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Fri Mar 21 17:06:54 2014 UTClccn-n850983040.00Video organization file : National Asian American Telecommunications Association : miscellaneous uncataloged material0.591.00NAATA distribution catalog158338808n 850983041297056NAATAcontainsVIAFID/151634092Center for Asian American Medialccn-no96008465Independent Television Serviceprolccn-no91019635CrossCurrent Medialccn-n88086236Hinton, Carmalccn-n85218786Long Bow Groupdstlccn-n80089989WGBH (Television station : Boston, Mass.)np-dolgin, gailDolgin, Gailprodrtnp-franco, vicenteFranco, Vicentedrtphtlccn-no2003120903Griffin, B. Quincycmplccn-no94021892PBS Home Videolccn-no98080413Pérez, Héctor1957-cmpNational Asian American Telecommunications AssociationHistoryPersonal narrativesBiographyInterviewsCross-cultural studiesPersonal narratives‡vVietnameseDramaArtDocumentary filmsFilm adaptationsUnited StatesChildrenRefugeesJapanese AmericansEvacuation and relocation of Japanese Americans (United States : 1942-1945)Vietnam War (1961-1975)VietnamChinaWorld War (1939-1945)RacismAeronautics, American militaryWomenAsian AmericansAsian American womenPolitical sciencePsychological aspectsMotion picturesAsiansRacism in motion picturesStereotypes (Social psychology) in mass mediaConcentration campsSocial historyWisconsin--AppletonHmong AmericansShamansStereotypes (Social psychology)Mass mediaFilipino AmericansTiananmen Square Incident (China : 1989)Korean AmericansAsians in motion picturesPublic opinionStudents--Political activityStudent movementsImmigrantsHawaiiCultural Revolution (China : 1966-1976)Women in motion picturesCambodiaSex roleSex role in motion picturesLiem, Deann BorshayMotion pictures--Social aspectsAdopteesKorean Americans--Ethnic identityIshigo, EstelleFamiliesVietnam--Đà Nã̆ngSocial aspectsTajima-Pena, Renee197119741975197619791980198119821983198419851986198719881989199019911992199319941995199619971998199920002001200220032004200520062007200820102011201220137319281584959.7043083DS559.8.C53ocn2494567044583ocn058838527visu20030.28American experienceHistoryBiographyCross-cultural studiesPersonal narrativesPersonal narratives VietnameseIn 1975, with the end of the war in Vietnam imminent, Mai Thi Kim, a poor, young Vietnamese woman, sent her seven-year-old daughter to America as part of a controversial evacuation program known as Operation Babylift. Kim believed her daughter Hiep -- who was conceived during a brief love affair with an American Naval officer -- would be in danger in Vietnam. Hiep's journey took her to Pulaski, Tennessee, where she was adopted by a single woman and renamed Heidi, and became "101%" American. In 1997, Heidi decides to return to Vietnam in search of her mother. The film follows mother and daughter over the course of their one-week reunion, and in painful, difficult scenes, it becomes apparent that the cultural gulf between them is much larger than either imagined. It reveals how the trauma inflicted by the Vietnam War continues to haunt and harm those who survived it3738ocn173522424visu20010.59The split horn the life of a Hmong Shaman in AmericaDocumentary filmsShows the life and culture of the Thao family, Hmong Americans in Appleton, Wisconsin2834ocn061137867visu20030.76Morning sun Ba jiu dian zhong de tai yangHistoryPersonal narrativesThis film attempts in the space of a two-hour documentary to create an inner history of the Great Proletarian Cultural Revolution (c.1964-1976). It provides a multi-perspective view of a tumultuous period as seen through the eyes--and reflected in the hearts and minds--of members of the high-school generation that was born around the time of the founding of the People's Republic of China in 1949, and that came of age in the 1960s. Others join them in creating in the film's conversation about the period and the psycho-emotional topography of high-Maoist China, as well as the enduring legacy of that period2667ocn035197684visu19950.70The Gate of Heavenly PeaceHistoryDiscusses Tiananmen Square incident, June 4, 1989. Includes still photographs, eyewitness accounts, interviews, and newsreels2434ocn063171783visu19990.79First person pluralBiography"In 1966, Deann Borshay Liem was adopted by an American family and was sent from Korea to her new home. Growing up in California, the memory of her birth family was nearly obliterated until recurring dreams led Borshay Liem to discover the truth: her Korean mother was very much alive. Bravely uniting her biological and adoptive families, filmmaker Borshay Liem's heartfelt journey makes FIRST PERSON PLURAL a poignant essay on family, loss, and the reconciling of two identities"--Container2358ocn038041321visu19960.73My America --or honk if you love BuddhaBiographyIn her warm and funny odyssey across the U.S., Renee Tajima-Peña records the voices and personalities of Asian Americans from Chinatown, New York to a debutante ball in Anaheim, California1975ocn052548772visu20010.25The debutDramaBen is from a Filipino-American family who is soon to graduate from high school. Currently, most of his family is preoccupied with an elaborate coming-out party being thrown for Ben's sister Rose. Ben isn't too thrilled about having to attend, so he invites his best friends Rick and Doug. To their surprise, Rick and Doug find themselves having a great time getting a glimpse of Filipino culture, and Ben meets a pretty girl named Annabelle1897ocn036911173visu19880.70Slaying the dragonHistoryInterviewsDescribes racial and gender stereotyping of Asian women in U.S. motion pictures as well as other filmic media. Includes interviews with actresses and other Asian American women who describe