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This segments looks at the first stage, a race and class war in 1810. 1 (1946, 19 min.) -- Good neighbor family (1943, 17 min.) -- Gracias Amigos (1944, 16 min.) --Homes for veterans, Pt.
Two priests, Miguel Hidalgo and Jose Maria Morelos, led an uprising of poor people, largely Indians, and threatened to annihilate the upper-class whites, who closed ranks to defeat the insurgency and restore order. 1-2 (1946, 28 min.) -- Housing in Chile: one government's plan to provide better homes (1943, 18 min.) -- Lima family (1944, 18 min.) -- Lima (1944, 16 min.) -- Problems of housing (1944, 10 min.) -- Roads South (1943, 17 min.) -- Army nurse (1945, 16 min.) -- Silent war: Colombia's fight against yellow fever (1945, 10 min.) --To the people of the United States (1944, 21 min.) -- Wastage of human resources (1947, 10 min.) -- Young Uruguay (1943, 17 min.) DVD 8712 Adelina, presidenta: This documentary looks at the challenges Adelina Rasgado Escobar faced during her three years in office as presidenta municipal of Asuncion Ixtaltepec, in the Isthmus of Tehuantepec, Oaxaca (1999-2001) Contents: Encrucijada = Crossroads (2002, 4 min.) -- Adelina, presidenta = Adelina, president (2003, 30 min.) Directed by Julia Barco. Video/C MM1285 An exploration by subterranean rivers and caverns; a fantastic and enigmatic trip where natural treasures and the vestiges of the ancient Mayas lie.
Crowned Emperor Agustin I, he was quickly deposed and Mexico slid into a half century of political chaos. Each program contains case studies which characterize an individual region.
: Escaping the Napoleonic Wars, the Braganza royal family of Portugal settled in Rio de Janeiro and ruled its vast empire from Brazil. Ecuador, Valley of the Volcanoes explores the monitoring and prediction of volcanic activity in Ecuador.
This section and the next analyze the only case of slaves rising up, taking power, and creating an independent nation. Amidst the violence, a group of black leaders emerged, the most famous the former slave Toussaint L'Ouverture. In this third segment the anthropology team witnesses ancient ceremonies consecrating new corn fields. This final segment witnesses the return to the village in Yucatan, Mexico of two young boys who found city life lonely. Also looks at the 1994 emergence of the Zapatistas, the Mexican army's attacks on rural peasant communities -- involving destruction of homes, forced displacement of entire communities, and "disappearances" and murders meant to terrorize the indigenous population -- and government "negotiations" with the Zapatistas. Film represents one of the first uses of film for journalistic purposes in Mexico. Contains three films by Afro-Cuban filmmaker Sara Gomez from Cuba's national film institute, ICAIC. Minneapolis, Minn.: University of Minnesota Press, c1996. People wonder how long Castro will maintain his leadership. That same year, Guillen was accused of plotting to assassinate Castro. DVD X3202; Video/C 3592 At age 67, former major league baseball star Luis Tiant has come back to Cuba, the island he had left at age 20 for a trip he thought would last a month and became nearly a half a century. What is home for an exile who becomes a star in his new land, leaving former teammates to play for their government and country in isolation and poverty? Many performing artist's are interviewed--a dissident theatre group in Havana, a more traditional African theatre group in Santiago, and also film star Jorge Perugorria. It includes interviews of children from Cuban families and senior citizens. Born identical twins, the sisters grew up to become acclaimed ballerinas with the National Ballet of Cuba. Rincon is the site of a Roman Catholic Church dedicated to God in the name of San Lazaro (Saint Lazarus of Bethany). Video/C 3752 Employing a mixture of video graphics, computer animation, and documentary footage, the director uses the metaphor of a disenchanted and lethargic woman to lament the loss of Cuba's revolutionary ideals and fervor. The narrative skips across time and space from his early childhood escape from Castro's regime to his status as a world-renowned photographer. DVD X4144 A well-known Cuban film director embarks upon the search for a black woman dancer and singer to play the central dramatic role in his next film project- a musical comedy.
A so-called "conservative compromise" avoided bloodshed and brokered Mexican independence when the Spanish general, Agustin de Iturbide, came over to the side of independence in 1821. A telecourse designed to build understanding of geography by examining eleven regions of the world and their interconnections.
