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The Pink Floyd Movie Synchronization Story

The Most Comprehensive List of Pink Floyd Movie Connections on the Web

By Andrew C. Wendland (remove "no-spam" from address)

With Contributions from Todd "Boris" Ellis, Jeff Stillman, Kenny Dreamx, Jimmy Heidecker, Scott Goia, Bob Carroll, Marco DeConno, Zephyr Ash Ostrowski, Tyler Buffett, David Taylor Mendonca, Sam Hodgson, and knnl

Originally Introduced 16.04.1998 --- Latest Movie Sync Revealed 11.07.24 --- Last Updated 11.07.24

Significant Updates 07.11.1998, 16.04.2000, 21.12.2001, 31.12.2001, 20.02.2002 (20:02 EST), 16.04.2002, 16.06.2002, 21.12.2002, 01.02.03, 03.03.03, 16.04.2003, 08.05.03, 11.07.03, 16.04.04, 11.07.04, 12.08.04, 20.10.04, 07.11.04, 21.12.04, 01.01.2005, 16.04.2005, 09.03.06, 16.04.06, 18.09.06, 21.12.07, 16.04.08, 07.11.08, 16.04.09, 09.09.09, 20.10.2010, 07.11.10, 11.11.11, 21.12.11, 21.12.12, 16.04.13, 11.11.14, 21.12.14, 07.11.15, 16.04.16, 04.05.16, 16.04.17, 21.12.17, 16.04.18, 21.12.18, 02.02.2020, 16.04.20, 11.11.2020, 21.12.2020, 16.04.21, 21.12.22, 16.04.23, 21.12.23, & 16.04.24

Moved to on 09.09.09


During the latter part of 1997, I heard a rumor that when Pink Floyd's masterpiece The Dark Side of the Moon (DSotM) is played while watching the 1939 film classic The Wizard of Oz (TWoO), several connections or synchronicities between the two appear. These connections included the lyrics, the song titles, the mood and timing of the music, and even the cover art. A friend of mine sent me a list of several connections, and I became immediately intrigued. That night I bought a copy of the film and tried the experiment. It was absolutely fantastic! It was way better than I had envisioned. I was extremely impressed with how well the synchronicities lasted through the entire album. So, after watching a few more times, I was absolutely convinced that it was an intentional creation by the band. (I am definitely in the minority in regards to this. Most people think it's all a coincidence.) As an engineer, I asked myself a simple question, "How would they accomplish this task?" They would have to obtain a reel of the film and a projector. How hard would that be for a successful rock band to do? Not that hard considering they had friends in the movie business. Pink Floyd had performed on at least three movie soundtracks already with More, Zabriskie Point, and La Vallee (The Valley Obscured by Clouds). How did Pink Floyd get the idea? Consider this quote taken from the CD booklet for the Zabriskie Point Soundtrack (page 24) when Don Hall describes how Jerry Garcia created one of the songs: "We went into the large studio at M-G-M, which they usually used for the symphony orchestras. And Jerry sat there by himself, on a stool, laying it down. They had the love scene on a loop, and he played live while the film was running. He didn't want to do it away from the film and then cut things in. He played right to every single shot in the scene. That's why there are certain notes over certain frames, over people moving in the desert. He played right while watching it. It was miraculous -- pure genius." Has the band left clues to point to the DSotM/TWoO synchronization? Consider these facts listed in the Shine On book from the box set: "1969 - Judy Garland found dead in her London flat. 1971 - Editors of OZ are charged with obscenity at the Old Bailey. 1971 - Pink Floyd premiere 'Eclipse,' later to be named 'The Dark Side of the Moon' at the Rainbow Theatre." I don't think I need to remind anyone about the biggest song of TWoO, "Somewhere over the Rainbow."

The thing I noticed about DSotM was that the album had one central theme and the songs flowed from one to the other, unlike most rock albums that have distinct breaks between songs. I then realized that several Pink Floyd albums exhibit the same characteristics of one central theme, songs flowing together, and elaborate artwork. I thought to myself, if they truly created the DSotM/TWoO Synchronization, then maybe they did it again. I went to visit my friend Jeff Stillman, who knows a lot about movies, to tell him my thoughts. I wanted to create a list of the biggest, most popular, or most important movies of all time. Our list was something like this: Gone with the Wind, Casablanca, It's a Wonderful Life, The Ten Commandments, and The Sound of Music. So, I went to video store and rented a bunch of movies. The main album I was targeting was Wish You Were Here (WYWH), the follow-up of DSotM. I remember trying Animals with Animal Farm that night. [At the time, I didn't think it worked.] However, my friend Jeff found a connection between Wish You Were Here and one of our listed movies. He told me about it the next day, and after a week or so, he had written up an excellent essay explaining the connections, which is included on this page. From this point further, I began my search for a movie synchronization for each Pink Floyd album, and this web page is the result of my efforts. I only include on this page what I feel are intentional syncs created by the band.