their experiences of such stereotyping1816ocn062081660visu19890.33Okazaki, StevenDays of waiting the life and art of Estelle IshigoHistoryBiographyArtFilm adaptationsPoignant documentary about an extraordinary woman, artist Estelle Ishigo, one of the few Caucasians to be interned with 110,000 Japanese Americans in 1942. When internment came, Ishigo refused to be separated from her Japanese-American husband, and lived with him for four years behind barbed wire in the desolate Heart Mountain camp in Wyoming. During internment, the artist recorded the rigors of camp life with unusual insight, depicting the internees' struggle to keep dignity and hope alive1453ocn038222365visu19970.79Miss India GeorgiaThis documentary video follows four contestants in the Miss India Georgia pageant. It tells the story of their experiences as first generation Indian Americans. These young women disclose the complexity of their feelings about growing up in the United States as children of immigrant parents1374ocn048863420visu19970.28Beyond barbed wire untold stories of American courageHistoryPersonal narrativesThe feature film, Go for broke! is set during World War II which depicts Lt. Michael Grayson, a bigoted Texan, who is assigned to train and lead the 442nd Regimental Combat Team, which is composed mostly of Japanese-Americans1252ocn730147418visu19990.39Children of the camps the documentaryPersonal narrativesDuring World War II more than half of the 120,000 Americans of Japanese descent who were evacuated to American concentration camps were children. In this documentary six Japanese Americans who were incarcerated as children in the camps reveal their experiences, cultural and familial issues during incarceration, the long internalized grief and shame they felt and how this early trauma manifested itself in their adult lives1238ocn035191521visu19950.81Nakasako, SpencerA.k.a. Don BonusA.k.a. Don Bonus: "After escaping the Khmer Rouge in Cambodia, the Ny family became one of thousands of refugees faced with resettlement in the U.S. Their lives unfold through the lens of this stirring video diary. As 18-year-old Sokly Ny (Don Bonus) struggles to graduate from high school, his family is harassed in the housing projects, his eldest brother cannot fill a dead father's shoes and his youngest brother ends up in a youth prison. Sokly shares these experiences, his personal feelings and his hopes as the year progresses. Ultimately, A.K.A. DON BONUS becomes a story of triumph and survival from the perspective of one of America's newest arrivals."--Container1167ocn065466152visu20040.79Monkey danceHistoryFilm presents the lives of three Cambodian-American teenagers who come of age in the United States while holding on to some aspects of their Cambodian culture such as Cambodian dance1112ocn041280643visu19990.63Children of the camps a documentary and educational projectPersonal narrativesDuring World War II more than half of the 120,000 Americans of Japanese descent who were "evacuated" to American concentration camps were children. In this documentary six Japanese Americans who were incarcerated as children in the camps reveal their experiences, cultural and familial issues during incarceration, the long internalized grief and shame they felt and how this early trauma manifested itself in their adult lives1084ocn039766040visu19970.79Ancestors in the AmericasHistoryPt. 1 tells the story of how Asians--Filipino, Chinese, Asian Indian--first arrived in the Americas. Film crosses centuries and oceans from the 16th century Manila-Acapulco trade, to the Opium War, to the 19th century plantation coolie labor in South America and the Caribbean. Pt. 2 relates the history of Chinese immigrants in California882ocn028035384visu19930.86Sa-i-guExplores the embittering effect the Rodney King verdict and riot had on Korean American women shopkeepers who suffered more than half of the material losses in the conflict. Film underscores the shattering of the American dream while taking the media to task for playing up the "Korean-Black" aspect of the rioting864ocn052925444visu20030.63The Flute playerCriticism, interpretation, etcBiographyDocumentary about the life and work of Cambodian genocide survivor, Arn Chorn-Pond. Shows his attempts to bring Cambodia's once outlawed traditional music back to the Cambodian people. Also features members of the Cambodian Master Performers Program813ocn028988639visu19930.63Act of war the overthrow of the Hawaiian nationHistoryChronicles the history and condition of Hawaiians from the origins of creation, the coming of the British Navy and Calvinist missionaries, to the overthrow of the Hawaiian government in 1893. Commentators give a Hawaiian perspective to events which led to Hawaii's annexation to the United States819ocn045199567visu19890.56The Color of honor the Japanese-American soldier in WWIIExperiences of Japanese Americans during World War II who served in the U.S. armed forces as translators and interpreters in military intelligence. These linguists tell of their experiences in gathering intelligence for the U.S. war effort; yet, at the same time, alien Japanese as well as Japanese Americans were placed in concentration camps. Explains events in the long road to seek redress of this injustice. Shows the reunion of Japanese American veterans and French at Bruyerers, France, in 198411ocn663367911serial1.00National Asian American Telecommunications AssociationNAATA distribution catalogCatalogs11ocn754955374mixVideo organization file : National Asian American Telecommunications Association : miscellaneous uncataloged materialFri Mar 21 15:12:32 EDT 2014batch26041