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Victoria Keith Productions

The Victoria Keith Productions Collection contains materials donated by Victoria Keith Productions, an independent production company that has been making documentaries about Hawaiian culture, environment, and land issues since the mid-1970s. Extent: 131 videotapes; 1 audiotape; 2 manuscript boxes. Includes online video clips.

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  • Documentary

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Fishing with Uncle Walter Paulo

Fishing with Uncle Walter Paulo

Footage from unknown program featuring Uncle Walter Paulo boat fishing at Honolulu Harbor possibly Sand Island.

Duration:
00:22:24
Ka Uluwehi o Ke Kai - Plants of the Sea

Ka Uluwehi o Ke Kai - Plants of the Sea

"In 1981, the KEY (Kahaluʻu-Heʻeia Ecumenical Youth) Project in Kahaluʻu, Hawaiʻi took on the challenge of restoring the rapidly disappearing limu...

Duration:
00:32:17
What Happened to Initiative?

What Happened to Initiative?

Recaps the 1978 Hawaiʻi Constitutional Convention and covers the Access to Government project at the University of Hawaiʻi. The Access to...

Duration:
00:32:05
Hawaiian Survival and the Sea with Uncle Les Kuloloio

Hawaiian Survival and the Sea with Uncle Les Kuloloio

Les Kuloloio teaches the practice of gathering ocean resources along the coastline of Maui. Kuloloio demonstrates how to locate, harvest and...

Duration:
00:32:15
Power to the People

Power to the People

Documentary on electricity use in Hawaiʻi including costs and conservation. Featuring George Lee.

Duration:
00:32:15
The Waiakea Experiment: The Youth Development Project in Hilo Hawaii

The Waiakea Experiment: The Youth Development Project in Hilo Hawaii

Features the implementation of the Youth Development Project among sixth-graders at Waiakea Intermediate. This school based delinquency prevention...

Duration:
00:32:20
Joe Balaz performs poetry

Joe Balaz performs poetry

Joe Balaz, Native Hawaiian poet, performs original poetry.

Duration:
00:17:12
Tamara Wong-Morrison performs poetry

Tamara Wong-Morrison performs poetry

Tamara Wong-Morrison, Native Hawaiian poet, performs original poetry.

Duration:
00:18:29
Last Train from Washington : The State of the Arts

Last Train from Washington : The State of the Arts

Discusses the works of artists across the United States who are creating pluralistic art which depicts the richness of American cultures. Examines...

Duration:
01:02:32
Windward Passages

Windward Passages

Government officials and residents give their opinions on the future growth and density of Windward Oahu. Zoning, water and land use, and quality...

Duration:
00:31:40
What's In It For Me?

What's In It For Me?

Features the new commitment by Honolulu's City Council to include grassroots input via neighborhood boards and community associations in planning...

Duration:
00:30:55
Hawaii's Water Resources aka Water: Man's Greatest Need

Hawaii's Water Resources aka Water: Man's Greatest Need

Examines Hawaii's water-supply as well as consumption patterns and the problem of declining availability due to an expanding population and...

Duration:
01:05:43
Living On Islands

Living On Islands

Discusses the serious challenges Hawaiʻi is facing such as uncontrolled growth, overpopulation, depletion of natural resources, pollution, and...

Duration:
00:49:07
Back to the Roots

Back to the Roots

Historical, spiritual, cultural, mythological connections of Hawaiians to the taro plant, the staple food of Hawaiian culture. Interviews taro...

Duration:
01:01:28