||Year of release
||Plot / Notability
|The Search for Truth
||Documentary about the harmony of science and religion, featuring interviews with Wernher von Braun, Harvey Fletcher, and Henry Eyring.
|The Windows of Heaven
||The story of Lorenzo Snow's revelation on tithing, while the church faced debt and drought.
|Man's Search for Happiness
||Brief overview of the plan of salvation; produced for the 1964 New York World's Fair
||In Polynesia, Johnny has come to the island to bargain eight cows for Mahana to be his wife.
|Pioneers in Petticoats
||Young women form the Young Women's Retrenchment Society as resistance against worldly trends.
|Cipher in the Snow
||The true story of a boy no one thinks to be important. After his sudden death one winter morning, acquaintances begin to reflect on the needs of every individual child.
|John Baker's Last Race
||The true story of a champion athlete who is given only six months to live. His last race, a race with time itself, becomes his greatest as he dedicates his life to the children he teaches, making every child feel important.
|The Phone Call
||Scott is trying earn enough money for karate gear by working first as a paperboy, then he works at a Drive-in-Burger called Ripples, he is also trying to gain confidence to call Pam on a date.
||An elderly widow anxiously awaits mail form her family, but letters do not come. The neighbors make life bearable, but they cannot replace her family. Helps to motivate children and adults alike to maintain communication with their elderly parents and grandparents.
||The true story of an alcoholic who seeks custody of nephews and a niece orphaned by an accident. As he faces the challenge to overcome his alcohol problem and be a good father, he realizes a greater reward than he had imagined.
||Documents a true story about Glen Cunningham, who after a serious accident in his youth was told he would never walk again. Through determination and courage, Glen became a famous, record breaking runner. Emphasizes how important it is to set goals high and work toward them.
|The Trophy Case
||Randy, a teenager, tries to gain his father's approval by excelling in sports. Randy wants more independence, but his father feels the need to be firm in his guidance as long as he is providing for his son. The ending song "If I could dream" was written and performed by Merrill Jenson.
|The Emmett Smith Story
||Emmett Smith is a runner and a High School coach at Cortez High School in Phoenix Arizona. When he develops brain tumor, he gets surgery to remove the tumor from the left ear and is told he may never run again. After that he is determined to regain his balance and focus as he's struggling to run with the students. Meanwhile another student Cindy Duncan is crippled to a wheelchair but is determined to be able to walk on crutches and then walk without them.
|The Drop Card
||The story of a first-year college student who needs help and of a teacher who takes time to be her friend. Points out that feelings of inadequacy are extremely common in human experience and that these feelings can be overcome.
|In One Blinding Moment
||Depicts a father's struggle with bitterness toward the teenage driver of a car that killed his young son. One day the father sees a sign made by his son that says "Love One Another." His whole attitude changes, and he seeks to help the boy who killed his son.
||A young boy needs a blood transfusion to survive after an accident. Because he has a rare blood type, only his sister can give the blood immediately. When the boy is out of danger after the transfusion, his sister reveals the depth of her love for him.
|Joseph Smith: The Man
||The years between our day and the time of the Prophet Joseph Smith are effectively spanned as Lethe Tatge recounts to a group of children what her great grandfather told her of his first hand experiences with the prophet.
|Mr. Krueger's Christmas
||A widowed janitor (played by James Stewart) yearns for company on Christmas and daydreams about the spirit of the holiday.
|A Marvelous Work Begins
||Some of the major events in the coming forth of the Book of Mormon are dramatized, including the loss of the 116 pages of original manuscript.
|The Last Leaf
||O. Henry's story about a dying young girl, and her artist neighbor (played by Art Carney) who yearns to paint his masterpiece.
|How Rare a Possession
||The story of Parley P. Pratt's conversion. Also depicts an Italian pastor converted to the Book of Mormon, which he found unidentified with its title torn off. Shows scenes from the Book of Mormon.
||Documentary about individuals and families whose lives were improved through the Plan of Salvation.
|On the Way Home
||A family grieves after their daughter dies, before learning how they can be reunited through the Plan of Salvation.
|To This End Was I Born
||A depiction of Jesus Christ in the final days in the Passover supper, the suffering in the Garden of Gethsemane, the trail in Jerusalem leading up to his crucifixion on the cross at Calvary, the spirit world and his resurrection from the tomb.
|The Mountain of the Lord
||Wilford Woodruff recounts the story of the building of the Salt Lake Temple, in a film commemorating the centennial of its dedication.
||Follows the life and struggles of a small group of early converts to the church, beginning in the eastern United States through their journey and settlement in pioneer Utah.
|The Testaments of One Fold and One Shepherd
||Portrays events that occurred in the Book of Mormon from shortly before Jesus' birth until shortly after His visit to the peoples of the Americas
|Finding Faith in Christ
||A depiction of Jesus Christs life, including the ministry in Jerusalem, his suffering and death on the cross and his resurrection from the tomb.
|Joseph Smith: The Prophet of the Restoration
||Portrays the life of Joseph Smith, Jr.; released in commemoration of the 200th anniversary of Smith's birth
|Meet the Mormons
||Documents the lives of six devout Mormons living across the world. Received a PG MPAA rating, and was distributed by the LDS Church to movie theaters, both firsts for the church.