2006 . Music . 1h 27m
As Himself on Guitar / Backing Vocals. Serious Moonlight is David Bowie's concert video from his 1983 "Serious Moonlight Tour" in support of his "Let's Dance" album. Filmed in Vancouver on September 12, 1983, it was released on video tape and laserdisc in 1984 and on DVD in 2006.
1984 . Documentary, Music . 1h 18m
As Himself. Ricochet provides a behind-the-scenes portrait of David Bowie during his 1983 Serious Moonlight Tour. Filmed on location in Singapore, Bangkok and Hong Kong, this film includes live performances of “Fame,” “Look Back in Anger,” “Heroes” and “Ricochet.” Ricochet was previously released to home video in 1984 in a shorter version, separately from the Serious Moonlight video. It was later reissued as an extra with the 2006 DVD reissue of Serious Moonlight.
1978 . Music . 42 m
As Himself on Guitar. Before the end of 1976, Bowie's interest in the burgeoning German music scene, as well as his drug addiction, prompted him to move to West Berlin to clean up and revitalize his career. Working with Brian Eno while sharing an apartment in Schöneberg with Iggy Pop, he began to focus on minimalist, ambient music for the first of three albums, co-produced with Tony Visconti, that would become known as his Berlin Trilogy. Song Listing: Sense Of Doubt, Beauty And The Beast, Heroes, Stay, The Jean Genie, TVC 15, Alabama Song and Rebel Rebel.
2006 . Music . 1h 28m
As Himself. In 1983, David Bowie's album Let's Dance reestablished him as one of rock's most powerful and charismatic performers, and his subsequent world tour was his most successful road trip ever. This DVD captures a night in Vancouver from the Serious Moonlight tour,1984, and includes the songs 'Let's Dance', 'China Girl', 'Heroes', 'Rebel Rebel', and 'Young Americans'. (This is a full concert and NOT a documentary like the other listing on TMDb)
1978 . Music
As Himself. The Isolar II – The 1978 World Tour, more commonly known as The Low / Heroes World Tour or The Stage Tour, was a worldwide concert tour by David Bowie. The tour opened on 29 March 1978 at the San Diego Sports Arena continuing through North America, Europe and Australia before reaching a conclusion at the Nippon Budokan in Japan on 12 December 1978. This performance at the NHK Hall in Tokyo, Japan on 12 December 1978 was filmed and broadcast on Japanese TV's The Young Music Show. Song listing: Warszawa, Heroes, Fame, Beauty and the Beast, Five Years, Soul Love, Hang on to Yourself, Ziggy Stardust, Suffragette City, Station to Station, TVC15.
1981 . Music . 1h 0m
Executive producer. While this film may look rough and raw to 21st Century eyes, it is also the best representation of Iggy live during an otherwise pitifully undocumented era of his career. Fronting a crack band featuring Blondie drummer Clem Burke and future David Bowie guitarist Carlos Alomar, Pop is as unpredictable and dominant as ever (no small feat since he is sporting a mini skirt, garters and stockings for most of the show). Filmed on November 25 1981 near the end of their tour supporting his 1981 album Party, Iggy and co. are raw and ready for business. Iggy Pop Live 1981 provides a snapshot of a hungry artist at the top of his game in front of an adoring crowd.