10 minutes, color, 1/2 inch, VHS.
San Francisco, CA: Distributed by NAATA
Features Filipino youth playing stereotyped Hollywood roles at a beach with dancing, surfing and American lifeguards.
UH MANOA VIDEOTAPE 13688
Background: Southeast Asia
28 minutes, b&w, 1/2 inch, VHS.
Washington, DC: Directorate for Armed
Forces Information and Education, 196-.
Originally issued as a motion picture.
Military and political history of Southeast Asia from 1945 to the early 1960s. Includes Philippines, Malaya, Korea, Formosa, Tibet, Vietnam, Laos, Cambodia, and Thailand. Outlines U.S. interest and intervention against the influence of Communist forces.
UH MANOA VIDEOTAPE 10458
108 minutes, b&w ½ inch VHS
Manila, Philippines: LVN Pictures, 2004
Hassan, the son of a tribe chief of the Badjao, a pagan, sea-dwelling Filipino tribe, meets and falls for Bala-amai, the niece of the chief of the Moros, an Islamic, land-dwelling tribe. Although Hassan is willing to give up his lifestyle for Bala-amai and vice versa, the Moros plot to break up the union of the happy couple. -- IMDb website.
UH MANOA VIDEOTAPE 21725
135 minutes, color, ½ inch VHS. San
Francisco, CA: Regal Home Entertainment, 2004
A Muslim family in war-torn Mindanao struggle with conflicting ideals and beliefs.
(In Tagalog. Credits in English)
UH MANOA VIDEOTAPE 21664
DVD Recording (No call number available)
Bahay, Houses in the Philippines through
the Years (See Fiesta, Philippine Rituals
and Festivals; Bahay, Houses in the
Philippines through the Years; and Fiesta,
Philippine Rituals and Festivals)
50 minutes, color, 1/2 inch, VHS.
Manila, Philippines: Produced for the
ASEAN Television Cultural Exchange
Programme by the National Media
Production Center, 198-.
The first segment focuses on a variety of Philippine festivals, some of which are of Spanish origin and are celebrated to honor planting, harvesting, fertility, and religious deities. The second portion discusses Philippine dwellings from the simple and cool thatched hut to the modern and ornate home.
UH MANOA VIDEOTAPE 3593
The Bajao: Seagoing Nomads
18 minutes, color, 1/2 inch, VHS.
New York, NY: Phoenix/BFA Films &
Describes the life-style of Bajao nomads of Southeast Asia, who spend most of their lives on outrigger canoes traveling from the coral reefs and uninhabited islands between the Philippines, Indonesia, and Malaysia. Shows a family as they fish, hunt for food and water on an uninhabited island, and gather with other Bajaos to repair canoes, gossip, and participate in special ceremonies.
UH MANOA VIDEOTAPE 12333
Bakwet, Refugees in their Own Land
33 minutes, color, 1/2 inch, VHS.
New York, NY: Cinema Guild, 1989.
Takes a look at the human rights situation in the Philippines, examines the underlying causes of the forced evacuation of thousands of Filipino peasants from their homes, and considers possible solutions to the present situation.
UH MANOA VIDEOTAPE 6833
Balweg: the rebel priest
2 videodiscs, color, 4 ¾ inches
Diliman, Quezon City, Philippines: Viva
The story of Father Conrado Balweg, a
Catholic priest who began his revolutionary
career in 1979. He defended the ancestral
land rights of the Tinggians, of Abra
Province in the Cordillera Mountains of
Northern Luzon, against government-backed
mining operations. Abandoned by the
Church and hunted by the government, he
goes underground and joins the Communist
Party of the Philippines/New People’s
UH MANOA DVD 5042
30 minutes, color, 1/2 inch, VHS.
Maryknoll, NY: Maryknoll World
This documentary shows how millions of children are sacrificed for the sake of financial stability. The video traces the post-World War II change that led to the current world economic order. Viewers travel to three continents for reports.
UH MANOA VIDEOTAPE 12087
Banking on Life and Debt: Update 2000
28 minutes, color, 1/2 inch, VHS.
Maryknoll, NY: Maryknoll World Productions, 2000.
Demonstrates how millions of children are sacrificed for the sake of financial stability. Traces the post-World War II change which led to the current world economic order. Viewers travel to three continents for reports from Ghana, Brazil, and the Philippines.
UH MANOA VIDEOTAPE 19308
Banzai!: Japan Strikes, December 1941
52 minutes, color with b&w sequences, 1/2
inch, VHS. New York, NY: Thorn EMI
Japan, seeking unrestricted access to raw materials she needs for expansion, tires of negotiations and strikes at Pearl Harbor, inflicting a severe blow to American naval power. In a few months, Japan demonstrates how ill-prepared the Allies are, sweeping forward to capture Hong Kong, Burma, Malaya, Singapore, the Dutch East Indies, and the Philippines.
UH MANOA VIDEOTAPE 746
KAUAI CC VIDEOTAPE 214-87
Pasig City: Regal Capital, Inc., 2006
Four diverse barrio women whose sole
similarity is their individual repression find
salvation and self-worth through the town’s
"Baryoke" (barrio karaoke). Lea is an
orphan working as a maid in a nearby town,
forced to swallow the daily humiliation
from her employer. Perla is a bored and
sexually stagnate wife wanting to leave her
husband but does not have the courage to do
so. Joan is a young prostitute on the verge
of exposing the town priest as her most
persistent client. Diana is a public school
teacher who turned catatonic upon the death
of her husband and children.
UH MANOA DVD 5197