Film and Television
- America (1924 film), a film by D. W. Griffith
- America (2009 film), an American made-for-television film
- America (2011 film), a 2011 Puerto Rican film
- America: Freedom to Fascism, a 2006 documentary
- América (telenovela), a Brazilian telenovela
- America (US TV series), a syndicated afternoon talk show
- Amreeka, a 2009 film (Amreeka the Arabic pronunciation for America)
- America America, a 1963 American film by Elia Kazan
- America: A Personal History of the United States, a 13-part BBC television documentary series
- America: The Story of Us, a six-part, 12-hour television documentary depicting the history of the United States
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