Movie about a surfer who’s moving to Cincinnati, where he is shifting to rollerblades to
gain respect from his new classmates. What god wants by Roger Waters can be heard on
the soundtrack. With Shane McDermott and Seth Green.
A Tribute to Heroes (Telethon Broadcast) (2001) Broadcast for the tribute show in
memory of September 11th 2001. Includes the Pink Floyd song Wish You Were here
performed by Limp Bizkit & Johnny Rzeznik.
Another Brick In the Wall
Video clip directed by Gerald Scarfe Includes animations from Pink Floyd The Wall and
video footage with kids. The video clip is included on the DVD version on the movie.
THE BODY (1970)
Anglo-EMI / Kestrel Film Directed by Roy Battersby Produced by Tony Garnett
Medical documentary with music by Ron Geesin and Roger Waters
Soundtrack: Music From the body Video: Warner Brothers PES 38196
BLUE LIGHT (1984)
David Gilmour promotion video for the album About Face Directed by Storm Thorgeson.
LA CARRERA PANAMERICA (1992)
Documentary film with music by Pink Floyd
Original film shown on BBC, December 1991. Edited video released April 13, 1992.
CEMENT GARDEN (1991)
Film with a new Gilmour song: ‘Me And J.C.’
COLOURS OF INFINITY (1994)
TV-documentary on fractals hosted by Arthur Clarke
Instrumental soundtrack composed and performed by David Gilmour.
By Michael Barnsley, Nigel Lesmoir-Gordon, Benoit B. Mandelbrot, Ian Stewart, Gary
Flake, Robert Prechter, Arthur C. Clarke
The CROSSING / Boku no ojisan (2000)
Japanese film directed by Yoichi Higashi. Near the end of this drama, the Pink Floyd song IF is played in full on the
soundtrack. The movie stars Michitaka Tsutsui, Takato Hosoyamada and Miho Tsumiki. Duration: 116 minutes.
CRYSTAL VOYAGER (1974)
Spectacular surfer-film directed by George Greenough and orchestrated by Pink Floyd’s Echoes. Greenough takes his
camera and you on a vibrant trip into the rolling, crashing ocean. Filmed with a camera mounted on a surf board.
THE COMMITTEE (1968)
Directed by Peter Sykes.
Produced by Max Steuer.
Pink Floyd produced the music to the film. It was originally Syd Barrett who was suppossed to make the score, but his work
was not finished.The soundtrack has not been released and the film has been unavailable since it premiered in 1968. In
July 2005 the film is finally released on DVD.
The cast: Jimmy Gardner, Paul Jones, Tom Kempinski, Robert Langdon Lloyd and Pauline Munro. The movie is a surreel
murder-story filmed in black and white and it only runs for 55 minutes, but the DVD contains a lot of bonues interviews and
materials. The musical score by Pink Floyd has never before been released
THE DARK SIDE OF THE MOON
Documentary about the making of the classic album
Rare and private footage from collectors worldwide in varying quality.
DAVID GILMOUR LIVE IN CONCERT 2002
Stripped to the bare essentials, and the antithesis of Pink Floyd’s epic live performances, David Gilmour in Concert is a low-
key, classy affair. Using footage from 2001’s Meltdown Concert and his Royal Festival Hall show in 2002, Gilmour performs
a mix of solo compositions and Floyd classics. Opening with a lengthy acoustic version of “Shine On You Crazy Diamond”,
the show gradually gathers momentum as “Fat Old Sun” and “High Hopes” are tackled. Other legends such as Richard
Wright and Bob Geldof make guest appearances, with Geldof providing complementary vocals for the second live version
of “Comfortably Numb” featured. “Shine On” is also reprised mid-way, this time with added backing band, choir and
electric guitar. Resembling more a classical than a rock concert, the audience attentively soak up Gilmour’s performance,
politely clapping at the right moments and never doing anything as undignified as standing up (although there are the
occasional cat-calls). It’s an excellent live recording that should appeal to all Gilmour’s fans.
DAVID GILMOUR (1978)
Promotion video clips from the album David Gilmour.
DAVID GILMOUR LIVE AT HAMMERSMITH ODEON (1984)
Video with David Gilmour’s live performance of ‘About Face’ and some Pink Floyd songs. Filmed April 28-30, 1984. Only
released in USA.
Directed by Michael Hurll, Norman Stone.
DEEP END LIVE (1986)
Live video with Pete Townshends Deep End (including Dave Gilmour).
Filmed at Brixton Academy in London November 1-2, 1986.
The video (and an album) is only released in USA.
DELICATE SOUND OF THUNDER (1989)
Pink Floyd In Concert From the Momentary laspe of reason tour.
