@shelliwalkernye shelliwalkernye Film digitization is an ongoing process. It never hurts to contact Support and ask to have something digitized.
. . . but of course it needs to be something that is NOT under copyright
or even when it is digitized - it will not be made available.
Belatedly, on top of what has already been proffered ...
NOT "All" Films, "Digitised" or not, can be made available 'On-Line'.
IF, a Film has a "DGS" number; THEN, that Film HAS been "Digitised".
It may just be the case that the Film CANNOT be made available on-line.
Although, many Records have been, both, "Indexed"; and/or, "Digitised", there are Records that still have not been, both, "Indexed"; and/or, "Digitised".
Whereas, MORE importantly, there are Records that have been, both, "Indexed"; and, "Digitised"; but, are NOT (and, may never be, in the foreseeable future) available 'On-Line'.
There are MANY reason WHY Records are NOT on-line.
One of the main ones being that the Record "Custodian" has NOT given PERMISSION / AUTHORITY for such.
Another one being that the 'On-line' ("Commercial") PAID (ie. "Subscription") Websites pay a Fee to the Record "Custodian", for access to; and, permission/authority to display, such Records; and, 'FamilySearch' is requested to, not make such available; or, take them down.
But, there are a myriad of reasons.
Whenever the Church goes to a Record "Custodian" to request permission to "Film" the Records, the Church (ie. 'FamilySearch') enters into Contractual Agreements/Arrangements with the Record "Custodian".
You must understand that:
▬ There are COUNTLESS Records, all around the World.
▬ And, there are COUNTLESS Record "Custodians", all around the World.
▬ Naturally, of course, the Church (ie. 'FamilySearch') must enter into COUNTLESS Contractual Agreements/Arrangements with the various Record "Custodians".
It is a, legal; and, logistical, 'mine field' and 'nightmare'.
Luckily, the Church has been doing so for over 125 Years.
That said ...
IF, a Film DOES NOT have a "DGS" number; THEN, 'Yes', you can request that that Film be "Digistied"; and, in many cases, that Film is moved HIGHER up the priority "List" of Films to be "Digistied"; but, remember, that DOES NOT guarantee that the that Film WILL be available on-line, either, altogether; or, WITHOUT any RESTRICTIONS.
You can submit a 'FamilySearch' "Support" Case, requesting a Film be "Digitised".
Send a Message ... toward the 'bottom' half of that page/screen
I hope this helps.