Anna & Bella (1984)
Anna & Bella is a 1984 Dutch animated short film from the Netherlands. At the 58th Academy Awards, Anna & Bella won an Oscar for Best Animated Short Film. The film runs 8 minutes. It was directed by Børge Ring, and its cast includes Tonny Huurdeman as the voices of Anna and of Bella.
Crayon Shin-chan: Explosion! The Hot Spring's Feel Good Final Battle (1999)
Crayon Shin-chan: Explosion! The Hot Spring's Feel Good Final Battle , also known as Burst! Hot Spring Battle!, is a 1999 anime film. It is the seventh film based on the popular comedy manga and anime series Crayon Shin-chan. The film was released in theatres on April 19, 1999 in Japan along with the short film titled Kureshin Paradise! Made in Saitama .
The Sting of Death (1990)
The Sting of Death is a 1990 Japanese film directed by Kōhei Oguri and based on the novel by Toshio Shimao. It tells the story of a writer with a wandering eye and his jealous wife. The film was selected as the Japanese entry for the Best Foreign Language Film at the 63rd Academy Awards, but was not accepted as a nominee.
Siddheshwari is a 1989 Hindi documentary film directed by Mani Kaul. It is a cine-profile of Siddheshwari Devi, a well-known classical singer from Varanasi, India.
Twister's Revenge! (1987)
Twister's Revenge! is a 1987 American action comedy film directed by Bill Rebane and released direct-to-video.
Star Wars: The Legacy Revealed (2007)
Star Wars: The Legacy Revealed (TLR) is a TV documentary which premiered on The History Channel in May 2007. It was produced by Prometheus Entertainment in association with The History Channel and Lucasfilm Ltd. The executive producer and director was Emmy Award-winning filmmaker Kevin Burns.
Very Nice, Very Nice (1961)
Very Nice, Very Nice is a Canadian avant-garde collage film made by Arthur Lipsett in 1961, and produced by the National Film Board of Canada.
Arena is a 2009 Portuguese short drama film directed by João Salaviza. It won the Short Film Palme d'Or at the 2009 Cannes Film Festival.
Tell Me Who You Are (2009)
Tell Me Who You Are is a 2009 Malian drama film directed by Souleymane Cissé. It was given a special screening at the 2009 Cannes Film Festival.
Karl the Butcher vs Axe (2010)
Karl the Butcher vs. Axe is a 2010 horror comedy film directed by Andreas Schnaas and Timo Rose. It is the fifth appearance of Schnaas' Karl the Butcher character, the lead antagonist in his Violent Shit film series.
Belle van Zuylen - Madame de Charrière (1993)
Belle van Zuylen – Madame de Charrière is a 1993 Dutch historical film, directed by Digna Sinke.
Metallica: Cliff 'Em All (1987)
Cliff 'Em All is a compilation of video footage by the American thrash metal band Metallica. It was released in 1987 as a tribute to Metallica's bassist Cliff Burton, who died in a tour bus accident on September 27, 1986, at the age of 24, near Ljungby, Sweden during the European leg of their Damage, Inc. Tour. Its title is derived from Metallica's debut album, Kill 'Em All. The home video also features a performance with former guitarist Dave Mustaine on March 19, 1983, shortly before his ousting from the band for heavy drug and alcohol abuse.
Food is a 1992 Czech animated short film directed by Jan Švankmajer that uses claymation and pixilation. It examines the human relationship with food by showing breakfast, lunch, and dinner.
Dream Well (2009)
Álom.net, also known as Dream Well, is a 2009 Hungarian romantic comedy film written and directed by Gábor N. Forgács.
El tesoro del rey Midas (2010)
The Secret Agent's Blunder (1968)
The Secret Agent's Blunder is a 1968 Soviet spy film directed by Venyamin Dorman.
Venus and Mars (2007)
Venus and Mars is a 2007 South Korean romantic comedy film. It was directed by Han Ji-seung and stars Sol Kyung-gu and Kim Tae-hee.
A Very Potter Sequel (2010)
A Very Potter Sequel is a musical with music and lyrics by Darren Criss and a book by Matt Lang, Nick Lang, and Brian Holden. The story is a parody, based on several of the Harry Potter novels by J. K. Rowling, as well as their film counterparts.