THE DIVISION BELL (1994)
Two Pink Floyd promotion clips from The Division Bell. Take it back – directed by Mark Brickman High Hopes- directed by
THE DYBBUK OF THE HOLY APPLE FIELD (1997)
Film, Schweiz/Germany/Israel, 1998. Music by Rick Wentworth and Roger Waters
Roger Waters recorded a coverversion of Knockin on heavens door(Bob Dylan) for this film. He is collaborating with Rick
Wentworth on the opera Ca Ira, Roger Waters has released this version of the song on the album Flickering Flame
An 18 minute Pink Floyd video montage produced by Capitol Records prior to the release of the compilation album
Echoes. The video is made for the web and contains rare Floyd footage, music and interviews.
ENDANGERED SPECIES (1990)
Environmental documentary with music by David Gilmour, Kate bush, Peter Gabriel and others.
THE FINAL CUT (1983)
VHS:Picture Music International PMI Video Music Collection PM 0010
Instructor Curt Mitchell teaches Pink Floyd songs.
THE HEART OF THE SUN (1974)
Directed by Peter Clifton.
Including: Careful with that Axe eugene and Set the controls.
HE CHANGED THE MUSIC (LES PAUL)(1988)
Music video with “Les Paul and friends” including guitarist Eddie Van Halen and of course David GIlmour.
THE HISTORY OF ROCK ‘N’ ROLL, vol.8: The Seventies (1995)
Produced by Quincy Jones a.o. including clips with Roger Waters, David Gilmour, David Bowie, Robert Plant, Jimmy
Page, Bob Marley and many others.
Inside Pink Floyd, A critical review 1967 – 1974 / 1975 – 1996
A DVD is a review of the Pink Floyd albums with lots of rare and previously unreleased material from live and studio
performances with the band.
IN THE FLESH (2001)
Live concert with Roger Waters. Released on VHS and a DVD with several bonus features.
IN THE STYLE OF PINK FLOYD (1997)
Published by Music Video Products, INC.
The Italian Job (2003)
The new version of the gangster movie “the Italian Job” features a coverversion of ‘Money’ on the soundtrack. Scott
Weiland, Slash, Duff McKagan and Matt Sorum (x-members of Guns N’Roses) has teamed up in a band called Velvet
Revolver and recorded a coverversion of Pink Floyd’s Money. The song is not included on the CD release of the
soundtrack, but can be heard in the film.
KNEBWORTH ’90 – THE EVENT (vol. 3) (1990)
Video from the Knebworth concert. Pink Floyd is on volume 3.
KNEBWORTH ’90 (1990)
Live TV-broadcast from the Knebworth Concert
The Legend of 1900 (1999)
La Leggenda Del Pianista Sull’Oceano
Film starring Tim Roth and directed by Italian director Guiseppe Tornatore (Cinema Paradiso).
Roger Waters CO-wrote the song ‘Lost Boys Calling’ with Italian composer Ennio Morricone. The song is produced by
Patrick Leanard and is included on the soundtrack. Guitar by Eddie Van Halen. The Italian and the US version of the film
has different versions of the song. The biggest difference is the guitar solo. The US soundtrack is released from Sony
Classical and a promotion CD including ‘Lost Boys Calling’ has also been distributed. Roger Waters has released the track
on the album Flickering Flame.
LEGENDS: PINK FLOYD
Pink Floyd TV documentary produced by the music TV-channel VH1. Premiered on VH1 January 12, 2002.
LA MARGE (1976)
Sylvia Kristel in a film directed by Walerian Berowczyk.
Soft-porn with Shine on you crazy diamond to accompany oral-sex!
THE LAST SHOW ON EARTH (1992)
Documentary on ecological issues with soundtrack composed by David Gilmour
THE LIMEY (1999)
Entertaining movie with a small Pink Floyd reference. Directed by Steven Soderbergh. Wilson (Terence Stamp) is released
from prison after robbing the profit from a Pink Floyd concert.
LIFE COULD BE A DREAM (1985)
Directed by Mike Shackleton.
27 minutes film-portrait of Nick Mason. With music by Nick and Rick Fenn.
Two decades years after Live Aid addressed the issue, lethally oppressive poverty in Africa remains a blight on the planet.
Thus, in the Summer of 2005 activist Bob Geldof staged an even more ambitious series of continent-spanning concerts
dedicated to raising funds and public consciousness about international debt relief. This expansive four-disc chronicles
those shows in one of the most ambitious concert documents ever attempted, capturing all of the highlights (and a few
complete artist sets) of concerts in London, Philadelphia, Toronto, Paris, Berlin and Moscow. Underscoring the events’
sense of unity, the performances here span both generations and genres, offering veteran rock fans often muscular sets by
Elton John (including a woozy take on T. Rex’s “Children of the Revolution” with Baby Shambles’ Pete Doherty), The Who,
Sting (who sharply reprises a trio of Police favorites) and the ubiquitous Paul McCartney. But the highlight of the Jurassic
set’s contributions are a reunion of Roger Waters and his long-estranged Pink Floyd bandmates on a sonically flawless five-
song whirl through highlights of Dark Side of the Moon, Wish You Were Here and The Wall; footage of their rehearsal for
the show is contained on the set’s equally eclectic fourth disc of bonus materials.
