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 Grapevine, Promotion Bypass, The Trouble with Women
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 What to Whom?, Your Image: Make It Work for You, Keeping a Job is Work and more!
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 music and non-existant plots. Plus, you’ll learn how lots of things are made – light bulbs, automobiles, candy and more – just not babies. Films
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 of troops. The films and projectors were portable and inexpensive. The challenge was to come up with effective means to engage the average soldier and
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 Man and Pvt. Snafu cartoons.
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 Incredible Edible Egg In Food Service, Purely Coincidental and The Great American Chocolate Factory.
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 Eat, Tasting Party, Short Order Cookery, Pride on Parade, Outbreak of Salmonella Infection and The Art of Cake Decorating with Norman Wilton.
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, What’s It’s All About, Workmanship Myth, Case of the Missing Magnets and more!
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: Pain and Its Alleviation, The Inner World of Aphasia, Shelter and Visiting Nurse.
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 Weapon and more!
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 Film (featuring Don Ameche), Atlantic Imperial Gasoline Promo Film and The Butcher, the Baker and the Ice Cream Maker.
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 Stringer as the shoplifter) The Lunatic, Shake Hands with Danger.
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 McDonald’s or washing dishes. Classic corny edutainment to delight and horrify! Films include: Six Steps To Success, The Front Line, Mr Dish Machine Operator, Project
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 and promotional films from the A/V Geeks Film Archive fondly look back to a day when air travel was a novel luxury. Films include Air
Fascinating films by police officers for police officers. Films include – Officer Survival, Shoot/Don’t Shoot I and It’s Your Move, Sergeant.