The Friends of Jesus - Judas (2001)
Gli amici di Gesù - Giuda is a 2001 Italian-German coproduction television movie produced by Raffaele Mertes. It was included in the Turner Bible Collection series as Close to Jesus - Judas. The cast includes Enrico Lo Verso as Judas, Danny Quinn as Jesus, and Mathieu Carrière as Pilate.
Khurafat - Perjanjian Syaitan (2011)
Khurafat: Perjanjian Syaitan is a 2011 Malaysian horror thriller film directed by Syamsul Yusof starring Syamsul himself and Liyana Jasmay as a lead role. The film was released on January 13, 2011 and it was his first horror film. The film also produced a TV series, the Khurafat The Series which was aired on July 12, 2011 at Astro Ria.
Gasolin' is a 2006 documentary film directed by Anders Østergaard.
A Summer in a Sea Shell (1985)
A Summer in a Sea Shell is a 1985 Slovenian teen film directed by Tugo Štiglic. It was followed by A Summer in a Sea Shell 2 in 1988.
Uli the Tenant (1955)
Uli the Tenant is a 1955 Swiss comedy drama film directed by Franz Schnyder and starring Liselotte Pulver, Hannes Schmidhauser and Emil Hegetschweiler. Based on a classic 1849 novel by Jeremias Gotthelf, it was made as a sequel to the hit 1954 film Uli the Farmhand.
Frits and Freddy (2010)
Frits and Freddy is a 2010 Flemish-Belgian comedy film directed by Guy Goossens.
Hong Kong Bronx (2008)
Hong Kong Bronx is a 2008 Hong Kong action film directed by Billy Chung, and starring Jordan Chan and Annie Man. The film was produced by Wong Jing, whose father, Wong Tin-Lam, appears in a supporting role.
Dexter's Laboratory: Ego Trip (1999)
Dexter's Laboratory: Ego Trip is an animated television film based on the Cartoon Network animated television series Dexter's Laboratory. It was produced by Hanna-Barbera Cartoons and originally aired on December 10, 1999. The special follows Dexter, the series' protagonist, as he travels forward through time and meets futuristic versions of himself and his rival Mandark. Originally intended to conclude the series, the film maintained successful ratings for the channel, despite mixed reviews from critics; it led to Cartoon Network reviving the show for two more seasons, which began in November 2001 and concluded in November 2003. This is the final Dexter's Laboratory installment to be animated using traditional cel animation before switching to digital ink-and-paint with the third season. The events of the film take place after all four seasons of the show, including the revival seasons.
The Samurai I Loved (2005)
The Samurai I Loved
is a 2005 Japanese drama film directed by Mitsuo Kurotsuchi. It was entered into the 28th Moscow International Film Festival.
The Man Without a Map (1968)
The Man Without a Map is a 1968 Japanese film directed by Hiroshi Teshigahara and starring Shintaro Katsu. The screenplay was adapted by Kōbō Abe from his novel The Ruined Map. This was the fourth and final film collaboration between Teshigahara and Abe.
The Story of Boys and Girls (1989)
The Story of Boys & Girls is a 1989 Italian comedy-drama film directed by Pupi Avati. The film won the Silver Ribbons for best director and for best script and the David di Donatello for best screenplay.
Pigs Is Pigs (1937)
Pigs Is Pigs is a 1954 animated film by Walt Disney Studios. Based on the story "Pigs Is Pigs" by Ellis Parker Butler, it relates the tale of a railway agent and his problems with a shipment of two guinea pigs that proceed to breed rapidly. This was Gary Owens' film debut. The cartoon was animated in the flat, colorful UPA Style. The melody of the traditional Irish jig The Irish Washerwoman is repeated throughout the short.
Speedy Gonzales - noin 7 veljeksen poika (1970)
Speedy Gonzales – noin 7 veljeksen poika (1970) is a Finnish western comedy directed by Ere Kokkonen, and written by Kokkonen with Spede Pasanen and Vesa-Matti Loiri. The title refers to Pasanen's 1968 film Noin seitsemän veljestä, though the movie does not otherwise link to it in any way. Neither has it anything to do with the cartoon character Speedy Gonzales.
The Smoke (1991)
Kouř is a 1991 Czech comedy film directed by Tomáš Vorel.
Goodbye, Dr. Freud (2004)
Goliath II (1960)
Goliath II is a 1960 American short animated comedy film produced by Walt Disney Productions. Directed by Wolfgang Reitherman and written by Bill Peet, it is narrated by Sterling Holloway and stars Kevin Corcoran. It was released to theatrically in the United States on January 21, 1960 alongside the live-action Toby Tyler.
