (21 minutes)

“Philippine Foods” (13 minutes)

“Weddings in the Philippines” (18 minutes)
Covers the rich and diverse heritage as well as customs of the people in the Philippines in such areas as dances, festivals, food, and weddings.
UH MANOA VIDEOTAPE 3592

Philippines, The Furthest Cross
48 minutes, color, 1/2 inch, VHS. Chicago,

IL: Films Inc., between 1978 and 1988. Originally released as motion picture in 1977 under series title “Asian Insight,” Program 4.


Provides insight into the historical and cultural background of the Philippines, emphasizing the problem of identity: to be Asian or otherwise. Tells how the Philippines has been colonized twice, by the Spanish, who brought Christianity and a complex social structure, and by the Americans.
KAUAI CC VIDEOTAPE 396

The Philippines: Gateway to the Far East
11 minutes, color, 1/2 inch, VHS.

Coronet Instructional Films, 1957.


Discusses past history, present activities, and direction of future growth in the Philippines. Includes views of farm and city life, showing raw materials and aspects of production and education in the Philippines.
UH MANOA VIDEOTAPE 7061

The Philippines: Life, Death and

Revolution
55 minutes, color, 1/2 inch, VHS. New

York, NY: Downtown TV Center, 1986.


Explores problems and social inequalities in the daily lives of a cross section of Filipinos, such as a pregnant 18-year-old foraging in a dump, tuberculosis hospital patients two to a bed while a new facility stands empty, the thousands of squatters in shacks on the site of planned housing whose funding vanished through graft while a real estate agent offers mansions to foreigners, and armed conflict in Mindanao between rebels and Philippine marines.
UH MANOA VIDEOTAPE 2222

Philippines: A Mission to Palawan
30 minutes, color, 1/2 inch, VHS.

Honolulu, HI: KGMB, 1987.


KGMB News report of Stacy Sakamoto’s 1987 trip to Palawan in the Philippines accompanying the Aloha Medical Mission, a group of physicians bringing medical and surgical treatment to this rural area.
UH MANOA VIDEOTAPE 1161

The Philippines: Pearls of the Pacific
57 minutes, color, 1/2 inch, VHS.

San Ramon, CA: International Video Network, 1996.


Embark on an island-hopping adventure across 7,000 beautiful islands and discover a land of incredible variety, from the pine mountains of the Cordillera to the Palawan rain forests and the tropical beaches of Boracay. Watch Aeta tribesmen practice ancient jungle skills and marvel at the mountainside rice terraces the Ifugao people call the “staircases to heaven.” See fiestas, Spanish haciendas, psychic surgeons, and the caves of St. Paul’s Park.
UH MANOA VIDEOTAPE 12763

Philippines: The Price of Power
29 minutes, color, 1/2 inch, VHS.

New York, NY: Icarus Films, 1986.


Discusses the economic and political climate that brought about the fall of the Marcos government. Focuses on the people in the Cordillera region and also portrays the consequences of development and the plight of the Philippine people.
UH MANOA VIDEOTAPE 1260

The Philippines: Visions & Dreams
30 minutes, color, 1/2 inch, VHS.

Honolulu, HI: KGMB, 1987.


Portrays the dreams of older Filipinos who had returned to their homeland after a life of struggle in Hawai‘i and visions of young Filipinos about to emigrate to Hawai‘i. Features the Ramos brothers, who retired in the Philippines as wealthy men after laboring in Hawai‘i, and two children of the Baradis family who plan to emigrate to Hawai‘i to escape their poverty.
UH MANOA VIDEOTAPE 1048

Philippines: Zones of Peace
60 minutes, color, 1/2 inch, VHS. Honolulu,

HI: ATTN. Telecast on the program First



Friday, The Unauthorized News, April 6,

1990.
Panel discusses sexual harassment at UHM; the labor news/Local 5 settlement; bus drivers; ceded lands settlement and public opposition; taxes; legislature; $100,000 for Christopher Columbus celebration after the struggle for Martin Luther King Day; geothermal; and a commentary on AIDS. Bishop Antonio Fortich, a Philippine Peace activist discusses the Zones for Peace.