Once in power, Bolivar was never able to provide the stability needed by the new republics. Guigu Bícunisa: The Otter River): The Otter River: Produced in association with the Foro Ecologico de Juchitén, an environmental NGO, this mixed media ecological video was created by high school students and promotes the conservation of Juchitáns sacred river. S.-Mexican border to help contain the illegal immigration issue, at a cost of three years and three billion dollars. DVD X5757 An animated depiction of the religion of the Aztecs told with illustrations painted in the style of native Mexican people of the sixteenth century. The program closes with a montage of various dances performed by the Ballet Folklórico de San Antonio. Focuses on folk arts related to the celebration, such as weaving, pottery, dance, and preparation of special foods. A production of the which uses video technology to investigate human rights abuses. Drawing on interviews and archival imagery, the film takes us from the slavery of the colonial era to today's Afro-Mexican communities in Guerrero, Oaxaco, Campeche, Morelos and Veracruz. DVD X4044; Video/C MM399 Film discusses free trade zones and the accompanying human problems that have arisen with human rights, exploitation of workers and environmental degradation. Video/C 5927 A documentary portrait of the life of Mexican painter Frida Kahlo, who lived from 1907 to 1954, and has become an international cult figure. Produced by students enrolled in Ethnographic Film (Anthropology 138B) in Spring of 1966, at the University of California, Berkeley, Dept. Ciclon (Realizacion, Santiago Alvarez, b&w, 14 min.): Documentary footage of rural Cubans enduring a devastating hurricane with scenes of the storm followed by rescue and restoration efforts after the storm. Images of hands selecting tobacco leaves and rolling cigars are interspersed with graphic designs from cigar boxes and labels. DVD X2188 A documentary produced in Cuba celebrating the life and political career of Fidel Castro through archival footage, interviews with Castro and commentary by family, associates, former guerrilla fighters, politicians and historians.
He eventually returned to Europe, committing his life to the liberation of his fellow Americans. Video/C 934 This portrait of Mexico's foremost novelist probes beneath the surface of his work to expose the roots of his fiction and its place in the world of literature. The documentary had its premiere during a unique riverbed screening with 4,000 Juchitecans. Kennedy investigates the impact of the fence and some of its unforeseen consequences. Features include mask dancing by children, the spectacular Dance of the Voladores performed on a 60 foot pole; the fantastic Cholula Pyramid, and artisians creating skeleton and skull artwork in pottery, fabrics and food. It argues that Mexico's famous mestizaje includes the important contibutions of African groups, as well as Spaniards and Indians. Presented at the International Latino Film Festival held in the San Francisco Bay Area. Filmed on location in Sri Lanka, El Salvador, Mexico and Morocco. Interweaves poetry, music, and interviews with Kahlo's students and friends to create a portrait of an artist whose life and work increasingly speaks to the sensibilities of today. (SF International Latino Film Festival Collection). Aesthetics: Reveals the desire for expressing individuality through diverse conceptions of beauty in everyday Cuban life whether in the form of a hood ornament, a display window or a star-studded tooth. Castro is seen swimming with bodyguards in the ocean, visiting his childhood home and school, joking with his friend Nelson Mandela, meeting with Elian Gonzalez, and celebrating his birthday with the Buena Vista Social Club.