Donald's Penguin (1939)
Donald's Penguin is a Donald Duck animated Technicolor short film by Walt Disney Productions and directed by Jack King, which was originally released on August 10, 1939 by RKO Radio Pictures.
Donald's Lucky Day (1939)
Donald's Lucky Day is a 1939 Donald Duck cartoon released by Walt Disney Productions.
Donald's Cousin Gus (1939)
Donald's Cousin Gus is a 1939 Walt Disney cartoon in which Donald Duck is visited by his gluttonous cousin, Gus Goose, who proceeds to eat Donald out of house and home. It was released on May 3, 1939. Gus Goose had already been a recurring character in Al Taliaferro's Donald Duck newspaper comic since 9 May 1938.
America At Risk (2010)
Be Sure to Share (2009)
Be Sure to Share is a 2009 Japanese drama film written and directed by Sion Sono. It screened at the 2009 New York Asian Film Festival.
Lost Illusions (1983)
Zombi Kampung Pisang (2007)
Zombi Kampung Pisang is a 2007 horror comedy Malay film from Malaysia directed by Mamat Khalid. The whole story happens in one night, taking place in a village named Kampung Pisang and its surroundings.
He's a Bully, Charlie Brown (2006)
He's a Bully, Charlie Brown is the 44th prime-time animated TV special based on the comic strip Peanuts by Charles M. Schulz. It was originally aired on the ABC network on November 20, 2006. It is the second most recent Peanuts television special and is primarily based on a story from the Peanuts comic strips originally appearing in April 1995. He's a Bully was an idea Schulz had pitched, and worked on before his death on February 12, 2000. Schulz's working title for the special was It's Only Marbles, Charlie Brown. Animation was produced by Toon-Us-In.
Lava Kusa-The Warrior Twins (2010)
Lava Kusa: The Warrior Twins is a 2010 animation film written and directed by Dhavala Satyam as a joint venture of Kanipakam Creations with RVML Animation.
Soch Lo (2010)
Soch Lo is 2010 Hindi mystery film developed under the banner of Sun Entertainment, directed by Sartaj Singh Pannu and produced by Karanbir Singh Pannu. The film features actors Sartaj Singh Pannu, Iris Maity, Nishan Nanaiah, Barkha Madan, Himanshu Kohli and Bhupinder Singh. It was premièred in Beverly Hills, CA on 23 June 2010 and released on 27 August 2010.
Rocket Brothers (2003)
Rocket Brothers is a 2004 documentary film directed by photographer Kasper Torsting, about the Danish rock band Kashmir.
The Palm Beach Girl (1926)
The Palm Beach Girl is a lost 1926 silent film romantic comedy starring Bebe Daniels and directed by Erle C. Kenton.
Billposters is a 1940 Donald and Goofy cartoon, It was the third Donald & Goofy cartoon produced.
ROMing is a Czech comedy film, released in 2007. It's a road movie centered on the Roma (Gypsies), but with an extra story within the story.
Red River (2009)
Red River is a 2009 film starring Zhang Jingchu, Nick Cheung, Loletta Lee, Danny Lee Sau-Yin and is directed by Zhang Jiarui.
The Song of Lunch (2010)
The Song of Lunch is a British 2010 television adaptation of Christopher Reid's poem of the same name. It was directed by Niall MacCormick and stars Alan Rickman and Emma Thompson. Screened on 9 October 2010 during National Poetry Month, the production is unusual in featuring little spoken dialogue, the action instead being an enactment of incidents described in poetic monologue by the male character.
Zapruder Film of Kennedy Assassination (1963)
The Zapruder film is a silent 8mm color motion picture sequence shot by Abraham Zapruder with a Bell & Howell home-movie camera, as U.S. President John F. Kennedy's motorcade passed through Dealey Plaza in Dallas, Texas, on November 22, 1963. Unexpectedly, it ended up capturing the President's assassination.
World Builder (2007)
World Builder is a 2007 short sci-fi film by Bruce Branit. The entire film is computer generated.