UH MANOA VIDEOTAPE S00010 1990 APR

Pidgin
60 minutes, color, 1/2 inch, VHS. Honolulu,

HI: ATTN. Telecast on the program First



Friday, The Unauthorized News, October 2,

1987.
Panel discusses the conflict between the United Public Workers and the teamsters; the protest against Kaiser’s desire for development at Sandy Beach; housing costs in Hawai‘i; and news on Fiji, the Philippines, Belau, Japan, and New Caledonia. Guest Charlene Sato, an assistant professor for English as a second language, speaks of pidgin, the Hawai‘i Creole English. She highlights the Board of Education’s anti-pidgin stand and the cases that are in court on employment discrimination and racism by people who do not speak standard English.


UH MANOA VIDEOTAPE S00010 1987 OCT

Pieces of a Dream
30 minutes, color with b&w sequences, 1/2 inch, VHS.

Los Angeles, CA: Visual Communications, 1974. Originally issues as a motion picture.


An overview of the struggles of Asian Americans, specifically the Chinese, Japanese, and Filipinos, who settled and worked in the Sacramento River Delta area.
UH MANOA VIDEOTAPE 4098

Pilipinas Circa 1907
100 minutes, color, 1/2 inch, VHS.

Honolulu, HI: Videoshots Hawai‘i, 1989.

Presented at Kennedy Theatre, University of

Hawai‘i at Manoa.


When her fiancé breaks their engagement believing that she had cheated on him, a Filipino woman must resist the temptation to lose her Philippine identity and marry an American who only wants to use her. At the same time her fellow countrymen are also struggling with becoming Americanized and also being used by the Americans. Set in the Philippines. Based on Filipinas Para Los Filipinos by Severino Reyes.
UH MANOA VIDEOTAPE 3533 (2 copies)

The Pilipino Immigrants
32 minutes, color, 1/2 inch + guide, VHS.

S.l.: Pilipino Development Associates,

1974.
Documents the contemporary experience and struggle of Filipinos in America. Traces their problems from their journey to the United States to their efforts in overcoming unemployment, poor housing, cultural differences, and isolation.
UH MANOA VIDEOTAPE 8283, Guide

Pinoy/Blonde
95 minutes, color, 4 ¾ inches, DVD. Sta

Monica, California: Unico Home

Entertainment, 2005
On his hospital bed, a dying uncle gives his

nephews Andrew and Conrad one final

instruction: deliver a brown bag in exchange

for a package, no questions asked. The

cousins, two film school geeks, dutifully

take the bag to the drop-off point, Hotel

Maricopa, a creepy, decrepit, abandoned

hotel filled with strange underworld

characters.
UH MANOA DVD 4807
Pinoy
29 minutes, color, 1/2 inch, VHS. Lincoln,

NE: Great Plains National Instructional

Television Library, 1982. Produced in

1979 by the Educational Film Center,

Springfield, Virginia.
A 74-year old Filipino housing activist recalls the early days of Filipino immigration to America. (Closed captioned for the hearing impaired.)
UH MANOA VIDEOTAPE 137

Pinoy jazz, the story of jazz in the

Philippines (Variant Title:  Story of jazz in the Philippines Jazz in the Philippines)
59 minutes, sd., col.; 4 3/4 in, 1 videodisc

(DVD). Publisher: Richie Quirino and

Collis Davis, 2006.
Based on Richie Quirino's book Pinoy jazz

traditions. Documentation of the develop-

ment of jazz in the Philippines, from its

infancy in 1898, when Filipinos were first

exposed to black music performed by

African-American soldiers, to its present

day maturity in which musicians are turning

to indigenous sources for inspiration.

Incorporating historical still photography, turn-of-the-century film footage, maps, old recordings, present day performances and interviews with veteran and contemporary musicians, the video presents a view into the almost forgotten history of the art of jazz as it developed in the Philippines over the last century.

UH MANOA DVD 7812


Pinay Pie
105 minutes, 4 ¾ inches, DVD.

Manila, Philippines: Star Recording, c2003.


A funny yet endearing story of friendship among three fantastic and fearless females who have had dreadful experiences with men.

In Tagalog, with English subtitles.


