This is a list of films about the Romanovs, the ruling family of Russia from 1613 to 1917. There have been many films about the Romanovs, so this list may be incomplete.
|1896||Russian Empire||Coronation of Nicholas II||Camille Cerf||First film ever made in Russia.|
|1913||Russian Empire||Tryokhsotletie Tsarstvovaniya Doma Romanovykh||Aleksandr Drankov||English Title: Tercentenary of the Accession of the House of Romanov.|
This film was released to commemorate the 300th anniversary of Romanov rule in Russia.This film was said to have the blessing of Tsar Nicholas II himself.
|1917||United States||The Fall of the Romanovs||Herbert Brenon||This was one of four films released after the abdication of Nicholas II in March 1917. One of the characters, Iliodor, enemy monk of Rasputin, played himself.|
|1919||Soviet Russia||Pyotr i Alexei||Yuri Zhelyabuzhsky||English title:Peter and Alexei|
Chronicled the childhood of Peter the Great, moving from the reign of his father to his own.
|1927||Soviet Union||The Fall of the Romanov Dynasty||Esfir Shub||Classic compilation documentary.|
|1928||United States||Clothes Make the Woman||Tom Terriss||This was the first film about Anna Anderson who pretended to be Grand Duchess Anastasia Nikolaevna.|
|1928||Weimar Republic||Anastasia, die falsche Zarentochter||Arthur Bergen||This film has hastily written and produced to take advantage of the allegation that Anna Anderson was actually Fransziska Schanskowska, a missing factory worker from Poland. This allegation was made by Grand Duke Ernst Ludwig of Hesse and his private investigators.|
|1932||United States||Rasputin and the Empress||Richard Boleslawski||First sound film where all the Barrymore siblings Lionel, John, and Ethel appeared together.Prince Felix Yussupov who was living in London at the time, launched a massive lawsuit against MGM for the inaccurate portrayal of himself and his wife, Irina Alexandrovna.|
|1940||Nazi Germany||Katharina von Rußland||Carl Froelich||English title: Catherine of Russia|
Never completed; Only a few shots were completed before production was halted.
|1956||United States||Anastasia||Anatole Litvak||Film adaptation of the play by Marcelle Maurette|
|1956||West Germany||Anastasia, die letzte Zarentochter||Falk Harnack||English Title: The Story of Anastasia|
Starring Lilli Palmer as Anna Anderson/Anastasia
|1966||United Kingdom||Rasputin, the Mad Monk||Don Sharp|
|1967||France||I Killed Rasputin||Robert Hossein|
|1971|| United Kingdom
|Nicholas and Alexandra||Franklin J. Schaffner||Based on the book by Robert K. Massie|
|1977||Soviet Union||Agoniya||Elem Klimov||Film about Rasputin.Was not released in the Soviet Union until 1981.|
|1974||United Kingdom||Fall of Eagles||John Elliot (creator)||Miniseries about the fall of the Habsburg, Hohenzollern, and Romanov dynasties.|
|1986|| United States
|Peter the Great||Lawrence Schiller||Television miniseries based on the book by Robert K. Massie|
|1986|| United States
|Anastasia: The Mystery of Anna||Marvin J. Chomsky||Miniseries based on the fantasy biography of Anna Anderson by Peter Kurth|
|1991||Soviet Union||Tsareubiytsa||Karen Shakhnazarov||English title: Assassin of the Tsar|
Film about a man who claims to be Yakov Yurovsky, the man who killed Tsar Nicholas II.
|1992||Russian Federation||Last Days of the Last Tsar||Anatoli Ivanov||Documentary film|
|1996|| United States
|Rasputin: Dark Servant of Destiny||Uli Edel|
|1997||United States||Anastasia||Don Bluth / Gary Goldman||Animated adaptation of Anastasia 1956; the most famous film version on the mystery of Anastasia's alleged survival|
|2000||Russian Federation||Romanovy: Ventsenosnaya semya||Gleb Panfilov||English title: The Romanovs: An Imperial Family|
Includes footage of the canonization of Tsar Nicholas II and his family in 2000.
|2002||Russian Federation||Russian Ark||Alexander Sokurov||Filmed in the Hermitage Museum in St.Petersburg in just one 90 minute shot.|
|2003||United Kingdom||The Lost Prince||Stephen Poliakoff||Mini series about Prince John of the United Kingdom.The Romanovs appear in a few scenes.|
|2013||Russian Federation||The Romanovs||Maxim Bespaly||Historical reconstruction series made by the Channel One, Star Media and Babich Design studios for the 400th anniversary of the ascencion of Tsar Michael to the Russian throne in 1613.|
|2017||Russian Federation||Matilda||Alexei Uchitel||The love affair between Mathilde Kschessinska and Nicholas II of Russia.|