Shōjo Tsubaki (少女椿, "The Camellia Girl") was a stock protagonist of kamishibai during its revival in early Shōwa period Japan attributed to a creator known as Seiun, though the plagiarism and retelling in sundry variants that was the norm for popular-proving tales make its origin uncertain. Generally speaking, the character is a stereotypical adolescent or preadolescent ingénue, a daughter of a penniless family who goes from selling camellias on the streets to being sold, forced to perform in a revue show.
Eric & Ernie (2011)
Eric and Ernie is a 2011 television film produced by BBC Wales, based on the early career of the British comic double-act Morecambe and Wise. The production was completed in 2010 and premiered on BBC Two on 1 January 2011. It was watched by 6.65 million viewers. Since then, it has been repeated various times on Gold.
Tokyo Tower (2005)
Tokyo Tower (東京タワー) is a 2005 Japanese romantic film directed and written by Takashi Minamoto. The film is based on a novel by Kaori Ekuni.
Don't Let Me Go (2016)
Sun Scarred (2006)
Sun Scarred is a 2006 film directed by Takashi Miike.
Yoroi: Samurai zombie (2008)
Yoroi Samurai Zombie AKA Samurai Zombie is a 2008 Japanese comic horror film directed by Tak Sakaguchi and written by Ryuhei Kitamura, who had previously collaborated on Versus. A family taken hostage and their kidnappers become prey to an undead samurai in a haunted cemetery.
Ali'nin Sekiz Günü (2009)
Ali's Eight Days is a 2009 Turkish drama film, written and directed by Cemal Şan, starring Serdar Orçin as a young shop owner who falls in love with a woman escaping from an abusive relationship. The film, which went on nationwide general release across Turkey on May 8, 2009, was shown at the 20th Ankara International Film Festival. It is the final part of a trilogy of films which includes Zeynep's Eight Days (2007) and Dilber's Eight Days (2008).
Battle Arena Toshinden (1996)
Battle Arena Toshinden is a two-part original video animation based on the video game series of the same name. Released in 1996, the film is based primarily on the events of Battle Arena Toshinden 2, but incorporates elements from the first and third games in the series.
Francisco de Miranda (2006)
Francisco de Miranda is a Venezuelan film on the life of Venezuelan independence hero Francisco de Miranda. It was released in Venezuela in August 2006, opening at 40 cinemas, and beating Superman Returns at the box office.
The Princess with the Golden Star (1959)
The Princess with the Golden Star is a 1959 Czech family fantasy film written and directed by Martin Frič.
Clara's Summer (2004)
Una de Zombis (2004)
Una de zombis is a 2003 Spanish film.
Guernica (1950) is a French film directed by Alain Resnais and Robert Hessens.
Pikyaw is a 2014 Filipino animated adventure film produced by Multimedia Arts & Graphics Ensemble (MAGE), Inc. and directed by Arnold Fuentes, PIKYAW was the first feature-length animated film dubbed in Hiligaynon and created by artists from Iloilo City, Iloilo, and the first film produced by MAGE, Inc. Pikyaw follows a group of children: Abet, Tyrone, and Marco who finds themselves in a parallel universe that is the subject of revenge by Albion, a creature who lived in Calixto since he was a child. The film was written by Mahnnie Tolentino, and featured music by artists from Think Logic Records, who are all Ilonggo bands. Its executive producers were Mahnnie Tolentino(MAGE Inc.), Ralph Peñalosa(TL Records) and Seth dA. Nono(UI-PHINMA).
Border Post 13 (1979)
Air Taxi (1943)
Taxi to Heaven, is a 1943 Soviet comedy film directed by Gerbert Rappaport.
A Girl Goes Ashore (1938)
A Girl Goes Ashore is a 1938 German drama film directed by Werner Hochbaum and starring Elisabeth Flickenschildt, Günther Lüders and Heidi Kabel. It is set in the port city of Hamburg and was partly shot on location there.
Jon is a 1983 Finnish drama film directed by Jaakko Pyhälä. It was entered into the 13th Moscow International Film Festival.
A Few Cubic Meters of Love (2014)
A Few Cubic Meters of Love is a 2014 Iranian-Afghan romance film directed by Jamshid Mahmoudi. It was selected as the Afghan entry for the Best Foreign Language Film at the 87th Academy Awards, but was not nominated.
The House That Never Dies (2014)
The House That Never Dies is a 2014 Chinese 3D thriller film directed by Raymond Yip. The story is based on that of a purportedly haunted mansion, Chaonei No. 81, which is located on No.81 Chaoyangmen Inner Street in Beijing, China.
