- Orson Welles's 1952 film with Welles as Othello, Michael MacLiammoir as Iago, and Suzanne Cloutier as Desdemona.
- Oliver Parker's 1995 film with Laurence Fishburne as Othello, Kenneth Branagh as Iago, and Irène Jacob as Desdemona. Branagh manipulates Michael Maloney (Roderigo) and delivers Iago's first soliloquy.
- Bob Hoskins does the same in Jonathan Jonathan Miller's 1981 television production with Anthony Hopkins as Othello, Penelope Wilton as Desdemona, and Rosemary Leach as Emilia. (Cuts off early.)
- Bob Hoskins delivers Iago's second soliloquy.
- Kenneth Branagh's Iago soliloquizes after destroying Cassio's reputation.
- Irène Jacob sings the willow song and gets advice from Anna Patrick (Emilia).
- Laurence Olivier and Maggie Smith in Stuart Burge and John Dexter's 1965 film, starring Olivier in a disturbing blackface performance. With Joyce Redman as Emilia and a very young Derek Jacobi as Cassio.
- Fishburne delivers Othello's last words.
- Willard White does the same in Trevor Nunn's 1990 television production with Ian McKellan as Iago, Imogen Stubbs as Desedemona, and Zoë Wanamaker as Emilia.
- Filming Othello, a documentary in which Welles discusses his movie in detail.
- Paul Robeson describes the role of Othello.
- Scenes from O, Tim Blake Nelson's adaptation, with Mekhi Phifer as Othello/Odin, Josh Hartnett as Iago/Hugo, and Julia Stiles as Desdeomona/Desi.
- The Reduced Shakespeare Company does the Othello rap.
- Jerry Lee Lewis channels Iago in Catch My Soul, a rock musical adaptation.
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