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DHARMA Initiative orientation films

The DHARMA Initiative created orientation films for the occupants of the various stations throughout the Island, most of them featuring Pierre Chang under various aliases.

It has been confirmed in Access: Granted that every DHARMA station has its own orientation film, but all of the films might not be seen. The following is a list of the known DHARMA Initiative orientation films:


Swan Orientation film
See main article: Swan Orientation film
Station: The Swan
Made: 1980
Host: Pierre Chang as "Marvin Candle"
Found by: Jack and Locke
Details: Discovered at the Swan station and later supplemented by material from the the Arrow station.


Pearl Orientation video
See main article: Pearl Orientation video
Station: The Pearl
Made: 1980
Host: Pierre Chang as "Mark Wickmund"
Found by: Eko and Locke
Details: Intended for inhabitants of the Pearl station.


Psychology Orientation test video
See main article: Psychology Orientation test video
Station: None
Made: 1980
Host: None
Found by: None
Details: It was revealed as part of The Lost Experience from within the Hanso Foundation website.


Sri Lanka video
See main article: Sri Lanka video
Station: None
Made: 1970
Host: Alvar Hanso
Found by: Rachel Blake
Details: It is a video completed on hansoexposed.com, as part of The Lost Experience, containing an orientation film.


Orchid Orientation video
See main article: Orchid Orientation video
Station: The Orchid
Made: Unknown
Host: Pierre Chang as "Edgar Halliwax"
Found by: Ben and Locke
Details: Intended for inhabitants of the Orchid station. The the video describes the proper use of the Orchid vault for spatiotemporal teleportation experiments.


Arrow Orientation film
See main article: Arrow Orientation film
Station: The Arrow
Made: 1977
Host: Pierre Chang as "Marvin Candle"
Found by: None
Details: Intended for inhabitants of the Arrow station. While the actual video was not seen, it was being filmed by Pierre Chang. He explained that the purpose of the Arrow was for the development of defenses against the Hostiles. The filming was interrupted after an incident at The Orchid. It is assumed that the recorded footage was scrapped and re-filmed.


Other DHARMA Initiative films

Room 23 film
See main article: Room 23
Station: The Hydra
Made: Unknown
Host: None
Found By: Alex, Kate and Sawyer
Details: This brainwashing film looks similar to the Psychology orientation video. Karl was forced to watch this film in "Not in Portland".


Flame computer video
See main article: Flame computer
Station: The Flame
Made: Unknown
Host: Pierre Chang
Found By: Locke
Details: It has random access video clips of Pierre Chang. It is not known if one of these clips could have contained an orientation film.


Barracks video
See main article: Barracks video
Station: None (The Barracks)
Made: Unknown, but 1977 or prior
Host: Pierre Chang
Found By: Young Ben and his father
Details: It briefs the new members of the DHARMA Initiative about the Barracks area and introduces them to the sonar fence.


Orchid Orientation video outtakes
See main article: Orchid Orientation video
Station: The Orchid
Made: Unknown
Host: Pierre Chang as "Edgar Halliwax"
Found by: Lost producers
Details: Shown at a 2007 Comic Con, these outakes feature Dr. Edgar Halliwax holding a white rabbit with the number 15 painted on it. Halliwax becomes concerned when something falls from the ceiling and an identical rabbit suddenly appears on a shelf behind him.


There are also several unofficial fake orientation films that have been made by fans. See Hoax DHARMA videos

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