1852 films and counting...


Snapshot from Hedda Hopper's Hollywood

Hedda Hopper's Hollywood, 2020


The famous columnist interviews a host of silent movie stars. Originally 1960.


Snapshot from Interview with G. Cole.

Interview with G. Cole., 2020


An interview with Galusha Marion Cole, born 1826, at the age of 103 in 1929. Colorized by SIXTEENmm.


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Snapshot from 1000ft Drop

1000ft Drop, 2020


An interview with a USAF paratrooper who fell 1000ft. Originally 1969.


Snapshot from Battle for Russia

Battle for Russia, 2019


The official USA account of Russia's defense against Nazi Germany. Colorized by SIXTEENmm.


Snapshot from Battle for Britain

Battle for Britain, 2019


The official USA account of Great Britain following Dunkirk. Colorized by SIXTEENmm.


Snapshot from I've got a Secret

I've got a Secret, 2019


He was the last surviving person who had been in Ford's Theatre the night of the assassination of U.S. President Abraham Lincoln. Originally broadcast 1956. Colorized by SIXTEENmm.


Snapshot from The Battle of China

The Battle of China, 2019


The official USA account of China's defense against Japan during WWII. Originally 1944. Colorized by SIXTEENmm.


Snapshot from Gentlemen's Choice

Gentlemen's Choice, 2009


A look at the life of professional wrestler Chris Adams.


Snapshot from Home Movie

Home Movie, 2001


A look at five unusual homes and the people who made them.


Snapshot from Beyond HOPE: Prisoners

Beyond HOPE: Prisoners, 1997


A look at the experiences of imprisoned hackers.


Snapshot from So Wrong, They're Right

So Wrong, They're Right, 1995


An exploration of the 8 track, and those who collect them.


Snapshot from Relics - Einstein's Brain

Relics - Einstein's Brain, 1994


Professor Sugimoto Kenji travels around the world, trying to determine the resting place of Einstein's brain.


Snapshot from Magic Eye

Magic Eye, 1994


A series of optical illusions.


Snapshot from Men Don't Tell

Men Don't Tell, 1993


A look into the mind's of men who have been sexually abused.


Snapshot from Cats

Cats, 1991


A look at the history of the house cat.


Snapshot from Aggroman

Aggroman, 1989


A BMX experience from Matt Hoffman and Eddie Roman.


Snapshot from Surviving Edged Weapons

Surviving Edged Weapons, 1988


A documentary issued to police on how to handle edged weapons.


Snapshot from Zorastrian Parsi Religion & Propher Zarathusthra

Zorastrian Parsi Religion & Propher Zarathusthra, 1986


A look at the Zorastrian religion.


Snapshot from Playing Shakespeare

Playing Shakespeare, 1982


An instructional class on Shakespeare's plays, featuring some of TV's greats such as Patrick Stewart and David Suchet.


Snapshot from The KGB Connections

The KGB Connections, 1982


A documentary on the KGB and the Soviet Union.


Snapshot from D.O.A. A Rite of Passage

D.O.A. A Rite of Passage, 1981


A documentary following the rise of the Sex Pistols.


Snapshot from Gizmo!

Gizmo!, 1977


A slightly tongue-in-cheek homage to all the inventors over the years who were slightly off the mark.


Snapshot from The Legend of Bigfoot

The Legend of Bigfoot, 1975


A docuentary around the elusive folk myth.


Snapshot from America on the Moon

America on the Moon, 1969


The first moon landing.


Snapshot from Interview with Marlon Brando

Interview with Marlon Brando, 1968


Johnny Carson interviews Marlon Brando.


Snapshot from Epee Duels

Epee Duels, 1967


A small collection of Epee Duels from French history.


Snapshot from After Mein Kampf

After Mein Kampf, 1961


A post-war documentary about the rise and fall of Nazi Germany.


Snapshot from The Real West

The Real West, 1961


The real west was far harsher, and far less glamorous than Hollywood portrays.


Snapshot from The Secret Life of Adolf Hitler

The Secret Life of Adolf Hitler, 1958


Eva Braun's home films, an interview with the dictators sister, this documentary explores the human side to Hitler.


Snapshot from Rhythm Blues Review

Rhythm Blues Review, 1955


A musical variety at the Apollo Theatre featuring many well known musicians.


Snapshot from Go for Broke!

Go for Broke!, 1951


Japanese-American soldiers during World War II faced unique circumstances.


Snapshot from A Mechanical Speech Recogniser

A Mechanical Speech Recogniser, 1950


The Fry-Denes mechanical recogniser at UCL.


Snapshot from Sleep for Health

Sleep for Health, 1950


A child's perspective on the importance of good sleeping habits.


Snapshot from The Quiet One

The Quiet One, 1948


The rehabilitation of scarred and abused child from the Witwyck School.


Snapshot from Nuremberg Trials

Nuremberg Trials, 1946


An examination of the trials of the Nazi leaders, following World War II.


Snapshot from The Battle of San Pietro

The Battle of San Pietro, 1945


The story of San Pietro, an Italian village where over 1000 US soldiers died.


Snapshot from Appointment in Tokyo

Appointment in Tokyo, 1945


Four years of war in the pacific, leading up to the defeat of Japan, these documentary shows the men in the field during World War II.


Snapshot from Submarine Warfare

Submarine Warfare, 1945


The story of the men beneath the sea in the early days of American involvement in WWII.


Snapshot from Attack! The Battle for New Britain

Attack! The Battle for New Britain, 1944


Arawe Beach and Cape Gloucestor, New Britain, the site of a decisive conflict between Allied Forces and the Japanese strongholds in the Pacific.


Snapshot from The Memphis Belle

The Memphis Belle, 1944


A documentary following the 25th bombing run of the Memphis Belle during WWII.


Snapshot from Desert Victory

Desert Victory, 1943


This film examines the battle of Alamein, a key turning point in World War II.


Snapshot from Negro Soldier

Negro Soldier, 1943


WWII propoganda film aimed at African Americans. Language is reflective of the time, not what may be acceptable today.


Snapshot from The Nazis Strike

The Nazis Strike, 1943


The official US account of the prelude to war.


Snapshot from Combat America

Combat America, 1943


The story of the 351st Bombardment Group, a US unit stationed in England during WWII.


Snapshot from Prelude to War

Prelude to War, 1942


A US propoganda film outlining the enemies of the Allies and why they must be fought.


Snapshot from We Work Again

We Work Again, 1937


A tribute to the efforts of one of America's minorities during the Great Depression.


Snapshot from To Antarctica with Laurence Gould

To Antarctica with Laurence Gould, 1929


Laurence Gould narrates his films from his 1929 dog-sledge journey in Antarctica with Admiral Byrd


Snapshot from Interview with G. Cole.

Interview with G. Cole., 1929


An interview with Galusha Marion Cole, born 1826, at the age of 103 in 1929.


Snapshot from Häxan

Häxan, 1922


A history of witchcraft.


Snapshot from Mark Twain

Mark Twain, 1909


The only known film footage of the famous authour.