LONDON ’66-’67 (1967)
30 rare minutes of footage from UFO club, London.
Extracts from the film Tonight lets all make love in london
Also released on Cd Single The 2CD set contains some video material on a CD-ROM for Windows computers.
A MOMENTARY LAPSE OF REASON (1988)
Pink Floyd promotion clips of…
One Slip, Learning to fly, On the turning away and Dogs of war
Directed by Barbet Schoeder Script by Paul Gegauff and Barbet Schoeder
Cinemaphotographer – Nestor Almendros Produced by Dave Lewis. Jet Films.
With Michel Chanderli, Heinz Engelmann, Mimsy Farmer, Klaus Grunberg, Gorges Montant, Louise Wenk, Henry Wolf
Music by Pink Floyd. Soundtrack: More
MUSIC POWER (1969)
Directed by Gerome Laperrousaz
Non-released documentary from the Amougies Festival in Belgium, October 1969.
With recording of Pink Floyd Intersteller overdrive and more.
Paul McCartney Live at the Cavern (1999)
Concert video from the famous performance with David Gilmour. Ian Paice, Mick Green and Pete Wingfield.
Pink Floyd-Behind the Wall (2000)
TV-documentary about The Wall album and concerts. The VH-1 documentary includes footage from the Earls Court shows
in 1980 as well as interviews and older film clips.
PINK FLOYD LIVE AT POMPEII (1972)
There are now 3 different releases of this film:
The original theatrical version from 1971 is about 60 minutes long and only has the recordings from Pompeii.
In 1973 a new “full length version” was released with new clips added. Director Adrian Maben had visited Pink Floyd in the
studio while they were recording the historical album Darkside of the moon. These sequences from the studio, interviews
and footage of Pink Floyd eating oysters and applepie in the Abbey Road Studios were put in between the original songs.
The full length version runs for about 80 minutes. For the newly released DVD we finally have soemthing called the
“directors cut”. Again Adrian Maben went back to the editing table, but this time he should probably have stayed away.
The films original opening sequence has been changed into some poor CGI animations of planets circling around in
space and a rocket launching (completely uninteresting and doesn’t match the great Pompeii footage). The long and
daring zoom in Echoes part 1 has been cut in pieces. Other old clips from the dustbin has also been added: suddenly we
see an old lady crossing the street in front of Abbey Road or a bus passing. In the last part of the film we fly through a
computer animated version of the old Pompeii. Makes you think of Discovery Channel and is all in all distracting and out
of content. The directora cut is 92 minuntes long.
It seems that director Adrian Maben has been scared that his original work was not good enough for a modern audience.
Sadly his attempts to modernise the film had the opposite effect and the original version is by far the best. Luckily the
newly released DVD features both the directors cut and the original theatrical version.
PINK FLOYD IN CONCERT
– LIVE FROM EARLS COURT LONDON (1995)
PINK FLOYD IN VENICE (1989)
PINK FLOYD – THE WALL (1979)
Do you need a description?
2 hour ‘home-video’ showing backstage footage and more from ‘The MLOR tour. The video is recorded and produced by
sound mixer Bob Hickey.
PSYCHOMANIA-PSYCHEDELIC ROCK (1995)
14 videos with different rock bands from Magnum Music. Including Pink Floyd, Cream, David Bowie, Hendrix, Soft
Machine, Byrds, Jefferson Airplane, Steve Miller Band and more
PULSE 20-10-94 (1995)
Important note on PULSE DVD:
PULSE has NOT yet been officially released on DVD until spetember 18th, but several unofficial/bootleg copies in poor
quality are available from different online sources. Most of them are simply a low quality scan from a VHS tape. Any news
of an official DVD release will be posted on this site.
RADIO K.A.O.S. (1988)
Promotional video for Roger Waters Radio kaos lp
ROCK AID: ARMENIA (1988)
Video of charity performance with Pink Floyd and Deep Purple amongst others.
ROCK CITY – SOUNDS OF THE CITY (1963-73)
Directed by Peter Clifton.
With live-recordings of Pink Floyd performing Careful with that axe eugene.
ROCK FIEBER / STAMPING GROUND – LOVE AND MUSIC (1970)
Documentary from Holland Pop Festival, Kralingen, Rotterdam. It was a 3 day festival with Pink Floyd performing June 28,
1970. Pink Floyd performs Set the controls for the heart of the sun and saucerful of secrets.
Also with T-rex, Santana, Al Stewart and Canned Heat.
