While devoting an entire DVD to films about the developmentally-disabled (mentally handicapped, retarded) might seem like an odd (maybe even inappropriate) theme, but these films provide insight into our culture’s
Nobody explains the mysterious of menstruation better than a 16mm educational film! Join us with this DVD compilation of tastefully abstract diagrams of female sex organs and girls becoming women!
Films about good salesmanship. Now you, too, can learn about the A/V Geeks secret strategy for success. Films on salesmanship included: The Cookie Kids, Sales Building Role, Trader Vic’s Used
Three episodes of the 1972 4-H Council and Michigan State Univ-produced wacky TV show that teaches kids good nutrition with humor and songs. Episodes include – Getting It All Together,
Vintage 16mm films about the joy and melodrama that is the school dance. Films include- As Others See Us (1953) – The Dairy Council shows us how to behave when
The AV Geeks try to get into the holiday spirit and program about bunch of films about Santa Claus. Films include – the classic Night Before Christmas (1946), the inane
It’s fun to watch kids misbehave – especially when they aren’t yours! These films try to educate kids that it isn’t cool to be a snotty brat. Films include –
Car crashes and their causes. Films include – Traffic Safety-Courtesy, Mystery Crash, Auto Accident – What to Do Afterwards, Collision Rescue, Wheels of Tragedy
Educational films that teach us about anger and how much fun it can be! Films include – I’m Mad At Me, Angry Night,The Aggressive Impulse, Mr Finley’s Feelings, Oops I
From the A/V Geeks Film Archive. These cartoons aren’t what you’d see on Saturday morning. They have important agendas and the producers felt animation might make their point better. Cautious
Melodrama and madness in the office in the midst of an outright class war between management and the workers. Funnier than Dilbert because it seems so real! Films include: The
The AV Geeks closely examine all the nasty little things that grow in an office culture. Films include: Office Safety – The Thrill Seekers, Office Practice: Your Attitude, Who Did
A compilation of 16mm films that feature gratuitous assembly line footage. This is machine and manufacturing porn. It’s just like regular porn, with the close-ups, the repetitive motions, the cheezy
School films from the 1950s and 1960s about how good manners makes your life easier and makes the world a better place. Films include: Are Manners Important, Good Table Manners,
Teenagers are always getting into trouble;- whether its hanging out with the wrong crowd, dating, drinking or body odor.These films try to head off problems early. Films include: Name Unknown,
After unleashing the atomic genie, these films helped Americans cope with the horrible new weapon and energy source. Films include: Living with the Atom, Radioactive Fallout and Shelter, The Atom
Out of the many genres in the AV Geeks Educational Film Archive, venereal disease films are one of the most popular, simply because they provide a revealing glimpse into the
In the afterglow of victory against tyranny in World War II, the United States found itself as a world superpower with a new potential foe – the Soviet Union. The
During World War II, 16mm educational films were recognized by the U.S. Military as an efficient and effective training tool to get a consistent message across to a large number
Hey, ladies, is your husband grumbling about the cleanliness of his home, his clothes and the kids? Is your grocery budget through the roof and, yet, the family just mopes
All about THE BOMB and how to survive an attack. Films include: Duck and Cover, For The Next 60 Seconds, Nuclear War: A Guide To Armageddon, Radioactive Fallout And Shelter,
Some films from the AV Geeks archive that have really catchy/annoying songs. Great to singalong! Films include: Fun With Lines, Crash Bang Boom, Malakapaladoo Skip Two, Drugs Are Like That,
Promotional films that introduced the public to the wonders of communication via the telephone and films made for AT&T employees. It All Depends On You Starring actor Jack Klugman (Quincy
In the past, the A/V Geeks have challenged audiences with films about drugs, bus safety, venereal disease, shotguns, meat and more. This year, the presentation focuses on films that feature
Two classic Bell Science Series Gateways To The Mind, Alphabet Conspiracy that aren’t available on DVD, but are just as entertaining and inspirational as they were when they were first
Two classic Bell Science Series Our Mr. Sun and Thread of Life that aren’t available, but are just as entertaining and inspirational as they were when they were first made.
