Titanic in the Movies
Saved from the Titanic (Dorothy Gibson's version or mine) is only one of the movies made about the wreck of the great ship. We don't have that one for you, because the only surviving copies were burned with the Eclair Studios in 1914.
Here are some others:
Newsreels about the Titanic are mostly Olympic. This one includes the only actual film of Titanic, as well as footage of Carpathia, survivors, and crew, the White Star offices and piers in New York, and the Mackay-Bennett. (Caution if you are sensitive to blinking lights: there is a short blinking "CQD" scene from approximately 1:10-1:24.)
In Nacht und Eis (In Night and Ice; German, August 1912)
The second movie about Titanic was directed by the Romanian Mime Misu, who also played Captain Smith. Shot largely on the German liner Kaiserin Augusta Victoria, it provides lengthy scenes of life on board a Titanic-era liner. Long thought lost, In Night and Ice was rediscovered by a German collector in 1998--and here it is on YouTube.
Atlantic (England, 1929)
Titanik (Germany, 1943)
Titanic (USA, 1953)
A Night to Remember (England, 1958)
Titanic (USA, 1997)
Ghosts of the Abyss (USA, 2003)
YouTube is full of documentaries about Titanic, many of them created around the time of the centenary. Recommended:
Titanic Sinks in Real Time, created by the programmers of the game Titanic Honor and Glory.
"The Collision Sequence of Events", a lovely geeky mini-documentary by the Titanic Honor and Glory gang and Titanic expert Parks Stephenson. Bless them, they filmed this in the remaining bits of the Olympic First Class Lounge. Look at the background and you'll see what a bit of first-class Titanic looked like.