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Southeast Asia [videorecording] : A

cultural history

Studio City, Calif. : Sigma Educational

Films, [1990?] 1 videocassette (16 min.) : sd., col. ; 1/2 in.
On container: Distributed by MTI Film & Video, Northbrook, Illinois
VIDEOTAPE UH MANOA 7045

South Pacific-Oceania: The Philippines, Kiribati
22 minutes, color, 1/2 inch, VH S.

Princeton, NJ: Films for the Humanities &

Sciences, 1996. Videocassette release of the

1991 television production.


Cultural and environmental deprivation are featured in this program. The first part details efforts underway to improve the lives of the 150,000 people living on the “Smokey Mountain” near Manila, where the city dumps its garbage. Life on the South Pacific island of Kiribati is shown as something less than paradise. Isolation, poor soils, limited resources, scarce drinking water, and frequent devastating hurricanes make life a daily struggle for residents.
UH MANOA VIDEOTAPE 14147

The Spanish Domain
25 minutes, color, 3/4 inch, VHS.

Honolulu, HI: Academics Hawai‘i, 1981.


In 1521 Magellan reached the Philippine archipelago, and although he lost his life at the Battle of Mactan, one of his ships finally sailed on west to Spain to become the first to sail around the world. This videorecording, set within the framework of the famous Ati-Atihan Festival, tells the story of Magellan’s fateful voyage that resulted in the Philippines being subjected to more than 300 years of Spanish rule, with its people (except those of the Muslim south and the pagan north) becoming the only Christian nation in Asia.
UH MANOA VIDEOTAPE 267

Spirits Rising
56 minutes, color, 1/2 inch, VHS.

San Francisco, CA: Produced by

Spirits Rising. Distributed by

NAATA/CrossCurrent Media, 1995.


Portrays women in the Philippines and their history from pre-colonial times to the present. Includes myths, literature, news footage, and interviews with prominent individuals in Filipino politics.
UH MANOA VIDEOTAPE 12677

Strange Land: My mother's war bride

story
50 minutes, sd. Color, 4 ¾ inches

By Stephanie J. Castillo. Honolulu, Hawaii: Lena Productions, c2007


Filmmaker Stephanie J. Castillo narrates her

mother’s story as a war-bride from the

Philippines.
Leeward CC: Media Collection DVD 0393

Staying Here
28 minutes, color with b&w sequences, 1/2

inch, VHS. Lincoln, NE: Great Plains

National Instructional Television Library,

1977.
The customs, traditions, and lifestyles of Asian Americans are shown. A Filipino kitemaker, Little Tokyo, Chinatown, a Hawaiian crabber, and members of a Korean church are featured.


UH MANOA VIDEOTAPE 7919

The Tabon Caves
25 minutes, color, 3/4 inch, VHS.

Honolulu, HI: Academics Hawai‘i, 1981.


Robert B. Fox, noted American archaeologist, and Alfredo Evangelista of the Philippine National Museum explain finds made during excavations in the Tabon Caves, Philippines. These caves, located in limestone cliffs high above the South China Sea, were inhabited by early Filipino man at least 50,000 years ago. The archaeological finds include decorated funereal jars, stone tools, and skeletal remains, which raise questions of possible links with the aborigines of Australia.
UH MANOA VIDEOTAPE 262

Tales from the Philippines
45 minutes, color, 1/2 inch, VHS.

Las Cruces, NM: Alsa Balutan America Productions, 1997.


Contents:

“First Monkeys”

“Juan Tamad”

“Maria Makiling”


A hand puppet show based on Philippine legend and folktales and with Philippine music.
UH MANOA VIDEOTAPE 14823

Talking History
30 minutes, color, 1/2 inch, VHS. Oakland,

CA: Distributed by National Asian

American Telecommunications Association,

CrossCurrent Media, 1984.


Five women—Chinese, Japanese, Filipino, Korean and Hmong-talk about their lives as Asian Americans and about their social, educational, and work experiences. (In Chinese, Japanese and English; English sub-titles.)
UH MANOA VIDEOTAPE 6470

Tanging Yaman
110 minutes, color, ½ inch, VHS

San Francisco, CA: Distributed by Regal

Capital, 2003
A family drama about three adult siblings, and their bed-ridden mother. "(How) love, hope and faith (triumphs) against cynicism, materialism, and an unforgiving heart."
UH MANOA VIDEOTAPE 20385

Taraon Ti Biag: “Food for Life”

Food for Life
29 minutes, color, 1/2 inch + text, VHS.

Honolulu, HI: State Department of Health,

Nutrition Branch, 1996
Describes the health problems that Filipinos in Hawai’i often develop when they change from a traditional diet to Western foods high in meat, fat and sodium and don’t exercise enough. Cooks and gardeners show ethnic vegetables and fruits that can be grown or found in markets and give recipe ideas for healthier eating.
UH MANOA VIDEOTAPE 19135; Text

Tawagin Mo Kaming, Kabudagan
22 minutes, color, 1/2 inch, VHS.