Some of the most requested films from the A/V Geeks collection. Films include: Pamela Wong’s Birthday for Grandma, Santa Claus and Punch & Judy, The Lottery, Check the Neck, Shake
Films include: Story, Case Study – LSD, Pride on Parade, VD Attack Plan, Orange and Blue, Telezonia and ABC of Sex Education for Trainables.
Another round of superlative school films from the A/V Geeks archive. Films include – More Dates for Kay, Teeth, The Lunatic, Purely Coincidental, Parent to Child About Sex and The
Another fine collection of more amazing films from the A/V Geeks library. Titles include: Are You Listening?, Toothache of a Clown, Plastics, Sally at 13, Morality for Youth.
A bike spells freedom to a kid, and fear to parents. These films try to get kids to be responsible – spoiling all the fun. Films included: Bicycle Safety, Bicycle
An evening of old school films about–interestingly enough–the hazards of going to school in the 1960s and 70s. Films include: Our Obligation, Lunchroom Manners, How Quiet Helps at School, And
Wacky films from our much scapegoated northern neighbor. Films include: Royal Canadian Mounted Police Musical Ride, Toys, Great Annual Bathtub Race, Life Times Nine, Everybody’s Prejudiced and Hot Stuff
Films about explosives and how they impact our everyday life. Films include: Explosives – Tools for Progress, Don’t Touch, Why of Army Missiles, Postmark:Terror and I Wasn’t Scared.
With all the films we have about troubled boys, we thought it would be a switch to have a compilation with films with nice boys. But audiences always get giggly
Witness the insanity of the films shown on the second Alamo-sponsored Extreme School Bus Adventure. Films featured – Bus Nut, Panic Factor, Ol’ #23, Rescue Man and the much requested,
That energy-packed crunchy nutritional start to your day Films include: Soopergoop, Watch Mr Wizard, Changing Food For Changing Times and boxes and boxes of vintage cereal commercials.. Part of this
The A/V Geeks work through their fear of clowns and circus peanuts by putting together some of their best films about circuses onto one DVD. Films include: Here Comes The
Watch kids struggling to break free from the dull tyranny of class! See food flying! Witness the glory of lunch lines being broken! Films include: Lunchroom Manners Lunchroom Etiquette, Lunchroom
Three different countries take on the Atomic Bomb – the bleak and once-banned British “documentary” about an atomic attack in England, the absurdedly optimistic U.S. You Can Beat the A-Bomb
Animation with an agenda. Films include: Cautious Twins, Two Hundred, How Animators See Us: Foibles, Three Faces of Stanley, Winged Scourge, Story of Menstruation, About Conception and Contraception, Clutch Cargo
This fourth collection of classroom shorts from the A/V Geeks Film Library reveals how sly marketers used 16mm films to shape new generations of loyal consumers. Under the pretense of
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Sin, sex and sores! Films include: VD: Every 30 Seconds, Innocent Party, Know For Sure, The Lunatic and VD Attack Plan.
A DVD compilation of vintage 16mm films about clothing and fashion and how it affects its wearer.