In the mid-18th century, the Bourbon dynasty embarked on a series of reforms to revitalize the Spanish Empire which became the source of grievances by the Creoles and their motivation to break with Spain. Day of the dead in Teotilán del Valle): This documentary witnesses the return of Zapotec spirits to the pueblo. DVD X3721 This film explores the importance of the Virgin of Guadalupe as a liberating symbol for Mexican women today. Australia, New Links to Asia investigates Australia's European roots and recent Asian influences in economic development. DVD 1: In English (narration) & Spanish (interviews), with optional subtitles in English, English & Spanish, German or French. They ask Mary's intercession, and protection for those who have died and those not yet born. DVD X8636 Depicts the lives of children and their families who labor in the Mexican countryside. DVD X2318 The history of the Mayas and their culture is shown through the remains at Copan, Palenque, Tikal, Yaxchilan, Bonampak, and Chichen Itza. Discusses the health consequences of this exposure and the Mexican government's environmental controls. Presented at the International Latino Film Festival held in the San Francisco Bay Area. President Wilson sent General John Pershing and his calvary troops to hunt down Villa in Mexico, but they were never able to even catch sight of him. The continuation of their culture depends on the vitality of their oral traditions. Video/C MM796 A powerful documentary about the personal struggles behind the construction of a massive elevated freeway over Mexico City. Revealing a pattern of intervention, the film focuses on U. intervention in Guatemala, Vietnam, East Timor, El Salvador and Palestine/Israel. Video/C 9833 This ethnographic film depicts how New Agers, the Mexican state, tourists and 1920s archaeologists all contend to "clear" the site of the Maya city of Chichen Itza in order to produce their own idealized and unobstructed visions of "Maya" while the local Maya themselves struggle to occupy the site as vendors and artisans. Directed, edited, shot and produced by David Redmon & Ashley Sabin. DVD X3714 Presents a portrait of Juchitan, a small Mexican city near the Guatemalan border where homosexuality is fully accepted. Economists, free trade advocates, and Latino community leaders debate our free trade future. His research unveils a legacy of fictional and documentary depictions of Villa dating from the silent film era, revealing a world unsure whether to venerate or to fear this imposing figure and the forces of popular revolution that he embodied. Presented at the International Latino Film Festival held in the San Francisco Bay Area. Treasure Island: Devoted to housing prisoners in pre-Revolutionary Cuba, this island becomes transformed into an important site for agricultural production. Video/C 3343 In recent years, Havana has become famous all over the world for the morbid charm of its flaking facades. A Cuban propaganda film first exhibited outside of Cuba and the Soviet Union in 1992. "From Exile to Ethnicity: Nestor Almendros and Orlando Jimemez-Leal's Improper Conduct." In: The Ethnic Eye: Latino Media Arts. Cuban Hip Hop demonstrates the creative and indestructible spirit of the island and its people despite the hardships of the U. 15 min.) -- Nosotros en el Cuyaguateje (1972, 10 min.) -- Para construer una casa (1972, 17 min.) DVD X383 Contents: Retornar a Baracoa (1966, 16 min.) -- Coffea Arabiga (1968, 18 min) -- Desde la Habana (1969, 18 min.) -- Taller de Linea y 18 (1971, 15 min.) -- Reportaje sobre el Puerto pesquero (1972, ca. L is for Martin Luther King, B is for Bobby Kennedy and J is for John F. Alvarez implicates Johnson in all three assassinations, portraying his presidency as the culmination of a history of socio-political corruption. When he is mysteriously released he makes a second attempt to flee with friends in a homemade raft but the group finds terror at sea and their search for freedom becomes a journey for survival. Directed by Frances Mc Elroy & Mara Teresa Rodrguez. DVD 8909 A Cuban news report on the Bay of Pigs invasion by CIA trained mercenaries. It also includes footage of Fidel Castro surveying the results of Cuba's victory. Some of the differences between the Lucumi (Yoruba/Santeria) and Abakua beliefs are also discussed. As thousands of pilgrims live a night of frenzy and immoderation, the filmmakers neither interpret nor analyze this religious event, but simply observe and present its visuals of fervor and devotion. nos divorciamos (10 min.) -- Ano 32 de las revoluccion (3 min.) -- Reportaje a la vinegreta (6 min.) -- El Centralito Guarapera (9 min.).
: The Napoleonic wars and in particular Napoleon's invasion of Spain, triggered a series of mostly failed wars for independence in Spanish America after 1808. instituted the "Operation Gatekeeper" policy, an average of one person a day has died crossing the border. Video/C 9261 A documentary filmed in the municipality of Huehuetla in the Mexican state of Puebla -- the only municipality where Indians have taken power away from non-Indians and have governed themselves for nearly ten years. Video/C 7463 Relates the story of Lydia Cacho, a courageous writer and feminist who is confronting powerful businessmen and politicians who protect a child pornography ring operating in Cancun and the United States. Video/C 1766 Discusses the move of multinational agribusiness to Mexico and the problems they are creating due to environmental pollution and low wages for workers. The smell of marigolds in the graveyard beckons them to enjoy tamales, mescal, and other sensory