Several new movie syncs were discovered in recent years. On this web page, I present a total of 52 intentional Pink Floyd syncs spanning 28 albums. Additionally, I reveal 43 movie syncs with 32 solo/duo/other albums. To enjoy a sync, simply play the chosen movie with the sound turned off, and play the appropriate CD at the same time. Turning on the captions can enhance the experience. Specific instructions for each sync are given on this web page.

21.12.07 - Well, it's hard to believe that it has been 10 years since I was introduced to the Dark Side of the Moon / The Wizard of Oz synchronicity (or synchronization).  It's also been 10 years since I discovered my first seven Pink Floyd syncs with It's a Wonderful Life, Casablanca, Gone with the Wind, Gigi, Doctor Zhivago, Sayonara, and The Sound of Music.  That period of time was very exciting and rewarding for me.  I really felt that I had broken new ground in music entertainment, not by combining random music albums with movies, but by actually unlocking the clues left by Pink Floyd in the artwork, the lyrics, the song titles, and the themes.  Now, ten years later, with 120 intentional movie syncs found, the majority of them by me, I am still enthusiastic and excited about this amazing form of art.  The question that I ponder is whether or not these discoveries will ever gain widespread acceptance.

I've had a great deal of satisfaction and fun trying to crack the code.  This journey has led me to consider other bands that were connected to Pink Floyd in some way.  The most obvious connection was with Alan Parsons, the engineer on Dark Side of the Moon.  He was intimately aware of and involved in the creation of this sync.  This led him to form The Alan Parsons Project with musician and song writer Eric Woolfson.  This fruitful venture produced many great syncs.

The most intriguing link is to The Beatles.  In 2003, someone was posting messages on a popular sync website claiming to have inside knowledge of the creation of some movie syncs.  The biggest claim was that Pink Floyd were not the first to sync but rather got the idea from someone else.  In not so many words, the poster was hinting towards The Beatles.  This is not such a far stretch, since both bands have recorded many albums at Abbey Road studios, and they actually met each other while The Beatles were recording Sgt. Pepper's and Pink Floyd were recording their first album The Piper at the Gates of Dawn.  I believe this is where the idea was shared between the two bands.  Who actually came up with the idea will probably never be known.  One thing's for sure, they are all good at keeping secrets.

Radiohead, for whatever reason, has been a popular source for many sync experiments even before I realized their true involvement.  [Radiohead is yet another group that has utilized the] Abbey Road studios.  See a pattern?  I started testing their music with movies around the end of 2003.  Much to my delight, these other sync enthusiasts were right about Radiohead.  The torch has been passed.

Recently, I've been devoting a lot of my syncing time to the music of Paul McCartney.  I've also been looking at the solo works of George Harrison, Ringo Starr, and John Lennon.  The first sync of any artist is usually the hardest to solve because I'm not really sure if he actually did it or not.  It's quite possible that after The Beatles went their separate ways, some of them might have abandoned the syncs, never to return to the art form.  Until someone discovers one, there's no way to be certain.  I keep searching...

Where do we go from here?  These ten years of discovery have been awesome, but eventually the end of the rainbow will be reached.  My 2008 New Year's resolution is to make more of an effort spreading the theory to others through various means.  Part of my problem is that I really enjoy spending my hobby time on the hobby itself, not writing about it.  So, I apologize for writing so little the last ten years, but I really want people to dive into the heart of the topic by actually trying some of these syncs, not just reading about them.  What saddens me the most is that this window in history is closing.  With the advent of iPods and buying singles instead of whole albums, this art form is fading away.  Many people are so over-entertained and have such short attention spans that they don't appreciate the subtleness of the sync art form.  I can't believe how many people say that Dark Side of the Moon with The Wizard of Oz is not obvious enough.  I really feel sorry for them.

What I really wonder is what do the members of these great bands think about the lack of propagation of their sync creations.  Are they disappointed?  They have dedicated their professional lives to not only creating great music that is enjoyed by millions but also to crafting the music in such a way to fit to movies.  The syncs are truly extraordinary works of art, but so few people are truly experiencing them.  I feel very privileged to be one of the few who enjoys these wonderful creations.  Thank you for all your hard work.

Andrew C. Wendland

21.12.12 - Well, the story continues on...  It's been 15 years since my first sync discoveries, and I'm still going strong.  With the total number of syncs reaching 185, we've added 65 new ones over the last 5 years.  This was accomplished by further expanding the theory to include more artists.

The first new addition has been Oasis.  With their strong ties to Paul McCartney and Abbey Road, it seemed like a logical choice.  The first CD I targeted was their last studio project, Dig Out Your Soul, which included elaborate artwork with the CD packaging.  I was pleasantly surprised to find a sync with this one.  I'm still searching for syncs for their earliest albums.  I've tried some interesting combos, but haven't hit the mark yet.  Now with the band members going their separate ways, we'll see what paths these new projects will take.  So far, I like what they're doing.