School films that feature clowns or cavemen. Films included – The Clowns, How the First Letter Was Written, Toothache of a Clown, Standing Up For Yourself, Pirro and the Alarm
Evolution? Bah!! First Amendment?! Piddledly-poo! How can any scientists in their right mind look at the wonders of the universe and dismiss it all to the work of just random
While Court TV pretends that there are moral lessons to be learned from the trials they are exploiting, the A/V Geeks present films that use mock trials to teach children
Churches have been using film to spread their message since the early 20th century. Of the thousands of films made for churches and synagogues, the AV Geeks have picked some
Short films about motorcycles and the people who ride them. Films include - Not So Easy (featuring Peter Fonda and Evel Knievel), Vicious Cycles, Popsicle, Motorcycle Safety and Courtesy in
The A/V Geeks pull from their vast archive of educational films to bring you a tribute to Dad—the man who provided the sperm, brought home the bacon and put up
Let’s face it, August was brutally hot and the AV Geeks spend most of their time holed up in a dark dank basement watching films. To counteract the sticky humidity
After years of inquiries about this early over-the-top 70s anti-drug film, we finally found a copy. We have to admit that this does not disappoint. Hosted and produced by black
The AV Geeks pay homage to the granddaddy of 16mm school films – the military training film. Includes Naval training and recruiting films: Why Me?, Know Your Aircraft, Very Special
What twisted thoughts lurk behind the “innocent” eyes of a child? This DVD gives us a glimpse into the demented imaginations of children. Films include – Silent Snow Secret Snow,
Films that document the eternal war between man and insectkind. Films include: Lice Are Not Nice, Hookworm, Use of Aircraft for Insect Control, Health Hazards of Pesticides, Insects Astray, Doomsday
Tomorrow’s Drivers, Alco Beat, The Talking Car, I Like Bikes, But…, Highball Highway, Crossroads Crash, Last Prom, Joy Ride, The Bottle and the Throttle, Safety-Belt for Susie. Includes special classroom
Invariably somebody asks us if we’re “holding” any drug films. Well, we’ve got your “fix”. Films include: Are Drugs the Answer?, Easy Way Out, LSD-Narcotics, Marijuana (with Sonny Bono), and
Learn all about the dangers of marijuana, the perils of heavy petting, the difference between boys and girls, and the joys of menstruation. Two hours of digitally mastered shorts from
Discover how to fit in, keep clean, choose between right and wrong, and behave in the cafeteria. Films include: Lunchroom Manners, Soapy the Germ Fighter, Appreciating Our Parents, Why Doesn’t
Through the flicker of dim projector bulbs and the warble of optical soundtracks a blueprint for better living in the Atomic Age was spelled out in no uncertain terms. Now
Through the flicker of dim projector bulbs and the warble of optical soundtracks a blueprint for better living in the Atomic Age was spelled out in no uncertain terms. Now
While seating was limited with the Alamo-sponsored school bus adventure, this DVD is the next best thing. Here are films about the insanity that can take place within the walls
Educational films featuring celebrities – either before they were famous or as a PR move after their careers slumped. Films include: Bookkeeping and You (with ‘Bewitched’ star Dick York), Is
Films about the Communists and their threat to the American way of life. Films include: Communism, Russian Life Today, Leisure Time USSR, Crisis In Cuba, and The Red Sell.
The A/V Geeks compile some of the wackier films about good dental hygiene. Films include The Haunted Mouth, Teeth, Munchers, Flash That Smile, Portrait of the Enemy!
You’ve read them aloud at AV Geeks shows, now here’s a chance to read them aloud at home. Great for parties. Filmstrips include – What Troubles the Troublemaker, Popularity Parade,
More 16mm films about food and its preparation. Lots of delightful assembly line footage in this DVD! Films include: Let’s Make A Sandwich, Peanut Butter, Lunchroom Etiquette (2nd ed), The
16mm School films that deal with food and food preparation. Delightful, delicious and good for you too! Or is it? Films included: Why Eat Our Vegetables, Keeping Food Safe To
Films for and about girls covering a wide range of subjects – from puberty to fire safety to buying shoes to exercise and more! Heroine Of The Week (1960s circa)
Learn about NUTRITION from some of the cheesiest, hilariously WORST acted, and BIZARRE educational short films EVER! Films include Mulligan’s Stew, Munchers, National Mulch and more.
Films about space travel, before we actually landed on the moon. Films include: First Men Into Space, Man And The Moon, Our Class Explores The Moon, Surviving In Space (narrated
Films about guns, hunting and how kids can’t get enough of them. Films include: Hunting, Handling Firearms, Sweet Sunday Gone, Guns: Be Safe Not Sorry and more!
16mm films that highlight all the problems with the male gender. Films include: Car Theft, What About McBride? and more!
Films that introduce middle America to the concept of the ‘hippy’, including: Oh Woodstock!, The Hippie Temptation (with Harry Reasoner) and Marijuana (with Sonny Bono).
