Sr1−xNdxCuOy thin films are grown on SrTiO3 substrates by rf-magnetron sputtering and pulsed-laser deposition. The sputter-deposited film with x=0 has an “infinite-layer” structure whose lattice constants are: α=0.390 nm and c=0.347 nm. When x is larger than 0.1, the films contain a phase of the Sr14CuO24O41 structure. The laser-deposited films of Sr1−xNdxCuOy with x≤.075 were single phase of the “infinite-layer” structure. The lattice parameter c decreased and the lattice parameter αincreased, as the Nd content, x, increased. The films with α=0.10 and 0.125 exhibited superconducting onset temperatures around 26 K. Weak Meissner signals were observed for these films at temperatures below 30 K.