On June 7th, 1986, Prince celebrated his 28th birthday by performing for a packed crowd at Detroit’s Cobo Arena. The show was filmed and edited for later broadcast in Europe and Japan as promotion for his then-forthcoming 1986 Parade tour, which hit eight countries in less than a month. The Parade tour never officially hit the United States, with Prince deciding to test the show out on audiences in a handful of cities across the country before taking it abroad. Fortunately, videotapes of the Detroit show have been circulating amongst hardcore Prince collectors for years and have found their way onto the internet so you can witness what was arguably Prince’s funkiest tour to date.
This original adaptation of Oscar Wilde's sad, socially conscious fairy tale, The Happy Prince, hinges on the conflict between fact and dream, reality and poetry. The contrast is reinforced by the film's visuals, confronting modern art with Gustave Doré's old engravings.
In this episodic animated fantasy from France, an art teacher interprets a series of six fairy tales (each involving a prince or princess) with the help of two precocious students. Princes et Princesses was created using a special style of cutout animation, with black silhouetted characters performing the action against backlit backdrops in striking colors.
Billboards is a ballet created by the Joffrey Ballet featuring the works of Prince. The premiere was on Wednesday, January 27, 1993, at Hancher Auditorium, University of Iowa, Iowa City. No new music was used, although Prince contributed a special extended ten minute orchestrated version of "Thunder" from the Diamonds and Pearls album. A video of the performance was released on VHS in February 1994, and on Laserdisc format.
A retelling of the classic fairy tale of The Frog Prince featuring Kermit the Frog, Kermit's nephew Robin, Sweetums, and a princess cursed to say everything wackbards...I mean backwards.
After 4 months of touring, Prince and his band return to Minneapolis.
Purple Rain Tour The Omni, Atlanta 4th January 1985 Let's Go Crazy / Delirious / 1999 / Little Red Corvette / Take Me With U - Yankee Doodle / Free / Do Me, Baby / How Come U Don't Call Me Anymore - Temptation / Let's Pretend We're Married - International Lover / Father's Song / God / Computer Blue / Darling Nikki / The Beautiful Ones / When Doves Cry / I Would Die 4 U / Baby I'm A Star / Purple Rain A fantastic show professionally shot by a single camera directly in front of the stage.
The leader of a small kingdom falls in love with a beautiful American girl, only to be shocked when he finds out that she's a nudist.
action & adventure - A 12th-century knight-errant wanders the world fighting injustice and is accompanied by his faithful friends Crispin and Goliath.
News of the engagement of Britain's Prince William and Catherine Middleton stirred hearts worldwide. This close-up on the future king and his bride-to-be captures the romance of their courtship and the excitement leading up to the royal nuptials.
A collection of music videos from Prince and the New Power Generation
The full length music video film for Sexy MF
Relive the story of Cinderella in this high quality animated feature for your kids and family. Cinderella is in the hands of her cruel mother, but finds Prince Charles, and with him, lives happily ever after.
Mistaken identities make for a remarkable adventure as Tom Canty, a poor beggar boy swaps places with Prince Edwared, the heir to the throne, in this new animated version of this beloved story. With its brilliant CGI animation, all-animal cast of characters and brand-new original songs and music, it's double the fun for audiences of all ages!
This is fan footage from Prince’s Piano and Microphone Shows in Oakland, Atlanta and Australia. While the video and audio quality may be low, this is the only known footage of Prince's final tour.
Marc Emery, Canada's most prominent marijuana activist popularly known as the "Prince of Pot," faces extradition to the U.S. and a possible life sentence for selling marijuana seeds. "Prince of Pot" follows the controversial self-made leader of the marijuana movement as he attempts to raise an army of pot activists and lead them into battle against the U.S. Federal Government and their drug enforcement police, the D.E.A. Through Emery's unique life and career as a civil agitator -- from his beginnings in London, Ontario to his showdown with the U.S. Drug Czar in Vancouver and D.E.A. in Montreal -- the film examines deeper questions: Canadian sovereignty and police integration in a world dominated by its southern neighbor. Written by Nick Wilson
Hyōtei Gakuen's strange (but impossibly wealthy) captain Atobe Keigo decides to throw a giant party for his friend and teammate Kabaji. He invites both friends and rivals. Together they participate in many different sports and events: dancing, swimming, soccer, a relay race, a haunted house, and more.