School films that feature ghosts and the supernatural to teach us their lessons. Films include - Parents, Who Need s Them? (1973) A creepy magical puppet makes a bratty boy
While the blockbuster Star Wars ignited the imaginations of a whole country and brought science-fiction to popular culture, there was an ugly side to this phenomenon. Science-fiction became a gimmick
For centuries, parents have struggled to usher their children through the magical, often treacherous, journey to adulthood. But in mid-century America, a new form of tutelage was engineered: the classroom
Given recent election results, many of us are gearing up to be proud to again say that they are Americans but are a little rusty. The A/V Geeks pull from
As the daughters of the baby boom reached adolescence, the American school system struggled to educate them on matters of sexual and social development lessons that were not always being
So you want to be an audiovisual geek? You want to bask in the glory of running the projector in class, getting a hall pass from the teacher and taking
In order to keep up their status as an edu-info- tain-gency, the A/V Geeks present an evening of films that show you how to do things. For example, How To
A/V Geeks again prove that they are “edutainers” with this show of instructional school films. You’ll learn something at this show. Films include – Making Change, How To Catch A
Based on Reader’s Digest articles, these films examine the main character’s different body parts. This DVD features films about his stomach, eye, spine and lung.
I Spy the 1965 TV show was the first U.S. show that featured a lead black actor, Bill Cosby, and helped usher in a more racially diverse primetime. In the
Episodes from the brilliant educational TV series that explored the emotional and moral dilemmas that kids faced in the mid-1970s. Films include: Breakup, Someone;Special, Getting Even, Strong Feelings, But Names
Episodes from the brilliant educational TV series that explored the emotional and moral dilemmas that kids faced in the mid-1970s. Films include: Can I Help?, Can Do/Can’t Do, Brothers and
Even more episodes from the brilliant educational TV series that explored the emotional and moral dilemmas that kids faced in the mid-1970s. Films include: But They Might Laugh, Love Susan,
Episodes from the brilliant educational TV series that explored the emotional and moral dilemmas that kids faced in the mid-1970s. Films include: Jeff’s Company, Lost Is A Feeling, Just One
The miracle of puberty but only for the young ladies. Films include: Story of Menstruation, Personal Health for Girls, Naturally a Girl and It’s Wonderful Being A Girl.
C’mon! Sometimes you just want to sit around and watch a bunch of goofy cartoons that have no redeeming educational value. Well, this is the DVD for you! Films include
Mindbendingly bizarre films that troubled and confused generations of kids. Films include – Parents: Who Needs Them?, Dirt-Witch Cleans Up, Puppet’s Dream, Safe Places, Cipher in the Snow
W.C. Fields once said, “Anyone who hates children and animals can’t be all bad.” The AV Geeks present a DVD compilation of school films where the producers seem to share
A look back to when our culture began to question the quality of American workmanship and what we tried to do to fix it. Films include – Pride on Parade,
Two films that debate the impact, benefits and dangers of marijuana and the powerful hallucinogen, LSD, featuring scores of critics versus Harvard professor Timothy Leary. From Pot to Psychedelics 1968
The films on this DVD were created as cautionary tales so couples could look at their own relationships and, hopefully, avoid taking a plunge into truly awful marriages. Films include
A compilation DVD of syrupy-sweet 16mm films about different kinds of love. Films include Different Kinds of Love Part of Saturday Morning TV’s Most Important Person series, this animated film
Films about matrimony and finding that right person. Great for a wedding gift or divorce party! Films include: Engagement: Romance And Reality, Marriage: What Kind For You? and more!
Amazing films about math from the A/V Geeks archive: Powers of Ten Sketch, Mathematical Curves, The Weird Number, Donald in Mathemagic Land and The Day Without Numbers.
Films about how meat gets from the pasture to your dinner plate. Films include: Food for America, National BBQ Month, Where Does Meat Come From?, Meat- From Range to Market,
Films from the A/V Geeks Film Archive made by or about the United States Navy. Inside The Big E. (ca. 1963) 13min Depicts a day aboard the nuclear-powered aircraft carrier
A collection of 30 second TV ads for mid-1970s theatrical feature films. Trailers include – Meatballs, Swap Meet, Sacred Knives of Vengence, Walking Tall, Death Race 2000, High Ballin’ and
A collection of 30 second TV ads for mid-1970s theatrical feature films. Trailers include – Halloween, Saturday Night Fever, The Fog, Battlestar Galactica Over the Edge, Deathsport and many many
Old 16mm films about primates and chimps. And while these films have nothing to do with the feature film, they do show some creepy “apes are just like people” behavior.