UH MANOA DVD 4561

Planet Philippines
1 videodisc (51 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 inches

Publisher: [Manila : GMA Network, 2008]

GMA News and Public Affairs special ; hosted by Richard Gutierrez ; overall in charge of production, Marissa L. Flores.
One of the most thought-provoking and comprehensive environmental documentaries ever seen

on local television. Journeys into the best-kept secrets of the natural world where life and the

amazing systems that support it are an everyday spectacle. It is and impressive compilation of

moving images showcasing the country's finest natural treasures. (In Tagalog with English

subtitles.)
UH MANOA DVD 10129

A Plantation Celebration
60 minutes, color with b&w sequences, 1/2

inch, VHS. Honolulu, HI: KITV, Originally

telecast on the program Emme’s Island

Moments, December 24, 1995.
Explores the history of Christmas celebration on Hawai‘i’s plantations. Examines various cultural customs, including those from the Portuguese, missionary, Puerto Rican, Japanese and Filipino communities. Includes musical performances of Christmas songs from local musicians, taped at the Hawai‘i Plantation Village in Waipahu.
UH MANOA VIDEOTAPE 12889

AV Center use only—no bookings.

Not licensed for campus TV.

Portrait of Guam (Volume 11. The Philippine Connection)
30 minutes, color with b&w sequences, 1/2

inch, VHS. Agana, GU: KGTF-TV, 1989–

1990. Originally telecast on KGTF-TV,

Channel 12, Agana, Guam.


A twelve-part documentary, which highlights the history, culture, social institutions, and people of Guam.
UH MANOA VIDEOTAPE 7930,

Volume 11



Portraits of the Filipina
112 minutes, color, 1/2 inch, VHS. Manila,

Philippines: Cultural Center of the

Philippines, 1987. Videotape of a Philippine

television broadcast aired on Channel 7,

May 14, 1989.
Ballet Philippines pays tribute to the Filipina, featuring the choreography of Alice Reyes and music/songs by Inang Laya. Host Helen Vela interviews the choreographer, composers, and dancers. (In Tagalog.)
UH MANOA VIDEOTAPE 10780

The Price of Empire (See This Bloody,

Blundering Business)
30 minutes, b&w, 1/2 inch, VHS.

S.l.: Cinema Guild, 1992.


Traces the history of American intervention in the Philippines following the Spanish-American War until 1946, concentrating on the Revolution of 1898–1901 and the period immediately following. Reveals the nature of American attitudes toward Third World peoples and cultures and offers insights into the parallels of that period with contemporary American foreign policy.
UH MANOA VIDEOTAPE 7039

Private Wars
67 minutes, color with b&w sequences, 1/2

inch, VHS. Philippines, 1996.


An autobiographical documentary, which traces the filmmaker's search for his missing alcoholic father, who is traumatized by the horrors of World War II. Presents a powerful narrative of how war destroys families and how each person has to find inner peace and heal from their wounds of the past. (In English and Tagalog with English subtitles.)
UH MANOA VIDEOTAPE 16805

Pussycat III
28 minutes, color, 1/2 inch + guide VHS.

S.l.: s.n., 1990.


Discusses the exploitation of young Filipino women who are attracted to Olongapo, Philippines, to work as “hospitality women” who cater to American servicemen at the U.S. Subic Naval Base. (Accompanied by guide.)
UH MANOA VIDEOTAPE 8969; Guide

Quiet Places: A Look at Ecotourism in the

Philippines
32 minutes, color, 1/2 inch, VHS. Manila,

Philippines?: Bookmark Video, 1998.


“Find your way to extraordinary places on the archipelago where ecotourism in the marine and riverine settings is being promoted, with remarkable results… Meet some people who are playing important roles in the promotion of the new thrusts for an industry dedicated more and more to conserving nature's gifts, while paving the way for economic progress”—Container.
UH MANOA VIDEOTAPE 17078

Racism
60 minutes, color, 1/2 inch, VHS. Honolulu,

HI: ATTN. Telecast on the program First



Friday, The Unauthorized News, August

1991.
In a discussion of racism, topics include: Supreme Court nominee Clarence Thomas; Jeffrey Dahmer and related race issues in Milwaukee; United Church of Christ support of Hawaiian sovereignty; volcanic activity and US military bases in the Philippines; development of Hana, Maui, by Keola Hana Maui; and nuclear waste dumping and defueling in the Pacific. Maori film and documentary maker Merata Mita discusses her work and the role of film in reclaiming Maori identity.