The next significant addition has been Ringo Starr.  He's the second Beatle that I've been able to confirm continuing the syncs after The Beatles went their separate ways.  His most obvious clue was this year with "Ringo 2012" and the movie "2012" from a few years ago.  I found a handful of syncs so far, but I wish his earlier albums had more clues.  I think his albums are going to be challenging for me over the next few years.

As for George and John, we'll have to see.  I haven't cracked the code yet, but I haven't spent nearly as much time on their solo works as the other artists, since they are no longer with us.  Once I find one, the motivation for me to find more will grow.  Of course, I should mention that John's sons Julian and Sean have been busy creating syncs.  I wonder who shared the secret with them.

Finally, the most surprising addition is the one I'm adding to the site today.  This newly sync-creating band, also my personal favorite band, is RUSH.  I'm not going to theorize publicly why this band was brought into the fold by the others, but I'm sure glad that they were.  And I bet that they are as well.  I started noticing the last few years that Rush CD's and concert DVD's were coming out on the same days as material from other bands mentioned on this site (such as Pink Floyd).  At first, I wrote it off as coincidental, but later a pattern started to emerge.  Then, the Time Machine tour with its elaborate video productions seemed to be pointing towards something more.  Finally, while enjoying their latest concert at the Palace of Auburn Hills of the Clockwork Angels tour, it finally hit me.  The combination of the elaborate story-telling through video and song, the inclusion of their first-ever string ensemble on stage, and the clues in the album artwork, they gave me the strong desire to search for a sync.  It didn't take too long to find a really good one in my opinion.  Now I needed a link or connection between Rush and one of the bands above.  I did a little web search and found that Alex Lifeson apparently met David Gilmour during his On an Island tour.  Lo and behold, Alex actually thanks David Gilmour in the liner notes of the Snakes & Arrows CD.  How did I miss that before!  So, the connection I needed was confirmed.  The torch has been passed.

Thank you to all the members and staff of these bands for creating the wonderful syncs that we enjoy!

Andrew C. Wendland

21.12.17 - Time flies when you're having fun.  I've been enjoying this hobby now for twenty years.  Not too many people can claim that.  The last 5 years have been interesting, since so many artists have been added to this site.  In fact, ten bands were added over this stretch, which is incredible considering the few bands featured on this site over the first 15 years.  The number of syncs has climbed to over 240, which averages to about one per month.  These numbers don't include all the syncs that my friends and others are finding that I just haven't had the chance to investigate.  I encourage them to publish their findings, so others can enjoy their syncs.  My web site is about my personal journey, and I only publish syncs that I have "witnessed" and that I believe are "intentionally" created.

This brings me to a point that is hard to admit, but I should:  I take this hobby way too seriously.  I think the reason for this is my deep desire to search for the truth in various aspects of life.  I don't want to be wrong about any of the information I publish on this site, but honestly, with such a subjective topic as album & movie synchronicity, we can never be sure about any of this.  Plus, the artists are keeping quiet about this phenomenon.  One really needs to read between the lines to find the clues necessary to solve these riddles.  I guess that's part of the game.  Note to the artists:  the more obvious the sync and the clues, the more likely it will be found and shared.  I personally like finding syncs easily.  The ones that take too long to solve can be draining and frustrating.  Many syncs are sitting on the shelf because they don't cross the threshold that I expect, and my confidence in them just isn't there.  Now with so many bands joining the ranks, it's becoming harder for me to filter the "hits" from the "misses."  I'm relying more and more on the input from others as I feel my discernment is slipping.  On a more positive note, many additional artists are being researched by my friends and others:  Metallica, The Beach Boys, Alice Cooper, Daft Punk, Gorillaz, Lorde, Katy Perry, Taylor Swift, R.E.M., The Police, Oingo Boingo, Talking Heads, Dire Straits, Devo, Blue Man Group, Nine Inch Nails, The Orb, Trans-Siberian Orchestra, OK Go, Steve Burns, Alice in Chains, U2, King Crimson, Star Death and White Dwarfs, The Claypool Lennon Delirium, My Chemical Romance, Genesis, Green Day, Led Zeppelin, The Smashing Pumpkins, and Foo Fighters.  Of course, this list is growing as more fans join the hunt for syncs.  Do I think all these bands are involved in creating syncs?  Not really, but some of them probably are.  Could the artists featured on my page be only scratching the surface?  Hard to know for sure.  One thing that I do know is that ever since the Dark Side of the Moon / The Wizard of Oz sync became popular around 1995, any band or artist could have been influenced or inspired by this sync, and therefore could have joined this sync community whether they were invited by the others or not.  My original theory was that the sync creators were a limited few that shared their projects with each other, typically not repeating the same movies.  But now, instead of one secret group of artists making syncs, the theory is that there may be a few or even several competing secret groups of artists creating these wonderful works of art.  So many of these artists are connected to each other that there's probably only 2 or 3 degrees of separation between any of them, so they may all spread word of their projects anyway.