A 16mm educational film excursion into the zany world of nursing. Lots of fake injuries, pain and bedpans!! Very thick with ludicrous melodrama at times, but never disappointing. Films included:
Learn about workplace safety, the insidious nature of office gossip, and how to fire someone without being shot. Films include: Down and Out, Barbers and Beauticians, You and Your Work,
A spectacle of carelessness, clumsiness and injury. And yes, it is;funny when it happens to someone else. Films included: Danger Is Your Companion;Down and Out, Careers In Emergency Medicine and
Films about property damage, these films attempt to describe the how and why of graffiti and vandalism. They use any tactic from marionettes to dead dear to warn of the
Films about the factories and what they do. Fans of assembly line footage will love this collection. Films include – People Who Work In Factories, Story of the Automated Egg,
Films from the A/V Geeks archive that were made to talk about the United States space program and its future. Race For Space (1960) 51 min Analyzes the missile race
Training films made for one of the most stressful and dangerous jobs in a democracy – being a police officer. Films include: Disturbance Calls, Failure to Protect, Shotgun – Second
Films from the A/V Geeks educational film archive that show the dangers of prejudice and bigoted behavior. Bill Cosby On Prejudice(1971) (22 min) Presents black comedian Bill Cosby appearing in
A DVD compilation of 16mm educational films made for potential prisoners.;Three Days In County Jail - Made for high school students to teach them what it is like to be
A collection of patriotic films and Cold War classics. Revel in the American way of life, get a glimpse at vintage Homeland Security and learn what you can do for
Films about the oil and coal industries and how it made America great. Films include – Power Behind the Nation, 24 Hours of Progress, Destination Earth, Crossroads USA and Coal
A DVD compilation of films that document the Ford River Rouge plant. Science Rules The Rouge (1939) This narrated film clip takes viewers on a tour of the Ford Motor
Films about rats and humans and how we really aren’t that different after all. Films include Fourteen Rats And A Rat Catcher, Rats, Let’s Have a Party, How Rodney the
16mm school films that touch on the revolutionary spirit of the 1970s. Film include: Me, Too?, Treehouse, A Lunchroom Goes Bananas, 220 Blues and Replay
A collection of religious films and Sunday School favorites. No nuns with rulers here, just good old-time cinematic religion. Learn about the wages of sin, the secret to getting into
You’ve already unlocked a door with the key of imagination. Beyond it is another dimension: a dimension where you have written some amazing dramatic television, but those sweet gigs are
Break out that dusty old AV cart and pull down that clunky projection screen for this collection of vintage educational films designed to turn rowdy young juveniles into respectable students.
A desperate attempt to hedge off the tide of anarchy and chaos. Watch kid’s free spirits crushed under the weight of society’s rules and manners. Films included: Rules, Laws and
Learn about the wonders and dangers of firearms. Films include: The Magician, Trigger Happy Harry, Shoot/Don’t Shoot 2, Shotgun – Second Weapon and more!
What could be worse than to have a little boy become a sissy? The A/V Geeks examine the behavior of potential wimps and what can be done fix it. Films
Though the era of 16mm educational cinema has come to a close, those quirky films unspooled in the mid-century American classroom continue to fascinate viewers today. And no group of
A compilation of 1970s ecologically-themed school films featuring Uncle Smiley – a clumsy, heavy guy with a heart of gold. Films include – Uncle Smiley Goes Recycling, Uncle Smiley Follows
School films that aren’t about hallucinogenic drugs, but were certainly influenced by them. Films include: 200, Toes Tell, Toothache of a Clown, Fantasy of Feet, Malakapalakadoo Skip Two, Replay, The
Given the current outrage against the extracurricular shenanigans taking place in our hallowed halls of learning, you’d think that kids have truly gone wild. But the A/V Geeks have picked
Is a school just a place for learning or is it a constant drain on our tax dollars? Or is it an antiquated death trap? Or maybe it’s haunted? Join
Films where some of the funniest experiments are also the most frightening. Films include – Mobile Lab – Any Questions?, Squeak the Squirrel, Living in a Reversed World, Stanley Milgram’s
Films that illustrate the subtly of good salesmanship while trying to make a buck or two. Films include – Who Killed the Sale?, Tough Customer, Goodwill Ambassadors, Kirby Sales Pitch
Glorious 16mm school films about cats. Learn how to prepare your cat for a pet show, see what happens when a mother cat has a run in with baby skunks,
Why aren’t you popular? Finally a video tape that answers the tough questions: How can I be popular? Why is my family shunned? What can I do to fit in?