Quezon City, Philippines: The Foundation,

199-.
Examines the lives of rural Filipino women and their families. (In Tagalog.)
UH MANOA VIDEOTAPE 17137

Temptation Island
115 minutes, color, 4 ¾ inches, DVD. Pasig

City: Regal Home Video; South San

Francisco: (Distributor) Regal Capital, Inc.,

2006
Four beauty contestants are brought together

on a yacht cruise as part of the pageant’s

semi-finals. They get marooned on a

deserted island where several mishaps and

misadventures follow their every move as

they desperately try to survive.
UH MANOA DVD 5199

Ten Years of Howie Severino
1 videodisc : sd. col. ; 4 ¾ in.

Cubao, Quezon City: Felta Multi-Media, [2007?]. GMA News and Public Service


Compilation of best television documentaries of Howie Severino during the last ten years of his service as a Filipino journalist.
UH MANOA DVD 10039

Terraces of Banaue, The Eighth Wonder

of the World
52 minutes, color, 3/4 inch, VHS.

Ypsilanti, MI: JORD Video Corp., 199-.


Discover the beauty of the rice terraces of Banaue, built over 2000 years ago by the Ifugaos, one of the oldest tribes to inhabit the mountainous northern parts of Luzon.
UH MANOA VIDEOTAPE 18549

They Were Expendable
135 minutes, b&w, 1/2 inch, VHS.

Culver City, California: MGM/UA Home

Video, 1990, 1945. Videocassette release of

the 1945 motion picture. Based on the book

by William L. White.
In the early days of World War II, the Japanese navy pressed relentlessly into the Philippines. Two American skippers are determined to prove that their small PT boats can be shaped into an effective battle fleet against the larger Japanese cruisers. Based on the book by William L. White.
UH MANOA VIDEOTAPE 5920

This Bloody, Blundering Business

The Price of Empire
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

Ties That Bind
60 minutes, color, 1/2 inch, VHS.

Honolulu, HI: KHNL, Telecast on Emme’s



Island Moments, June 9, 1996.
This program takes place in the Philippines, and it looks at the ties that bind Hawai‘i and the Philippines as they celebrate the journey of the sakada. This program checks up on the people five years after the eruption of Mount Pinatubo and discusses their current problems; looks at modern Manila and its business opportunities and as a tourist attraction; looks at how Hawai‘i was the home for the formerly exiled first family of the Marcoses and the difficulty of their return to the Philippines; and examines the modern entertainment business including music, films, and television.
UH MANOA VIDEOTAPE 13257

AV Center use only—no bookings.

Not licensed for campus TV.

Library also has preservation copy (S-VHS)



To A New Land
28 minutes, color with b&w sequences, 1/2

inch + teacher's guide, VHS. Lincoln, NE:

Great Plains National Instructional

Television Library, 1977.


Elementary school students undertake a class project to find out how and when different Asian nationalities immigrated to the United States. Chinese goldmine and railroad workers, Japanese picture brides, agricultural workers in Hawai‘i and Filipinos in Louisiana are discussed.
UH MANOA VIDEOTAPE 7920; Teacher's

Guide


To Be a Woman is to Live at a Time of

War (See Ynang-Bayan: To Be a Woman

is to Live at a Time of War)
60 minutes, color, 1/2 inch, VHS.

Quezon City, Philippines: Goethe Institute,

Mowelfund Film Institute, Philippine

Information Agency and Nick De Ocampo

in cooperation with GABRIELA, Philippine

Educational Theater Association, 1991.

Originally produced as a motion picture.
Looks at Filipino women, whose country’s history and politics are rooted in colonialism. This film investigates the patriarchal ethos governing their lives and the lives of their people by examining the women’s struggle. (In Tagalog with English subtitles.)
UH MANOA VIDEOTAPE 8947

To Sing Our Own Song
55 minutes, color, 1/2 inch, VHS.

London, England: BBC, 1982.


Examines problems in the Philippines under the repressive Marcos regime and the ways people deal with these problems. Narrated by a Filipino public service lawyer.
UH MANOA VIDEOTAPE 757

Toxic Sunset: The Trail of Hazardous

Waste from Subic and Clark
28 minutes, color, 1/2 inch, VHS.

S.l.: s.n., 1993.


Describes the toxic chemicals, industrial waste, and unexploded bombs and munitions that were discarded by American military personnel at Clark Air Base and Subic Naval Base, Philippines, after their closure. (In English; some Tagalog with English subtitles.)
UH MANOA VIDEOTAPE 10624

Tribal suite [videorecording] : [dances of

ethnic pagan origin]
2 videodiscs : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in. + 1 text (7

p. : ill. ; 22 cm.) Metro Manila, Philippines]

: Ivory Records, c2002.
Ancient rituals, chants and tribal dances

from the hinterlands of Mindanao and other

parts of the Philippines are depicted in this

suite.
UH MANOA DVD 1837



Tuli
113 minutes, color, 4 ¾ inches, DVD

Pasig City: Viva Video, 2006


Daisy, daughter of a rural town’s sole

circumciser, assists her father. She questions

her sexuality and wishes to break free from

her betrothal to a man for whom she has no

feelings.
UH MANOA DVD 5200

Turumba
94 minutes, color, 1/2 inch, VHS.

