Workplace safety film for employees who work with heavy machinery. To license this film and get a higher quality version for broadcast/film purposes, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Points out that the mishandling of routine emotional disturbance calls accounts for 20 percent of all police fatalities. Takes the officer through the important steps of the who, what, where, when and how of any complaint. Shows why it’s important to get the facts, so the officer answering the call can exercise caution, yet deal with compassionate authority. Presents re-enactments …
A film made for police, firemen and first responders to alert them to special care that needs to be taken when rescuitating a laryngectomee – a person whose larynx has been removed, usually due to cancer.
Depicts handicapped persons in real life situations to illustrate what normalization is for persons with developmental handicaps. Narrated by Lloyd Nolan (from TV’s “Julia”). To license this film and get a higher quality version for broadcast/film pur…
Deals with one of the major problems facing school administrators in every part of the country. Last year’s destruction by vandals cost $35, 600,000. Designed to make students realize that vandalism is dumb.
Outlines the adjustments in skills necessary for winter driving and the precautions motorists should take to prepare a car for cold weather. Emphasizes the proper techniques to anticipate and avoid potential accidents due to skidding on ice and snow, how to recover from a skid and the proper use of ‘jumper cables’.
Drawing from a collection of over 20,000 educational and industrial films, the A/V Geeks Stock Footage collection provides a wide spectrum of material from later half of the 20th century - hundreds of hours worth of footage available for your project (broadcast, DVD, online, corporate, student films). We specialize in educational films and industrial shorts and have footage of American home life, work environments, school and some historical events.
Contact us, if you can't find what you are looking for. The clips found online are just a fraction of the archives holdings.
Our rates are quite reasonable for documentaries, television, student productions and more.