A return of one of the most popular and most insidious genres in school films – the mental hygiene film. Films include – What to Do on a Date, Understanding
DVD contains five films from the National Institute of Mental Health's drug education series, Social Seminar.. Bunny (1971) Portrays a young college student who smokes marijuana from time to time,
16mm educational films about personal hygiene – how to avoid bad breath, B.O., yellow teeth, acne and more! Films include – Some of Your Bits Ain’t Nice, Soapy The Germ
Available by popular demand. More films about alienated, angst-filled juvenile delinquents. Amazing. Films included: Who Cares?, Right or Wrong, Why Vandalism?, Merry-Go-Round Horse, The Huntsman
Featuring Centron educational films where Jim Stringer either did the soundtrack or the sound effects. Films include – Office Safey The Thrill Seekers, Caught In a Rip Off (featuring Jim
What better way to get your message across than to use marionettes! It’s not creepy – honest! These films feature marionettes selling you products and teaching you how to use
As the current unemployment rate climbs, the A/V Geeks thought they could help with some amazing employee training films to re-train you to seek a new career in working at
Ah yes, the ABC Afterschool Special. This show introduced a whole generation of kids to suicide, alcoholism, drug abuse where babies come from and what happens when your best friend
Classic 1980s 16mm films that show just how hard it is to be a Christian teenager in these tempting times – what with all the sex, drugs, peer pressure and
A DVD for a test-obsessed nation including films meant for specific niche groups – TV engineers. Films include: You Bet Your Life, The Handtrap Test, SMPTE Color Tv Test Film
The A/V Geeks present films made during the late 1970s push for the nation to adopt the metric system of measurement. Gee, it seem so easy to learn compared to
Bill Cosby has recently been shocking folks with his critical view of African-American;youth culture. Well, folks forget that before the Cosby show and his shilling;for Jell-o, Bill had a lot
Witness the films that planted the seeds of intelligent design in young impressionable minds back in the 1950s. Films made by the Moody Institute of Science to attract the curious
Instructional and educational films to help you survive in the modern world. Learn how to mow your lawn, operate a dishwasher, juggle, deliver a baby in the back of a
A collection of 16mm ecology films from the 1960s and 1970s which raise the question, “Why did we ever stop being green?” Films include: Pitch In, Uncle Smiley Goes Down
Films aimed towards solving the problems faced by today’s (well, really, yesterday’s) modern housewife. A fascinating and insulting look at the 1950s and 1960s housewife. Films include: Goodbye to Garbage,
Do you remember when you could drive your car on the tarmac, buy your tickets on the plane, or greet your grandmother at the terminal gate? These old 16mm educational
In October of 2006, we lost an important educational filmmaker – Sid Davis. He wasn’t the best filmmaker and his message wasn’t always a progressive one. In fact, his vision
Films from the 70s that attempted to teach us about commercials and marketing – Fraud By Mail, Seeing Through Commercials, Why You Buy?, The Thirty Second Dream and Soopergoop.
With the passing of pantomime auteur Marcel Marceau, the A/V Geeks have found some films that show his genius and, in contrast, films that demonstrate why mimes are so despised
An evening of films that look at our love/hate relationship with machinery. Films include Machine Story, Magic Machines, Why Things Go Wrong and more!
Films about the bad people. Films include – Cautious Twins, Girls Beware, Self Defense For Girls, Meeting Strangers: Red light, Green Light, and Roscoe’s Rules
Animals acting badly. Films include – Hoppy the Bunny, Skipper Learns a Lesson, Squeak the Squirrel and more.
What are little boys made of? Fidgety hands, evil minds and little legs that will run away if given the chance. Films included: Trick or Treat, Cheating, Other People’s Property,
More car crashes and their causes. Films include – Drive Defensively, Matter of Judgement, Drive and Survive,Signal 30, and more.