In 2013, two of my favorite bands were added to this web site, Yes and Deep Purple.  My thoughts are that they were invited into the sync club later in their careers, not when they were starting out, but I could be wrong.  I'll hopefully be revealing more syncs from these artists next year.

In 2014, I finally woke up to the clues that The Flaming Lips were planting.  On April 1st, they even did a supplement to the Dark Side of the Moon / The Wizard of Oz sync to grab the sync community's attention.  I had already found 2 syncs before their supposed April Fools' Day prank.  I know these guys have more syncs, but they are tough to crack.  Later that year, I was drawn to Primus & the Chocolate Factory with the Fungi Ensemble and the obvious connection to the Willy Wonka film.  I believe that both of these bands were invited into the sync club later in their careers.

In 2015, I added the Rolling Stones based on syncs found by my friends, Taylor and Tyler.  There are a ton of syncs yet to be found from this band.  Someone needs to lead the charge.

In 2016, we had a synchronicity boom with five new additions.  I added Jethro Tull and David Bowie primarily due to syncs found by my friends, Tyler and Zephyr Ash.  The number of albums between these two is massive; looking forward to many more syncs.  I added Dream Theater and Coldplay due to my own discoveries, although Zephyr Ash had already been experimenting with Coldplay.  I added Red Hot Chili Peppers due to Tyler's discovery.

In 2017, there hasn't been a lot of updates on this site, but my friends have been very busy with their discoveries.  Personally, my family has been very busy this year, so I haven't had as much time to spend on this hobby.  After fostering a baby from 2012 to 2013, then fostering another baby from 2014 to 2015, and then fostering two young children since early 2016, my wife and I were able to adopt the two children in August of 2017.  We love them so much and are very happy to have expanded our family finally.  It's been a long journey, but we are grateful to those who have helped us along the way.  Thankfully, we have been able to keep in contact with our first two foster children and their moms as well.

What's coming in 2018?  We will celebrate the 20th Anniversary of this web page on April 16th.  I should be revealing some new syncs on that date.  I've been contemplating adding a page of extra syncs that I have enjoyed but am still uncertain if they are intentional or coincidental.  These extra syncs would not be included in the ever-increasing evidence of the intentional sync theory but rather would be for entertainment purposes only.  I guess we'll see.  I continue to encourage others to publish their discoveries and not wait for me to do it because I may never include them.  Occasionally, I search the web for other sync sites to see who else is joining in the hunt.  Most of the time, I stumble upon web sites of those who create syncs by combining music they enjoy with films they enjoy, rather than trying to figure out what the artists had in mind.  I really hope that my success rate at determining intentionally created syncs is at least 95%, but I realize that I will never know.  I will continue to try my best to publish worthy syncs.

About five years ago, I really thought that we had crossed the halfway point of all syncs, or in other words, that we had revealed more syncs than what were left undiscovered.  I believed that I would probably witness nearly all the syncs in my lifetime.  The last five years have really caused me to rethink this.  We've probably only seen the tip of the iceberg of intentional syncs.  I've basically come to the realization that I will never get to experience all the syncs, and maybe Pink Floyd's recent studio album title, The Endless River, was a clue to say to us that the syncs will never end...

Thank you to all the sync artists and their teams for creating wonderful works of art!

Andrew C. Wendland

21.12.22 - Another five years have flown by as I reflect on 25 years of this amazing hobby.  During the last five years we've added another four bands/artists to the list, primarily consisting of the discoveries of others.  I have no doubt that the list will continue to grow.  The total number of intentional syncs on this site has climbed to 294.  Sometimes it's really surprising to me that barely anybody (in the public) knows anything about this phenomenon.  It's so hard for people to accept that musicians would take the time to do such a thing.  I guess my studies of strange topics, such as the Face on Mars, opened the possibilities to me.  I had absolutely no trouble accepting that bands were/are intentionally crafting their albums to synchronize to movies.  I know that all of this is just a theory, but in the minds of a few of us, it is simply factual.  So, this leads to the questions that I've pondered for many years:  Why do they create these syncs?  For whom are the syncs created?

