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Films on Demand Streaming Videos
Films on Demand is multidisciplinary collection of films, available to watch online or in the classroom.
The collection contains clips of the culture history, social conditions, traditions and customs of Philippines. Following is a sample video.
Shrimp Farming in the Philippines
Other Films on Demand Titles
"Director Eric Byler discusses the lack of Asian male heroes in Hollywood movies. Change agents are writers, directors, and actors. "The Debut" (2000) is the one of the first Filipino-American films produced."
United News, Release 12 (1942): U.S. Marines Battle Japanese in Pacific
"This World War II-era newsreel includes the following segments: 1. Marines train in the U.S. and set up an operations post in the Pacific. Admiral Byrd. 2. Women make dirigibles; a pipe line is laid from Texas to Illinois; ships are launched in Maine; children camp in New Jersey. 3. Philippine soldiers train in California. 4. The "Flying Tigers" in China become part of the Army Air Forces. Wings and insignias are presented to the airmen. General Chennault. (9 minutes)"
Filipino Migrant Center in Japan
"A Filipina performer relocated to Japan on an entertainer visa—and was forced into hostessing at a Tokyo nightclub. Today, her organization, the Filipino Migrant Center, helps educate Filipinas about their legal rights and how to protect themselves."
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