RUBY WAX GOES TO CALIFORNIA (1992)
TV series with music composed and performed by David Gilmour
Directed by Anthony Stern.
A 15 minutes feature about 24 hours in San Francisco. Intersteller overdrive is the soundtrack
THE SECRET POLICEMAN’S THIRD BALL (1987)
Live recordings from March 28-29, 1987. David Gilmour and Nick Mason is performing ‘Running Up That Hill’ with Kate
Bush. The concert was arranged as support for Amnesty International. Also released on Lp/cd
The Strat Pack (2005)
Filmed in 2004 to celebrate the 50th Anniversary of the Strat, the Strat Pack concert is a guitar lovers dream. The set
features some of the world’s most renowned axemen, including Joe Walsh (EAGLES), Brian May (QUEEN), David Gilmour
(PINK FLOYD), Hank Marvin (THE SHADOWS), Ron Wood (ROLLING STONES), Gary Moore, Mike Rutherford (GENESIS /
MIKE + THE MECHANICS) and many more!
SF SORROW at Abbey Road (1998)
DVD with David Gilmour & The Pretty Things. Pretty Things’ 1967 rock opera was re-recorded in 1998 featuring David
Gilmour on guitar. The recording SF Sorrow at Abbey Road featuring David Gilmour is available on DVD with interviews
and other extra material.
Shine on – Interviews (2000)
Collection of interviews
SYD’S FIRST TRIP (1993)
Limited edition video with different poor quality ‘home movie’ recordings from the early days of Barrett and Pink Floyd
showing Syd taking mushrooms – and the band after signing their first contract. No sound!
TONITE LET’S ALL MAKE LOVE IN LONDON (1967)
Directed by Peter Whitehead.
Assistant directors: John Esam & Anthony Stern
Documentary on ‘swinging London’ with music by Pink Floyd and others. Soundtrack: Tonight lets all make love in london.
With: Small Faces, Allen Ginsberg, Mick Jagger, Michael Caine, David Hockney and Julie Christie, Alan Aldridge, Eric
Burdon, Donyale Luna, Lee Marvin, Edna O’Brien, Andrew Loog Oldham, Vanessa Redgrave.
Lavallee The valley
Produced by Les Films de Losange.
Soundtrack by Pink Floyd: Obscured by Clouds
Story about a young woman on an expedition to a hidden valley in New Guinea.
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THE WALL – LIVE IN BERLIN (1990) (ROGER WATERS)
Roger performing the wall live in Berlin with special guests
WITHOUT WALLS – THE ART OF TRIPPING (1993)
Documentary about drugs influence on artists.
Soundtrack composed and performed by David Gilmour.
WHAT GOD WANTS, Part 1 (1992)
Running time: 15 minutes
Featuring special guest Jeff Beck
A promotion clip of three wishes has also been produced.
WHEN THE WIND BLOWS (1986)
Directed by Jimmy T. Murakami
Animated movie about the nuclear treat, based on Raymond Brigg’s comic from 1982.
Executive producer: Iain Harvey
Produced by John Coates
Voices: Peggy Ashcroft, John Mills
Soundtrack by Roger Waters, When the wind blows.
WHITE OF THE EYE (1987)
Thriller directed by Donald Cammell
Script Donald and China Cammell based on Margaret Tracy’s novel ‘Mrs. White’.
With David Keith, Cathy Moriarty, Art Evans, China Cammell, David Chow, Art J. Evans, Michael Greene, Dano Gurowich,
Alan Rosenberg, Alberta Watson, and Mark Hayashi
Cinematography by Larry McConkey
Edited by Terry Rawlings
Produced by Sue Baden-Powell, Cassian Elwes, Elliot Kastner, Brad Wyman
Soundtrack by Nick Mason and Rick Fenn (Soundtrack is not released).
Wish You Were Here (2001)
Pink Floyd celebrated the 25th anniversary of their album WYWH with a big marketing campaign launched January 9th
2001. The main feature was a medley of the songs edited by James Guthrie and a Flash-animated video directed by
Storm Thorgeson. The video/animation was only available on the Internet in a limited time!
ZABRISKIE POINT (1969)
Released on video & laserdisc
Directed by Michelangelo Anonioni
With Mark Frechette, Daria Halprin, Rod Taylor, Paul Fix, G.D. Spradlin, Bill Garaway, Kathleen Cleaver, Harrison Ford
Written by Michelangelo Anonioni, Fred Gardner, Sam Shepard, Tonion Guerra, Clara Peploe
Executive producer: Harrison Starr
Produced by Carlo Ponti