- The recent MGM Film, Luther (2003), is an exciting, fast-paced production. It is well done, but the movie unfortunately omits the key doctrine of justification by faith alone. This could be a helpful resource if used in conjunction with other tools so that the doctrine at the heart of the Reformation is not ignored. Some violent scenes in this PG-13 movie may be inappropriate for young children. 2 hours, 4 minutes.
- Martin Luther (1955) (click here for a deluxe edition, or here for a bargain) is a classic film that explores Luther's doctrinal issues with more depth than the 2003 MGM treatment. It may seem a bit dated, but it is a good treatment of Luther that sets his life in its historical context. 1 hour, 45 minutes.
- Martin Luther (2002) is a PBS Empires documentary with interviews with scholars and some dramatized scenes from Luther's life. 1 hour, 50 minutes.
- In Where Luther Walked, author Roland Bainton gives viewers a historic tour of important sites. 30 minutes.