Accused is a 1964 film directed by Ján Kadár and Elmar Klos. The film has won a Crystal Globe at 1964 Karlovy Vary International Film Festival
Birth of the 10th! Kamen Riders All Together!! (1984)
Birth of the 10th! Kamen Riders All Together!! is a Kamen Rider Series Japanese TV special that aired on January 3, 1984. It is a special meant to celebrate the birth of Kamen Rider ZX, the 10th person to don the Kamen Rider title. Prior to the special, ZX appeared in a Manga from 1982 to 1983.
Ultraman Zoffy: Ultra Warriors vs. the Giant Monster Army (1984)
Ultraman Zoffy: Ultra Warriors vs. the Giant Monster Army is a 1984 tokusatsu kaiju superhero film produced by Tsuburaya Productions and directed by Kōichi Takano.
Out of the Trees (1976)
Out of the Trees is a 1975 television sketch show pilot written by Graham Chapman, Douglas Adams and Bernard McKenna that was broadcast on BBC 2 in 1976. The show shared some of the stream-of-consciousness style of Monty Python's Flying Circus, of which Chapman was a member. Actors included Mark Wing-Davey and Simon Jones.
Feel 100% ... Once More (1996)
Feel 100% is a popular Hong Kong comic book series written by Lau Wan Kit (劉雲傑) and Yau Ching Yuen (游清源). Its popularity has resulted in various adaptations on film and television. To this date there are 4 movies and 1 TV series.
Beautiful Young Minds (2007)
Beautiful Young Minds was a documentary first shown at the BRITDOC Festival on 26 July 2007 and first broadcast on BBC 2 on 14 October 2007. The documentary follows the selection process and training for the U.K. team to compete in the 2006 International Mathematical Olympiad (IMO), as well as the actual event in Slovenia. Many of the young mathematicians featured in the film had a form of autism, which the documentary links to mathematical ability. The team goes on to win numerous medals at the IMO, including four silver and one bronze. It was directed by Morgan Matthews, edited by Joby Gee and featured music by Sam Hooper. It was also screened at the Bath Film Festival in October 2007. The documentary inspired the 2014 film X+Y, which was also directed by Morgan Matthews, based on IMO participant Daniel Lightwing.
Middle Sexes: Redefining He and She (2005)
Middle Sexes: Redefining He and She is a 2005 American television documentary film by Antony Thomas.
The Day I Harvested a Star (2006)
Hoshi o Katta Hi is a Japanese animated short film directed by Hayao Miyazaki and released January 3, 2006. It was produced by Toshio Suzuki for Studio Ghibli for their exclusive use in the Saturn Theatre at the Ghibli Museum in Mitaka, Tokyo. The film is based on a story by Naohisa Inoue.
The Egg Cracker Suite (1943)
The Egg Cracker Suite is a 1943 Easter-themed animated short produced by Walter Lantz, co-directed by Ben Hardaway and Emery Hawkins and animated by Les Kline, Laverne Harding and Paul J. Smith that features Oswald the Lucky Rabbit. This is the last animated short to feature Oswald until Get a Horse! in 2013.
All Men Are Brothers - Blood of the Leopard (1993)
All Men Are Brothers: Blood of the Leopard is a 1993 Hong Kong wuxia film directed by Billy Chan and starring Tony Leung, Joey Wong, Elvis Tsui and Sean Lau. The film is adapted from Shi Nai'an's novel Water Margin, which is considered as one of the Four Great Classical Novels of Chinese literature.
The Fun, the Luck & the Tycoon (1990)
The Fun, the Luck & the Tycoon is a 1990 Hong Kong comedy film directed by Johnnie To and starring Chow Yun-fat, Sylvia Chang, Nina Li Chi and Lawrence Cheng.
Scorching Winds (1973)
Garam Hava is a 1973 Urdu drama film directed by M. S. Sathyu, with Balraj Sahni as the lead. It was written by Kaifi Azmi and Shama Zaidi, based on an unpublished short story by noted Urdu writer Ismat Chughtai. The film score was given by noted classical musician Ustad Bahadur Khan, with lyrics by Kaifi Azmi, it also featured a qawwali composed and performed by Aziz Ahmed Khan Warsi and his Warsi Brothers troupe.
El pecado de Adán y Eva (1969)
El pecado de Adán y Eva is a Mexican biblical epic film from 1969.
