Cinderella is a classic fairy tale.
Cinderella may also refer to:
- Cinderella (1899 film) (French: Cendrillon), a French film directed by Georges Méliès
- Cinderella (1914 film), a silent film starring Mary Pickford
- Cinderella (1916 film), a German silent film directed by Urban Gad
- Cinderella (1922 film), a Disney animated short
- Cinderella (1930 film), an animated Felix the Cat film
- Cinderella (1947 film), a Soviet musical film
- Cinderella (1950 film), an animated film by Walt Disney Pictures
- Cinderella (1955 film), a West German family film directed by Fritz Genschow
- Cinderella (1957 TV film), the original TV film of the Rodgers and Hammerstein musical, starring Julie Andrews
- Cinderella (1965 TV film), a TV film remake of Rodgers and Hammerstein's musical, starring Lesley Ann Warren
- Cinderella (1977 film), an American erotic musical comedy
- Cinderella (1979 film) (Russian: Золушка, romanized: Zolushka), a Soviet animated musical film
- Cinderella (1997 film), a second TV film remake of Rodgers and Hammerstein's musical
- Cinderella (2000 film), starring Kathleen Turner
- Cinderella (2002 film), a Russian-Ukrainian musical
- Cinderella (2006 film), a South Korean horror film
- Cinderella (2012 film), a Russian romantic comedy
- Cinderella (2015 Disney film), a Walt Disney Pictures live-action film
- Cinderella (2015 Indian film), a Marathi-language film
- Ratsasan (Tamil: ராட்சசன்), a 2018 Tamil-language film briefly known as Cinderella during production
- Cinderella (2021 American film), an American musical film
- Cinderella (2021 Indian film), a Tamil-language film
- Cinderella (CNBLUE song), 2015
- "Cinderella" (Diana Vickers song), 2013
- Cinderella (Firefall song), 1976
- Cinderella (i5 song), also covered by Play, The Cheetah Girls, and Tata Young
- "Cinderella" (Krista Siegfrids song), 2014
- "Cinderella" (Lionel Richie song), 2000
- "Cinderella" (Mac Miller song), 2016
- Cinderella (Shakaya song), 2002
- Cinderella (Steven Curtis Chapman song), 2007
- Cinderella (Sweetbox song), 2001
- Cinderella (Vince Gill song), 1987
- "Cinderella" (Main Title), from the Disney Cinderella (1950 film), performed by The Jud Conlon Chorus and Marni Nixon, soundtrack released 1997
- "Cinderella", by Alexandra Joner
- "Cinderella", by Britney Spears from her self-titled third studio album, Britney
- "Cinderella", by Brotherhood of Man from B for Brotherhood
- "Cinderella", a Chris Brown remix of the Rihanna song "Umbrella"
- "Cinderella", by Diana Vickers from Music to Make Boys Cry
- "Cinderella", by Firefall
- "Cinderella", by Paul Anka
- "Cinderella", by The Sonics from Boom
- "Cinderella", by Hooverphonic from A New Stereophonic Sound Spectacular
- Cinderella (franchise), a Disney franchise based on the 1950 film
- Cinderella, 1966 pantomime, featuring Cliff Richard and The Shadows
- Cinderella (fly), a genus of insects
- Cinderella (software), an interactive geometry software
- Cinderella (sports), a team or player who advances much further in a tournament than expected
- Cinderella, West Virginia, an unincorporated community and coal town
- Cinderella, or the Little Glass Slipper, a book illustrated by Marcia Brown
- Cinderella book, an Introduction to Automata Theory, Languages, and Computation
- Cinderella stamp, a non-postal stamp-like label
- Mufaro's Beautiful Daughters: An African Tale, a 1987 book written by John Steptoe as an African version of Cinderella.
- MS Viking Cinderella, a 1989 Viking Line cruiseferry
- The Egyptian Cinderella, a 1991 book written by Shirley Climo as an Egyptian Cinderella.
- The Rough-Face Girl, a 1992 book written by Rafe Martin as an Indian version of Cinderella.
- The Korean Cinderella, a 1996 book written book by Shirley Climo as Korean version of Cinderella.
- Ever After, a 1998 American romantic drama film inspired by the Cinderella fairy tale.
- A Cinderella Story (film series), an American series of films based on Cinderella owned by Warner Bros.
- Ever After The Musical,a 2015 musical based on the 1998 film of the same name inspired by the Cinderella fairy tale.