Drugs acting badly. Films include – Case Study Amphetamines, Drug Attack, Marijuana: Great Escape, Drugs Are Like That and Drugs and the Nervous System.
Films about our microscopic friends who make our lives so miserable. Films included – Joan Avoids A Cold (2nd ed), Getting Sick And Getting Well, Cell Wars, Communicable Diseases: They
Why should boys have all the fun of breaking laws and physically and mentally abusing friends, family and neighbors? This show features 16mm school films that show how little girls
Get all four DVDs: Those Naughty Boys, Son of Those Naughty Boys, Those Naughty Girls and Those Naughty Teens Films that feature bad kids and teens reminding us not to
See teenagers succumb to sweet shoplifting, vandalism premarital sex and just plain naughty thoughts. Films include – Caught In A Ripoff, Nobody Tells Me What To Do, Lucy and Morality
Films from the 1970s about the wonders and hazards of roller skating and skateboarding.
Here are some films about toys and the morality tales associated with them. Includes: Toys, Steadfast Tin Soldier, Buy And Buy, Santa’s Toys, lots of 80s toy commercials and more!
Short vignette films designed to provoke discussion with groups of kids, drivers and cops. Films include – Shoot/Don’t Shoot, Working With Older People, Behind the Wheel, What If?, The Grapevine,
Newly remastered! Laugh and be shocked at the gender roles in these 16mm educational films films from the A/V Geeks film archive. Films include Trouble with Women;More Dates for Kay,
Break out that dusty old AV cart and pull down that clunky projection screen for this collection of vintage educational films centering on the subjects that teachers were too embarrassed
The A/V Geeks present an evening of educational films about television and how we should watch it. Films include – Action and Violence, Television Serves Its Community, Basic Television Terms
16mm films that show two blues musicians and the surroundings that influenced their work. Blues Maker (1969) Shows Mississippi blues singer Fred McDowell singing and talking about his blues. Includes scenes of
In honor of those sticky, itchy days after Valentine’s Day, the A/V Geeks share their favorite film genre – venereal disease films. Each film is a mini melodrama of sin,
Films about the automobile – how they are made, how we drive them and adore them. Films include: What Made Sammy Speed, Stop Driving Us Crazy!, Trader Vic’s Used Cars,
Films from the A/V Geeks archive that feature odd, wacky and slightly troubling science experiments.;Living In A Reversed World (11 min);Consists of a perception experiment in which university students wear
Fascinating films by police officers for police officers. Films include – Officer Survival, Shoot/Don’t Shoot I and It’s Your Move, Sergeant.
Continuing the constant challenge to bring you educational film entertainment in the strangest of places (which have included a moving schoolbus and a sausage factory!), AV Geeks and Alamo Drafthouse
Films that explain the wonders (and potential pitfalls) of this new machine called the computer. Films include: Thinking Machines, Basic Computer Terms, Ethics in the Computer Age and Hackers
If scientists dig deep enough in the trash mounds of our popular culture, they will find evidence of beings with long stringy hair, colorful yet tattered clothing and mouths that
Given the success of Smokey the Bear and Woodsey the Owl, a whole army of z-grade mascots appeared on the school film scene. The AV Geeks are happy to present
It would be easy to blame our nation’s current weight problem on confusing nutritional information that we are exposed to everyday. However, these entertaining films – unearthed from the A/V
Educational films that answer some of the nagging questions you might have. Questions like: Answering The Child’s Why, Why Not Try?, Why We Use Money?, Why Not Snack?, Sanitation –
Three films about people with physical handicaps. Steadfast Tin Soldier – the classic Hans Christian Anderson fairy tale. Gravity Is My Enemy – a quadriplegic artist talks about his work
Great films from NASA
Classic postwar films about the government and how we have to be wary of its power. Films include – Despotism, How To Lose What We Have, Powers of Congress, Among
A compilation of educational TV shorts shown on Saturday mornings featuring kids talking about their hometowns. Includes Apache Indian Friends, Eskimo Friends, Friends in Alpine TX, Friends in Atlanta GA,
A 1980s Christian investigative report linking rock music and suicide. Lots of criticism of Boy George, AC/DC, Mick Jagger, transvestites, drugs, sex, satanism, etc. Many great moments, especially their description