Go to the "Advanced" tab. Type your search terms into the Search box. Further below there is a scroll box with the title "Type". With the "Ctrl" key pressed down, select these four options: Videorecording/DVD, Musical Recording, Nonmusical Recording, and Serial Videorecording/DVD.
Look at the holdings information at the bottom of the cataloging record. Many of the results will be available at the Wong A/V Center in Sinclair Library. If a video is available electronically, it will be linked in the holdings information. Click on the long URL after "Web Site/Electronic Resource"
Films on DemandFilms on Demand provides streaming access to educational videos in the humanities, social and natural sciences, business and health. Includes access to the film Made in Taiwan, which follows Oscar Kightly and Nathan Rarere as they trace their roots from Aotearoa to the Cook Islands, Samoa and Taiwan.
Micronesian Seminar VideosMicronesian Seminar has over 60 free videos available for downloading. Subjects range from the history of the islands to current social issues and health care.
Pacific Network An Internet network with multiple channels featuring news, entertainment, original programming, vintage television from Hawaiʻi, provided free to the public.
Pacific Streaming Videos Videos from Sinclair Library's collection, which have been digitized and are available for viewing on your computer (requires internet connect and valid UH-Mānoa ID/password). See especially the tab for Art, Music and Dance.
Pasifika PoetryIncludes both audio and video of poets from throughout Oceania.
PRELVideos produces by the Pacific Resources for Education and Learning and are mostly relevant to Micronesia and education.
NZ On screenExplore an excellent collection of documentaries, TV shows, and feature films from New Zealand. Includes several films about Pacific art and music.
Asia Pacific FilmsAsiaPacificFilms.com streams culturally and historically significant films from Asia and the Pacific. Titles include: The Land Has Eyes, a feature film that includes one version of the Rotuman origin story.
Eighteen images documenting the process of creating siapo -- a.k.a. tapa or kapa -- as practiced in American Samoa in the 1960s.
Douglas Oliver Bougainville Research Collection Between 1938 and 1939, Oliver conducted research on Bougainville, among the Siwai (a.k.a. Siuai) people. The majority of these images derive from that period, and were donated to the Pacific Collection following Dr. Oliver's death in 2009.
Filipino Workers in Hawaii, 1926 "Photographs in Connection with the Investigation of Working Conditions of Filipino Laborers on Hawaiian Sugar Plantations, 1926," by Lt. Colonel Robert A. Duckworth-Ford, Aide-de-Camp to Governor-General of the Philippines Leonard Wood.
Hawaiian & Pacific Images These images mostly derive from 18th- through early 20th-century published works that are held in the Hawaiian and Pacific Collections rare vault. A wide variety of images documenting early depictions of Hawaiʻi and Pacific culture and society.
Hawaiian Photo Album A collection of black and white photographs of scenic sites and identifiable landmarks in Hawaiʻi. Images are from a variety of albums and scrapbooks acquired by or donated to the Hawaiian Collection.
Jack Tobin Marshall Islands Anthropology Collection Documents Dr. Tobin's lifetime of working within the Marshall Islands and Micronesia more generally, beginning in the 1950s and ranging through the 1980s. Includes images relating to nuclear testing and dislocation/relocation of Marshall Islanders. Note: This collection is currently under construction, with more photos to be added over time.
Nuclear Diaspora: Bikini and Enewetak Photographs by Dr. Robert Kiste and Dr. Leonard Mason, documenting the lives of Bikini and Enewetak islanders in the wake of U.S. nuclear testing program. Photos range from late 1940s through 1980s.
The Pacific in Wartime The images contained in this online collection are digital reproductions of materials in several distinct art and photograph collections, covering a range of geographic regions and time periods. Taken as a whole, these collections document many facets of life in the Pacific during World War II, from the brutal and the tragic to the mundane.
Nearly 6,500 images. The majority are from the Solomon Islands, but collection also includes images from throughout the Pacific, including the Cook Islands, Fiji, Cook Islands, Fiji, Kiribati, Tuvalu, Papua New Guinea, Samoa, Solomon Islands, Tonga, and Vanuatu. Photos date from the 1930s through 1990s.
Ethnographic Video Online is a comprehensive online resource for the study of human culture, behavior and society around the world. The collections contain over 1,300 hours of streaming video, including ethnographic films, documentaries, select feature films, and previously unpublished fieldwork.
You can find Sophia Tekala-Smith's Savage Island Man with Pure in the database ArtStor
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