For Happiness (1917)
For Happiness is a 1917 Russian drama film directed by Yevgeny Bauer.
Those Were Wonderful Days (1934)
Those Were Wonderful Days is a Merrie Melodies cartoon released in theaters on April 26, 1934 by Warner Bros. Studios. The film was supervised by Bernard B. Brown. The sound was recorded by him in the uncredited. The characters were animated by Paul Smith and Don Williams. The musical score was by Norman Spencer.
Shake Your Powder Puff (1934)
Shake Your Powder Puff is a 1934 Merrie Melodies cartoon.
An Ethics Lesson (2013)
An Ethics Lesson is a 2013 South Korean film starring Lee Je-hoon, Cho Jin-woong, Kim Tae-hoon, Kwak Do-won and Moon So-ri. Written and directed by Park Myoung-rang, the crime thriller centers on four suspicious men involved in a college girl's murder.
Do You Remember Laurie Zimmer? (2003)
Do You Remember Laurie Zimmer? is a 2003 documentary film written and directed by French filmmaker Charlotte Szlovak. It was released in France under the alternate titles, Laura, disparue, recherchée and Qui se souvient de Laurie Zimmer?
The Sorrow of Mrs. Schneider (2008)
The Sorrow of Mrs. Schneider, also known as The Sadness of Mrs. Schneider or The Sadness of Mrs. Snajdrova is an Albanian-Czech romantic drama film directed by Piro Milkani and Eno Milkani. It is a movie of strong autobiographical elements and includes a three-nation cast: Albanian-Czech-Italian. It was released in 2008 and was the Albanian submission of the Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film for that same year, but failed to be nominated.
Minnie's Yoo Hoo (1930)
"Minnie's Yoo Hoo" is a song in the 1929 Mickey Mouse cartoon, Mickey's Follies. The song was composed by Walt Disney and Carl Stalling. It was the first Disney song to be released on sheet music. This song is a praise to Minnie along with animal sounds and animals also praising Minnie.
Nine Plus Two Makes Eleven (1957)
Nau Do Gyarah is a 1957 Hindi film produced by Dev Anand. This was his brother, Vijay Anand's directorial debut. The film stars Dev Anand, Kalpana Kartik, Madan Puri, Shashikala and Jeevan. The film's music is by S. D. Burman and the lyrics are by Majrooh Sultanpuri. It is loosely based on the American film It Happened One Night.
7 años de matrimonio (2013)
Siete años de matrimonio also known as 7 años de matrimonio, is a Mexican film written by Natalia Armienta Oikawa and directed by Joel Núñez. Starring by Ximena Herrera and Víctor González. It was premiered on January 25, 2013.
Chal Chalein (2009)
Chal Chalein is a 2009 Hindi-language Indian family film directed by Ujjwal Singh and produced by Mahesh Padalkar, starring Mithun Chakraborty, Rati Agnihotri, Mukesh Khanna and Kanwaljeet Singh in a story about the academic pressures on children.
Teddy Bear is a 2007 Czech comedy film directed by Jan Hřebejk.
Angels & Airwaves: Start the Machine (2008)
Start the Machine is a documentary that focuses on the break-up of Blink-182, the genesis of Angels & Airwaves, and the making of their debut album We Don't Need to Whisper. It was released on DVD on June 17, 2008. The film is named after the closing track on We Don't Need to Whisper.
The Garden (1977)
The Garden is a 1968 Czechoslovak animation film directed by Jan Svankmajer. It is based on a story by Ivan Kraus Living Fence.
A Game with Stones (1965)
A Game With Stones, is a nine-minute animated film by Czech animator Jan Švankmajer. Made in 1965, it utilizes stop-motion animation.
Wham! in China: Foreign Skies (1986)
Wham! in China: Foreign Skies is a 1986 documentary film about the English pop duo Wham! consisting of George Michael and Andrew Ridgeley. It follows Wham! on their 10-day visit to China during the 1985 world tour. The film is a British venture produced by Big Boys Overseas Limited and CBS Records, with CBS/Fox Video serving as distributor.
Directed by Lindsay Anderson and produced by Jazz Summers, Martin Lewis and Simon Napier-Bell. Wham! made history in China by being the first Western pop act to visit the country. Wham! in China: Foreign Skies had its world premiere at the farewell concert held at London’s Wembley Stadium on 28 June 1986.