Please contact the KFL state office at 800.928.5433 to borrow one of our curated DVDs.

Baby’s 1st Months
(6 minutes)
This brief film describes fetal development while emphasizing conception as the start of life. It gives details of the vital early growth that occurs before the 21st week.

Blood Money
(1 hour 20 minutes)
This is a documentary on the medical and scientific history of the finding that life begins at conception and the relationship to abortion laws. It discusses the Roe v. Wade and Doe v. Bolton court cases and how they changed the inalienable right to life to a “personal decision” and how both cases were constitutionally faulty. The effects of abortion on the African American community and the history and current workings of Planned Parenthood are presented. Post-abortive testimonies are shared. The conditions of abortion clinics are discussed.

Gosnell: The Trial of America’s Biggest Serial Killer
(1 hour 33 minutes)
A crime drama which tells the true story of the trial of Kermit Gosnell, a Pennsylvania abortionist convicted of killing babies after they were born alive during abortions. PG-13.

The Human Experiment: Understanding Stem Cells & Cloning
(25 minutes)
In this documentary physicians explain what stem cells are, how they function, and how adult stem cells can help some diseases. It also discusses cord blood preservation methods and the role of the cryogenic company. An ethicist gives input on the difference in origin of stem cells. The problems with embryonic stem cells not working and the promising work from adult stem cells are presented. There is a testimony of a disability rights activist on adult stem cells and how it is more promising work than embryonic stem cells. The ethical questions regarding cloning and embryonic stem cells and stem cell research in the political arena are discussed. Cloning and how it works is explained and how cloning and stem cells are the gateway to genetic engineering.

Informed: Life is Worth Living
(56 minutes)
This documentary examines euthanasia and doctor-assisted suicide. Experts share information about current trends in the healthcare system and offer advice about making end-of-life decisions. Topics include living wills, brain death, organ donation and hospice care.

An Informed Look at Abortion Techniques
(15 minutes)
This brief video is the medical explanation of old and current abortion techniques using tools and limited computerized images.

Life After Abortion
(Full-length version, 1 hour 46 minutes; abridged version, 1 hour)
Real women tell their abortion stories, describing the circumstances of their pregnancies, making the decision, what it was like to have an abortion and their feelings afterwards. Disc includes 13 additional segments that are not included in the main video.

Maafa 21
(2 hours 10 minutes)
This is a documentary about the relationship between abortion and black genocide in the United States.

A Medical Detective Story: What You Felt Before You Were Born
(1 hour)
In this secular, medical-research based film, a neurologist explains fetal pain and why the 19- to 20-week mark is so significant. The neurologist also highlights the political attempt to diverge from fetal pain research with flawed and biased studies to the contrary.

Pro-Life Without Exception
(1 hour plus 30 minutes of extras)
This faith-based film interviews individuals touched by the abortion “hardcases.” It features victims of rape, individuals with specials needs, family members of individuals with special needs and a survivor of ectopic pregnancy. It discusses the rare life-of-the-mother exception. Bonus features include additional interviews, one of which speaks directly about incest/rape.

Restoring the Value of Life
(1 hour 20 minutes)
This religious, documentary-style film discusses the need for the restoration of a Biblical view of the value of life. The film talks about the discriminatory nature of abortion and how it translates into lost population. It discusses the relationship between coercion, lack of information and consent (particularly about post-abortion syndrome) with abortion and how abortion sales are a big-money industry and not healthcare. This film includes testimonies of post-abortive women and stories from Abby Johnson (former Planned Parenthood director and post-abortive woman). The film also points out how Planned Parenthood promotes active sexuality and offers sex ed to lower modesty and inhibitions, which all leads to increasing their abortion numbers. It elaborates on secular sexuality’s relationship to abortion and infertility.

Sarah’s Choice
(1 hour 30 minutes)
A drama about a young woman with a life decision to make. It is written from a faith basis, but discusses multiple perspectives. A good movie to show a high-school church youth group and follow with discussion.

Turning the Tide: Dignity, Compassion, and Euthanasia
(29 minutes)
Several experts discuss euthanasia and assisted suicide.

(1 hour 49 minutes)
This feature is available for free public screenings, contact KFL at 800.928.5433 for details! 
This movie is the autobiographical story of Abby Johnson. It follows Johnson’s personal and professional journey from being one of the youngest Planned Parenthood clinic directors and award winning employees to starting her own pro-life outreach ministry. The movie is rated R. It was given that rating due to the graphic content of the abortion images. (Despite the ironic fact women too young to see the movie can get an actual abortion.) We do not recommend this film for children younger than 13. Parents of 13 to 15-year-olds should make a decision based on the maturity level of the teen. Religion is discussed in the movie but it is not a “religious movie.”

(1 hour 20 minutes plus 30 minutes of extras)
This movie is a documentary of the 40 years in the wake of Roe v. Wade. Pro-life advocates, former abortion workers, other professionals and religious clergymen discuss the most common life issue topics, including: “my body my choice,” abortion as simply “a religious issue,” Roe v. Wade’s failures, rape and incest exceptions, post-abortive PTSD, Planned Parenthood, pregnancy counseling, sidewalk witnessing, 40 Days for Life, March for Life and undercover abortion clinic videos. Extras are shorts called Face the Truth and To Be Born, both of which contain graphic images. The film is 100 percent secular, though religious leaders are interviewed regarding non-religious topics.