UH MANOA VIDEOTAPE S00010 1991 AUG

The Real Glory
96 minutes, b&w, 1/2 inch, VHS.

New York, NY: HBO Video, 1992.


Shoot-’em-up action drama set in the Philippines in the aftermath of the Spanish American war as our heroes defend a lone outpost against marauders.
UH MANOA VIDEOTAPE 10529

Relasyon
106 minutes, color, 4 ¾ inches, DVD. Los

Angeles, California: Unico Home

Entertainment, 2005
Marilou pursues an affair with Emil, a

college teacher separated from his wife.

When they move in together, she discovers

him to be domineering and emotionally

abusive. She limits their meetings to protect

herself, but must decide how much she

loves him when Emil becomes sick and

needs her by his side.


UH MANOA DVD 5224

Republic of the Philippines
18 minutes, color, 1/2 inch, VHS. S.l.:

United World Films. Released by Universal

Education and Visual Arts, 1958.
Presents the Philippine archipelago of 7,083 islands, its physical geography, agriculture and natural resources. Also depicts the family life of the people.
UH MANOA VIDEOTAPE 7147

Resource at Risk
43 minutes, color, ½ inch, VHS

Makati City, Moving Images Creative Team, 2000.


Documentary film about the Manobo people and wildlife living on the Agusan River Valley. Tells how the Manobo nurture and protect the their environment and how the environment directs their daily life. Includes information about the deforestation of the Philippines and how this has degraded the river through erosion. Speaks to the increased flooding and bad water quality because of logging. Addresses problems surrounding plans to turn the marsh into an agricultural area.
UH MANOA VIDEOTAPE 20503

Return to Lakag
33 minutes, color, 1/2 inch, VHS. Manila,

Philippines: Philippine Peasant Institute,

Frontier Productions, 1992.
Features the T’boli, an indigenous Philippine tribe that is struggling to regain its ancestral lands in South Cotabato, Mindanao, which were converted into a cattle ranch nearly 30 years ago. (In English and T’boli with English subtitles.)
UH MANOA VIDEOTAPE 11532

Rich Boy, Poor Boy (See Anak Mayaman, Anak Mahirap; A Boy Named Cocoy)
94 minutes, color, 1/2 inch, VHS.

S.l.: Dreamquest International, 1992.


Stories of the relationship between two boys in the Philippines. (Tagalog with English subtitles.)
UH MANOA VIDEOTAPE 14034

Rizal sa Dapitan
90 minutes, color, 4 ¾ inches, DVD

Quezon City, Philippines: Viva Video, 2005


A biographical film of the great national hero of the Philippines, beginning with his quiet life as a doctor in the provincial city of Dapitan.
UH MANOA DVD 5131

A Rustling of Leaves
112 minutes, color, 1/2 inch, VHS. Santa

Monica, CA: Empowerment Project, 1988.


Shot over eight months, this documentary chronicles the three points of a political triangle; the Legal left, the illegal (armed) Revolution, and the enemy which threatens them both, the armed Reactionary Right.
UH MANOA VIDEOTAPE 7016

Sakada Generation (See Aloha Philippines: The Sakada Generation)
60 minutes, color with b&w sequences, 1/2 inch, VHS.

Honolulu, HI: KITV, Telecast March 14,

1996.
This program looks at the Filipino community in Hawai‘i, tracing its roots 90 years ago, to the first sugar plantation immigrants called sakadas.
UH MANOA VIDEOTAPE 12348

Saksi sa Kasaysayan
360 minutes (3 videocassettes), color, 1/2

inch, VHS. Quezon City, Philippines: GMA

Network, 2001.
Contents:

Part 1: “Erap sa Harap ng Pagsubok”

Part 2: “The President on Trial”

Part 3: “People Power II”


The story of the election and impeachment of President Joseph Ejercito Estrada, told in video news documentary.

UH MANOA VIDEOTAPE 18854, Volumes 1–3



Sa Liyab ng Libong Sulo
60 minutes, color with b&w sequences, 1/2

inch, VHS. Manila, Philippines, 1997.