What I explain here are my thoughts on the topic.  Of course, some of these ideas may have come from conversations with other sync enthusiasts, but here is my latest take on movie syncs.  I think in the very beginning, which at this point is probably around the mid-1960's, a few bands were experimenting with syncs for either the fun of it, the challenge of it, or simply as something new to do.  I doubt that any of them could have predicted where it would lead, but I assume that they enjoyed it enough that they continued making more syncs and sharing the experience with other artists.  I think it was something hidden that wasn't necessarily made for the fans to find, but rather for the insiders to enjoy.  After these initial sync creations, it could have easily died out, but I think there is a very practical reason these bands continued making them.  Sometimes we think art is created out of the love for art, but the truth is that many artists create works for money.  It's a career.  So, I imagine that some musicians feel the pressure to produce.  Where do musicians get their inspirations for their creations.  It obviously comes from a variety of sources, such as life experiences, reading material, media, other musicians, and on and on.  Actually almost anything can be an inspiration.  This leads to my point.  I think that using movies as an inspiration to develop music and lyrics is probably practical.  Movies have everything in them:  ups and downs, protagonists and antagonists, successes and failures, happiness and sadness, and on and on...  They are the perfect way to have some backdrop or foundation or framework for creating a full album of songs.  So, it is my belief that bands are using the movies for inspiration, and when making movie syncs, they are using the movies as a framework for their creations.  Now I'm not saying that movies are the only inspiration or even the main inspiration for their songs, but it provides some inspiration and is a template for the flow of themes in the songs.  I've said many times that Dark Side of the Moon is not about The Wizard of Oz, but the connections between the two are amazing and undeniable, even though people try to deny it.  So, for sure, along with many other things that inspired them, Pink Floyd was inspired by this movie when creating the album.  There are some in the sync community that still hold on to the fantasy that the sync is some cosmic coincidence.  The ultimate proof that syncs are real is the cover of Ummagumma.  It has on it the soundtrack to the film Gigi.  When you play the Ummagumma studio album with this film, there are so many connections throughout, it's really hard to say that it's all coincidental.  Pink Floyd put it out there for all to see.  But, I'm probably preaching to the choir because most of you who are reading this probably already know the truth.

If you accept that these syncs are created, are they meant to be found?  I've struggled with this one for a while.  On one hand, I think that maybe the syncs are useful for creating complete albums of songs.  And maybe they are not intended to be found.  Maybe bands just share the syncs with other artists.  Maybe it's just intended for the insiders.  They all keep the secrets for their community.  You might get this impression with all the denials of this phenomenon.  On the other hand, I feel like the bands and artists have left many clues pointing to the movies in the album artworks, the song titles, the lyrics, the music videos, the live concerts, and even in interviews.  No reason to leave clues if it's to remain hidden.  The cover of Dark Side of the Moon is a nice clue because a prism has nothing to do with the moon or the themes covered in the album.  But in the first minute or so of The Wizard of Oz, there is a dinner triangle hanging from a tree.  If you freeze the film at the right time, the white fence behind the triangle put together look similar to the prism on the album cover.  Anyway, my point is that part of me believes that the artists want these syncs to be found.  But part of me feels that they are fine with these creations remaining hidden from the public.  Personally, if I spent the effort in creating something like this, I would want others to know, not just for the knowledge but also for the enjoyment of the movie sync experience.  My wish is that someone will finally admit to the world what has been going on behind the scenes for all these years.

Looking back, in 2018, we added The Beach Boys and Metallica to the web site.  Just going by the dates, The Beach Boys have the earliest sync that I've personally endorsed so far.  Of course, there could be earlier syncs.  In 2019, we added Muse and Lorde to the growing list of sync artists.

Since then, things have slowed down as far as expanding to more artists, partly because I've recently gone back to the originals:  Pink Floyd, The Alan Parsons Project, The Beatles, and Radiohead.  It's always nice finding new syncs with the bands that started it all for me.

Over these past 5 years I've tried discussing movie syncs with various artists, including Geddy Lee of Rush, Alan Parsons and his bandmates, Sean Lennon and Les Claypool.  My attempts are documented on the various pages.  I wish I could have a real conversation about movie syncs with one of these artists, but it's only a dream.  Speaking of dreams, I do dream about the band members discussing syncs with me, or about waiting desperately to talk to them, only for my chance to disappear.  I sometimes even dream about discovering new syncs.  I guess movie syncs are often on my mind...

Thank you to all the musicians and their teams for creating these entertaining movie syncs!

Andrew C. Wendland

Special Notes

16.04.23 - Today we celebrate the 25th Anniversary of this web page.  It seems fitting that the same year Dark Side of the Moon turns 50 years old, this Pink Floyd movie synchronicity research web page turns 25 years old.  I still can't believe I've been doing this for over 25 years (about half of my life), and I still really enjoy the hunt!  My friends continue to make their own discoveries, which I hope to try soon.  Check out their pages.  We do have one Pink Floyd related sync to share today.  Hope you enjoy it!

22.11.22 - I thoroughly enjoyed Nick Mason's Saucerful of Secrets at The Royal Oak Music Theatre on 07.10.22.  I had an awesome view of the stage from the fifth row.  The seat was the exact same one I had for the Alan Parsons show.  It was so nice to enjoy these early Floyd tunes being performed by these great musicians.  They even added Echoes to their set this tour, which was spectacular.  Thank you for keeping these awesome songs alive!