El Cerrito, CA: Flower Films, 1983.


A fiction fable on the cost of profit-fueled economy which focuses on a Philippine family that makes traditional made paper-mache animals for the Turumba religious festivities and the disruptions to family and village life when a German buyer appears for the figures and eventually turns the entire village into a jungle assembly line. The ironies of capitalism on the margin, Coca Cola ads amid the shanties and the ancient rituals, make easy targets for Tahimik’s wit, but his sharp eye never makes him seem bitter.
UH MANOA VIDEOTAPE 1510

Underseas Eden
30 minutes, color, 1/2 inch, VHS.

Marina del Rey, CA: Bennett Marine Video,

1989.
An exploration of the Philippines’ Sulu Sea, which contains some of the world’s most beautiful coral reefs, focusing on the unusual fishing patterns of the local fishermen who are destroying the reef.
UH MANOA VIDEOTAPE 5150

The United States and the Philippines: In

Our Image: People Power U.S. and the

Philippines
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

Unsung Heroes (See Unsung Heroes:

Hawai‘i's Fighting Filipinos, c1996; An

Untold Triumph; On to Bataan)

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



Unsung Heroes: Hawai‘i’s Fighting Filipinos, c1995
51 minutes, color with b&w sequences, 1/2

inch, VHS. Honolulu, HI: KITV, 1995.


Unsung Heroes: Tells the story of Filipinos from the United States and Hawai‘i and their involvement in World War II.
UH MANOA VIDEOTAPE 14003

Unsung Heroes: Hawai‘i's Fighting

Filipinos, c1996

Unsung Heroes An Untold Triumph



On to Bataan
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

An Untold Triumph (Unsung Heroes:

Hawai‘i's Fighting Filipinos, c1996;

Unsung Heroes; On to Bataan)
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


Untold Triumph: The story of the 1st & 2nd Filipino Infantry Regiments, U.S. Army
56 minutes, color, ½ inch, VHS.

Hohokus, NJ : Distributed by NAATA

Distribution, 2002.
Fueled by a love for both their homeland

and their adopted country, the 7,000 men of

the 1st and 2nd Filipino infantry regiments

fight for citizenship and a chance to serve in

the US Army. Their struggle will find its

answer in America’s war for democracy.


UH HILO VIDEOTAPE D19

Kapiolani Community College KDVD 119



U.S. and the Philippines (See The United

States and the Philippines: In Our Image:

People Power; In Our Image; 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 VIDEOTAPE 2138, Parts 1–3

KAUAI CC VIDEOTAPE 473-89, Parts 1–3

LEEWARD CC VIDEO VC 342, 343, 344

Valencia Diary
108 minutes, color with b&w sequences, ½

inch, VHS. Canberra, Australia: Released

by Ronin Films, 1992.
Presents a chronicle of the people and political events in barrio Sinayawan, a rice-growing community in the Valencia District of Mindanao Island, during the presidential election of 1986. (Chiefly in Tagalog with English subtitles; some English.)
UH MANOA VIDEOTAPE 8122

Victory at Sea (Volume 5, Series 17–21.

The Battle for Leyte Gulf and Return of

the Allies: Liberation of the Philippines)


128 minutes, b&w, 1/2 inch, VHS. Los

Angeles, CA: Embassy Home

Entertainment, 1986. Originally released by

NBC in 1952 as a 26-part documentary TV

series.
Contents:

Volume 5, Series 17: “The Turkey Shoot: Conquest of the Marianas”

Volume 5, Series 18: “Two if by Sea: Peleliu and Angaur”

Volume 5, Series 19: “The Battle for Leyte Gulf”

Volume 5, Series 20: “Return of the Allies: Liberation of the Philippines”

Volume 5, Series 21: “Full Fathom Five: U.S. Submarines, 19411945”


A documentary film about World War II featuring the high points of the war on land and sea from September 1939 to September 1945 as recorded in footage taken by Allied and Axis combat photographers.
UH MANOA VIDEOTAPE 3130, Volume

5, Series 17–21



Video Documentary on Philippine Ethnic

Literature (See Panitikan: A Documentary

on the Philippine Ethnic Literature)
UH MANOA VIDEOTAPE 7810; Text


Video Documentary on Philippine Film:
19611992 (See Pelikula: A Documentary
on Philippine Film: 19611992. Panitikan:
A Documentary on the Spanish Influence
on Philippine Literature; and Video
Documentary on the Spanish Influence on
Philippine Literature)



Video Documentary on the Spanish

Influence on Philippine Dance (See

Sayaw: A Documentary on the Spanish

Influence on Philippine Dance)


Video Documentary on the Spanish

Influence on Philippine Literature (See

Pelikula: A Documentary on Philippine

Film: 19611992. Panitikan: A

Documentary on the Spanish

Influence on Philippine Literature; and

Video Documentary on Philippine Film:

19611992)

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


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