A historical overview of the political and military history of the Philippine Islands from the 17th century to the 1990's. (In Tagalog.)
UH MANOA VIDEOTAPE 18647

Saludo (See Bayanihan Philippine Dance Company)
43 minutes, color, 1/2 inch, VHS. Manila,

Philippines: Distributed by Jord Video

Corporation, 199-.
Concert performance of a dance drama and

various folk dances.


UH MANOA VIDEOTAPE 10011

Santa Santita (also Magdalena)
108 minutes, color, 4 ¾ inches, DVD

Makati City: Unico Entertainment, 2005


The daughter of a woman who earns her

living as a prayer woman is seduced by a

bad man and runs away breaking her

mother’s heart. After her mother dies, the

daughter takes over her mother’s business

and begins to work miracles. Her husband

asks her to bring back his dead son. Can she

do it? Will God grant this prayer?


UH MANOA DVD 5206

Savage Acts

Wars, Fairs and Empire
30 minutes, color with b&w sequences, 1/2

inch + guide, VHS. New York, NY:

American Social History Productions, Inc.,

1995.
Uses historic documents and film clips to describe American colonial expansion and imperialistic worldview in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. Includes viewer's guide (1 v., various paging: ill.; 28 cm.), printed from the project's website at http://www.ashp.cuny.edu/video/acts-guide.html


UH MANOA VIDEOTAPE 12092 (2 copies); Guide

Sayaw: A Documentary on the Spanish

Influence on Philippine Dance

Video Documentary on the Spanish

Influence on Philippine Dance
35 minutes, color, 1/2 inch + text, VHS.

Manila, Philippines: Sentrong Pangkultura

ng Pilipinas, 1992.
Describes the different kinds of European and Mexican dances the Spanish brought to the Philippines, giving special emphasis to jota, balse, pandanggo, habanera, escotis, mazurka, paseo, marcha, and pasodoble and showing elements that have been incorporated into traditional dances. (Accompanied by text, Sayaw: An Essay on the Spanish Influence on Philippine Dance by Lucretia T. Urtula and Prosperidad Arandez, 1992, 45 pages.)
UH MANOA VIDEOTAPE 7815; Text (2

copies)
Sayaw: A video documentary on the



American colonial and contemporary

traditions in Philippine dance
60 minutes, color, ½ inch + + 1book (43 p. :

ill.) , VHS. Manila: Cultural Center of the

Philippines, 1994. Author: Basilio Esteban

S. Villaruz.


Sayaw, a video and an essay on the

American colonial and contemporary

traditions in Philippine dance.
UH MANOA VIDEOTAPE 21736

Second class veterans producer, director,

camera, editor
30 minutes, color, ½ inch videocassette, sd.

Donald Young ; co-producer, Vida

Benavides. San Francisco, CA : NAATA,

2002.
A profile of Filipino American photographer Rick Rocamora and his tireless efforts to document and reveal the little-known story of Filipino World War II veterans who live in the United States. Since 1992, his powerful black and white photos have been critical in educating the public about the lives of these American heroes. This video also reveals the veterans' dramatic struggle for military benefits first promised and later rescinded by the U.S. Government.

UH MANOA VIDEOTAPE 20637

Segurista
2 video discs, color, 4 ¾ inches, DVD

Manila: Neon Films, 1995; Quezon City:

(Distributor) Viva Video, 2001
A woman made destitute by the eruption of

Mount Pinatubo works as an insurance

agent and also in a night club.
UH MANOA DVD 5184

Self-Help Housing
60 minutes, color, 1/2 inch, VHS. Honolulu,

HI: ATTN. Telecast on the program First



Friday, The Unauthorized News, October 6,

1989.
Commentators discuss Hawaiian sovereignty; the Philippines—Marcos’ death and the media; geothermal in Hawai‘i; golf course expansion; and Pacific news—New Zealand, militarization of the “drug war” and housing in Hawai‘i. Includes a taped segment from Maili Ohana. Claudia Shay from the Self-help Housing Corporation gives a description of what the corporation does and how and what will qualify a family for its assistance.


UH MANOA VIDEOTAPE S00010 1989

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