09.09.22 - My uncle Rick and I thoroughly enjoyed Roger Waters live on 23.07.22 at Little Caesars Arena about two years after it was originally scheduled.  The "in-the-round" stage set-up was unique with large screens above the band, displaying content that enhanced the music, much in the same way that the music of albums enhance many films.  Roger and his band played a great collection of songs, including some new compositions.  They all sounded great.  Roger's shows are always visually stunning to go along with the superb music and lyrics.  His shows are also emotionally moving and meaningful.  I appreciate the messages he's trying to convey to all of us.  Thank you, Roger, for continuing to not only entertain us, but for trying to open our eyes and our minds!

Also, I recently purchased a ticket to see Nick Mason's Saucerful of Secrets at The Royal Oak Music Theatre on 07.10.22.  The seat is located in section A Center, row E, seat 21.  This concert date happens to fall about 25 years after I watched the famous Dark Side of the Moon / The Wizard of Oz synchronicity for the first time.  It will be nice to see and hear this group again.  Looking forward to the show!

16.04.20 - Unfortunately, the Roger Waters show has been postponed, due to the world crisis of 2020.  The good news on this 22nd Anniversary of this web page is that we have 6 new Pink Floyd related syncs to share.  Since so many of us are stuck at home, it's the perfect time to enjoy some movie syncs!  And don't forget to check out the Westworld sync... it's out of this world!

02.02.2020 - I recently purchased two tickets to see Roger Waters at Little Caesars Arena on 14.07.20.  The seats are located in Section 118, Row 15, Seats 11 & 12.  This concert will be "in the round," which I've gone to only one other time, I believe.  Should be a unique experience!

16.04.19 - My uncle Rick and I thoroughly enjoyed Nick Mason's Saucerful of Secrets at The Fillmore Detroit on 09.04.19.  We had a great view of the stage.  The music sounded awesome.  The band played a nice selection of early (pre-1973) Pink Floyd tunes.  I loved this show!  Nick Mason spoke to the crowd a few times.  He was humorous and witty, and he genuinely seemed to be having a good time.  Thanks for putting this show together!

07.11.18 - I recently purchased two tickets to see Nick Mason's Saucerful of Secrets at The Fillmore Detroit on 09.04.19.  The seats are located in Section MFB CT, Row B, Seats 17 and 18.  This concert falls exactly one week after my birthday and one week before the anniversary of this web page.  It will be fun to hear very early Floyd music played live.  Looking forward to it!

16.04.18 - Today we celebrate the 20th Anniversary of this web page.  We have four Pink Floyd related syncs to share today, including one combination that I tried over 20 years ago and about which I was really unsure at the time.  Sam Hodgson gave it another try and convinced me that it's legit.  Also, check out the Primus page for a new sync from Claypool & Lennon.  Enjoy!

For personal reasons, Thomas Ostrowski has changed his name to Zephyr Ash Ostrowski.

21.12.17 - Once again, I invited my uncle Rick to another awesome concert.  This time we thoroughly enjoyed King Crimson live on 22.11.17 at the Michigan Theater.  The balcony seats were perfect for viewing these artists.  King Crimson put on an amazing show, playing so many classics and mixing in some newer songs!  The syncopation of the three percussionists was a site to see and rhythmic beats to hear.  The musicianship of the whole band was outstanding.  Bravo!

07.10.17 - My uncle Rick and I thoroughly enjoyed Roger Waters live on 02.08.17 at the Palace of Auburn Hills.  This was the last show for me at the Palace, where I've seen so many great artists.  Roger and his band played a great selection of classic Floyd tunes and new Waters songs.  The show was visually entertaining as well.  After the intermission, several screens came down from the rafters above the main floor.  On them were projected various images, like the buildings on the album cover of Animals, for example.  It was unlike anything I'd ever seen!  My uncle finally got to see Roger live.  What a great show!

My wife and I enjoyed Metallica live on 12.07.17 at Comerica Park in Detroit.  They put on a great show, playing so many great songs.  My wife enjoyed watching me jam out to One, my favorite Metallica song.  After listening to their music for so many years, I finally saw them live, and I was very impressed.  Now I need to research some syncs...

I purchased two tickets to see King Crimson live on 22.11.17 at the Michigan Theater.  The seats are located in Section BLLT, Row B, Seats 15 and 17.  King Crimson is one of my favorite bands and is on my sync radar.  I haven't found any movie connections yet, but they definitely have potential.  This will be only my second time seeing them live.  The first time was quite a while ago, so I'm really looking forward to this show!

16.04.17 - My intuition was right again:  Pink Floyd's compilation "Cre/ation - The Early Years 1967 - 1972" syncs with the film "Doctor Strange."  Give it a try.  It has several great moments.  Also, I wonder if the title is an answer to the sync debaters main question:  Are the syncs a series of coincidences or intentional creations?

On a different note, fellow sync researcher Tyler Buffett has found syncs with yet another band:  Metallica.  I need to spend some more time viewing these syncs before I add them to my site.  I purchased two tickets to see Metallica live on 12.07.17 at Comerica Park in Detroit.  The seats are located in Section 339, Row 9, Seats 22 and 23.  This will be my first time seeing them live.  I've been listening to them since the 1990's.  I bet it'll be a great show...