favorites of their living life. Presented at the International Latino Film Festival held in the San Francisco Bay Area. This unusual "contata" of women's voices representing urban, small-town, and rural communities, is intercut with scenes of daily women's work and celebration of the Virgin of Guadalupe in various contexts. Mexico, Motive to Migrate examines migration patterns both within and outside of Mexico. Video/C 4318 Documentary, filmed in electronic and garment factories, examines working forces in United States and free-trade zones of developing countries particularly the Philippines and Mexico. DVD 2: In Spanish with no subtitles; in Portuguese (narration) & Spanish (interviews), with Portuguese subtitles. They also call on her in times of crises and calamities. The film takes us into the agricultural fields, where children barely bigger than the buckets they carry, work long hours, in often hazardous conditions, picking tomatoes, peppers, or beans, for which they are paid by weight. Archaeologists working at these Mayan ruins sites discuss their discoveries concerning the structure of Mayan society and interviews with modern Mayans reveal the many ancient practices and customs still in practice today. Rosalio "Chilio" Rivera Sanches and Luis Gonzales Carrio, from the small village of Las Guayabas, are working to preserve the oral traditions and histories of their people. With lyricism and compassion, this reveals the medieval nightmare underneath an ambitious utopian dream. DVD 8334 Filmmaker David Kaplowitz leads an eyeopening journey, questioning the effects of U. Archival footage, photographs and media coverage are interwoven with personal eye-witness accounts and commentary from academics, religious leaders and politicians. Presented at the International Latino Film Festival held in the San Francisco Bay Area. The film profiles three gay people: a teacher, a hairdresser and a shop owner. video/C 9822 Mexico -- Nicaragua -- Peru: Amazonian culture; Andean culture; Coastal Black and urban culture -- Venezuela. Video/C 4502 Visits the profound and enduring legacy of Emiliano Zapata in contemporary Mexico through the reminiscences of Emeterio Pantaleon, who road with Zapata during the Mexican Revolution of 1910 to 1920. DVD X5289 Contents: Now (Realizacion, Santiago Alvarez; song, Lena Horne; b&w, 1965, 10 min.): Montage of U. news films and stills that captures the repressive reaction of some authorities to the civil rights movement accompanied by the song, Now, which was banned on many American radio stations. But these ruins are far less poetic for the people who inhabit them. This unique documentary tells the stories of the people who reside in these modern ruins, from a homeless man who lives in an abandoned theater, to an expropriated landowner who struggles against the decay of his parental home, to a writer who conceives a philosophy of the ruins to explain the gradual collapse of the city and its political system. DVD 7250 Commandant Hubert Matos, closest strategist to Che Guevara and the Castro brothers, reexamines the history of the Cuban Revolution from the attack on the Moncada to the recent transfer of power to Fidel Castro's brother Raul. The film, an anthology of pre-revolutionary folk tales, is divided into four parts, each presenting fictional events which led to the success of the revolution under Fidel Castro. 15 min.) -- Nosotros en el Cuyaguateje (1972, 10 min.) -- Para construer una casa (1972, 17 min.) DVD X383 This documentary tells the story of the economic and political deterioration in Cuba. Also detailed is the mass exodus from Cuba and the sudden shift in U. It also includes footage of Fidel Castro surveying the results of Cuba's victory. It presents footage of the aftermath of the attack including fallen planes, ammunition shells and captured soldiers, documenting the extent of U. Presents documentary films and newsreels by the ICAIC produced between the 1960's and 1989.
: Jose de San Martin is the counterpart of Simon Bolivar in southern South America. DVD X5014 Bolivia, la Coca, Alimento de los Pobres. The Day of the Dead is a holiday that originated in Mexico but is celebrated around the world in many cultures. DVD X7003 Fed up with the mass migration of their community, the small Mexican town of Alberto creates a one-of-a-kind tourist attraction they call La Caminata, a simulated nighttime border crossing, complete with fake border patrol chasing balaclava-clad coyotes. Fuentes and Moyers discuss the relationship of the United States with Mexico and with Latin America generally. DVD X2288 [preservation copy]; vhs Video/C 1577 Depicts the impoverishment of the Yucatan region and its native inhabitants due to the exploitation and domination of the wealthy over a period of three centuries. Salvador Alvarado in 1915, this situation improves; rural schools are built; public libraries are founded; a worker's code is established; agrarian reform is introduced, and other social programs are set up. Shows modern day threats to this system and discusses measures to save the Chinampa. But it's a tough equation: for the Third World to have more, the First World will have to get used to having less. DVD 2395 This compilation of newsreel footage opens with a young Fidel Castro as he assumes power of Cuba in January of 1959 and continues on through the Cuban Missile Crisis in 1962. ' to Cuban executions (1/22/59) -- Castro 'resigns': mass demonstrations show his power secure (7/20/59) -- Havana rally: peasants mass to support Castro (7/27/59) -- Ike at U. proposes new world disarmament program (9/22/60) -- History at U.