Written, aural and visual compositions by writers and other artists
  • A. B. and C. - Third broadcast episode of The Prisoner, where Number Two induces dreams on Number Six
  • Action Films - Movies where protagonists and antagonists perform physically challenging feats
  • Adventure Films - Films depicting some risky undertaking, usually fictional or based on legend
  • Adventures of Robin Hood, The - 1938 Oscar-nominated movie about the legendary Robin Hood
  • All Quiet on the Western Front - 1930 Oscar-winning movie about what was then called the Great War
  • Amazing Grace - 2006 movie about William Wilberforce and the campaign to abolish the slave trade in the British Empire
  • Americanization of Emily, The - 1964 Oscar-nominated film written by Paddy Chayefsky
  • American Mercury - American literary magazine founded by H. L. Mencken. which he edited during its first ten years
  • Amistad - 1997 Steven Spielberg movie about the slave trade in the early 19th century
  • analysis - Monthly broadsheet published by Frank Chodorov
  • Anarchism in America - 1981 documentary that surveys anarchist history in the United States
  • Animal Farm - 1954 animated film based on the George Orwell book
  • Animated Films - Films using sequences of images to create the illusion of movement
  • Antz - 1998 animated film about an individualistic ant in a conformist, totalitarian ant colony
  • Arrival - First episode of The Prisoner, where Number Six arrives at The Village and attempts his first two escapes