21.12.16 - The biggest Pink Floyd news lately has been the release on 11.11.16 of their mega box set of their early years.  More importantly to the movie sync enthusiasts is the 2-Disc compilation "Cre/ation - The Early Years 1967 - 1972" released on the same day, which happened to fall on my 11th Wedding Anniversary.  Ever since these were announced I've been thinking about what potential movies could be the target for this project.  If they were looking back at their history, would they choose a movie from back then or a more modern movie with some kind of connection to their past.  Interestingly enough I do believe there is a modern film that falls into the latter category.  The film is Doctor Strange, which was released in the US on 04.11.16, a week prior to "Cre/ation."  Unfortunately, I can't tell you that it works because I haven't tried it yet.  I'll probably have to wait until the film is released on DVD to test my theory.  Why this film?  Firstly, if we go back to "A Saucerful of Secrets," we can find an image of Doctor Strange on the cover of the album.  Secondly, while listening to "Cre/ation," I noticed that "Doctor Strange" is mentioned in the lyrics of "Cymbaline" (track 13 of disc 1).  And thirdly, I went to the movie theatre to see "Doctor Strange" in 3D no less, and I was stunned to hear Pink Floyd's "Interstellar Overdrive" during an important scene in the film.  I couldn't believe it, yet it was so apropos.  Early Pink Floyd is psychedelic, just like this film.  Let me also say that this film was amazing.  It had an interesting story line along with mind-blowing visuals and special effects.  I was thoroughly impressed.  After seeing the film, I was half-tempted to bring a pair of headphones to the theatre and try my sync idea, but I didn't do it.  I hope that Doctor Strange does sync with this compilation, but it is only a guess at this point.  Time will tell...

07.11.16 - I purchased two tickets to see Roger Waters live on 02.08.17 at the Palace of Auburn Hills.  The seats are located in Section 126, Row AA, Seats 19 and 20.  It will be nice to hear some new songs from Roger!

04.05.16 - "May the Fourth Be With You!"  This journey of discovery has taken me down paths I never would have expected.  I've had to modify my theory of the album & movie syncs along the way as new evidence has surfaced.  However, the day that I didn't think would show up has.  What do I mean by that?  Well, I've only ever considered that musicians were crafting their works to fit to movies in a way that would link the two together.  These connections we call "synchronicities" even though they are intentionally created.  I've never considered that a movie maker would craft a movie to fit to an album.  Well, at least I never thought it wise to search for such a thing as it would be extremely rare and equally difficult to find.  Recently, someone has published a sync between one of the biggest new movies and the album that is the music of the most well-known movie sync.  Several internet news articles were written about this sync.  This new combination is between "Star Wars: The Force Awakens" and "Dark Side of the Moon."  According to the articles, pressing play as the film’s opening scroll ends and the camera pans to the spaceship starts this synchronization.  This starting point is not typical of most syncs but is a logical place for this film.  The way this sync was revealed is a bit suspicious.  I don't think the true identity of the revealer/discoverer is known, just the handle knnl.  So, prompted by Tyler Buffett, I decided to watch the combination myself.  Half expecting it to be barely OK, and half hoping it would be cool; I was very surprised.  Amazingly, the sync worked well through 3 full plays of the album.  I was pretty shocked.  Would J.J. Abrams undertake such a project?  It's really hard to believe...  Even I'm skeptical.  But after watching it a couple of times, I'm having a hard time believing that it's all coincidental.  I definitely recommend watching this sync to draw your own conclusions.  What's intriguing about this sync is that the members of Pink Floyd are probably not even aware that this activity was happening.  I hope they watch it, too, some day...  It's a nice tribute to their masterpiece album.

16.04.16 - Today we celebrate the 18th Anniversary of this web page.  We've added four more bands to the mix!  Enjoy the variety!  My wife and I thoroughly enjoyed the David Gilmour concert on 08.04.16 in Chicago.  The band played a great mix of songs:  solo material from "Rattle that Lock" and "On an Island," later Pink Floyd songs from "The Division Bell" and "A Momentary Lapse of Reason," and earlier Floyd classics.  David Gilmour and his band sounded great.  The show was fantastic!  Thanks for touring again.

07.11.15 - Ian Anderson and his band performed "Jethro Tull - The Rock Opera" on 03.11.15 in Detroit.  It was a terrific show!  My uncle and I thoroughly enjoyed the music and the performance.  Sitting so close to the stage was an awesome experience.  The use of virtual singers and interesting imagery on a big screen behind the band had to be carefully synchronized with the live music.  These visuals combined with the story-telling gave the vibe of a bigger story.  It would not surprise me to find out that Ian Anderson is a part of the sync-creators club.  If indeed he is, and he knew I was at the show, he just might have seen me in my Rush R40 shirt the first half of the show and in my newly purchased Jethro Tull shirt the second half.  Thank you, Ian and company, for bringing your rock opera to Detroit!

30.10.15 - This note isn't really Pink Floyd related but is more sync-related possibly.  Fellow sync enthusiast, Tyler Buffett, is convinced that he has cracked the code for yet another band, Jethro Tull.  Although I haven't personally confirmed the discoveries yet, I didn't want to miss an opportunity to see the band live.  So, I purchased two tickets to see Jethro Tull live on 03.11.15 at the Fox Theatre in Detroit.  The seats are located in Orchestra Pit Section 5, Row 4, Seats 505 & 506.  These seats are really close to the stage, so it should be entertaining.  I'm taking my uncle Rick because he is a huge fan!

30.07.15 - I purchased two tickets to see David Gilmour live on 08.04.16 at the United Center in Chicago.  The seats are located in Section 307, Row 13, Seats 19 & 20.  This show is close to 10 years after the last time I saw him perform live.  Obviously, I'm looking forward to this show!

16.04.13 - Today we celebrate the 15th Anniversary of this web page. We have a new sync from each group this time. Enjoy! Also, my friend Harry Rooster has created his second sync between his 2012 release Foreign Land and the film Outsourced. This time he covered most of the movie with 17 songs. He didn't intentionally write the songs to loop until the end; however, the themes of the songs fit pretty well when repeated. Once again, he created an interesting work of art with plenty of connections throughout. It was a lot of fun to experience this sync. Thank you, Harry, and keep up the good work.

On a different note, my uncle Rick and I enjoyed an awesome Yes concert on 12.04.13 at the Fox Theater in downtown Detroit. They played three of their classic albums fully: Close to the Edge, The Yes Album, and Going for the One. We had a great time as we were about 10 rows from the stage. Each member of the band sounded excellent. What a show!

16.04.12 - I sometimes find it hard to believe that I've been doing this hobby for more than 14 years. I just celebrated my 40th birthday recently, so that means I've had this hobby for over 1/3 of my life. I still enjoy it, and I find it challenging and rewarding. Sometimes the syncs come easily to me, and other times they take years to figure out. I wish there were more people out there trying to unlock these secrets, but unfortunately, it's only a really small group right now. Come join the hunt!

16.04.11 - Back in 1997, my friend Harry sent me a list of connections between Dark Side of the Moon and The Wizard of Oz, which was the spark that ignited my interest in music & movie synchronicities. Using the name Rooster, he has written, performed, and recorded many songs over the years. Inspired by the popular Pink Floyd sync and by my suggestion, Harry Rooster recently created a sync of his own between his new album Mystery of Science and the film Real Genius. I was very impressed with his sync creation. It was awesome! I was surprised that he repeated the songs throughout the film, and the sync connections continued throughout. I can only assume that this took him a long time to create. It really was filled with a lot of connections, matches, themes, and sound effects. It was very enjoyable to listen to as well as watch. He has developed into a talented song writer, musician, and producer. Thank you, Harry, for expanding this art form.

07.11.10 - The Wall performed live by Roger Waters and his band was fantastic. From the beginning until the end the concert was amazing. I can't express in words the emotions I felt throughout the show. I was definitely choked up during the part where the fallen heroes were shown. The stage, the props, the lighting, the effects, the music, especially the music... everything was outstanding. My wife and I enjoyed the entire experience. Thank you, Roger.

A sync fan, Tyler Buffett, suggested that Alice in Wonderland (2010) would sync with a new The Wall Live album, if it were released. He was on the right track, but who could have predicted a new Syd Barrett compilation was on the horizon? Nice try, Tyler.

20.10.2010 - My intuition was correct:  The new compilation "An Introduction to Syd Barrett" syncs with "Alice in Wonderland" (2010).  It is fascinating how these wizards sequence these compilations to fit to movies.  Hope you enjoy this one.  By the way, the version of Matilda Mother on this CD has alternate lyrics with "nine, nine, nine" in the middle, and "999" is on the green door in the booklet.  My sync website moved to on 09.09.09.  This could be a clue.  On a different note, I am very much looking forward to the Roger Waters concert this weekend where he'll be performing The Wall.  Remember that the original album syncs with Alice in Wonderland (1951).  Anybody out there seeing these overlapping connections?

10.10.10 - Soon a compilation CD will be released called "An Introduction to Syd Barrett."  The artwork is intriguing and reminds me of two movies.  The first one I will focus on is Alice in Wonderland (2010). The second one is Charlie and the Chocolate Factory (2005).  Both are directed by Tim Burton and star Johnny Depp.  As soon as I receive the CD, I will be attempting to sync it with these films.

10.05.10 - I have two tickets to see Roger Waters perform The Wall Live on Sunday, 24.10.10, at The Palace of Auburn Hills.  The seats are located in Section 122, Row R, Seats 15 & 16.  I am really looking forward to this show!

16.04.09 - I am pleased to reveal two new syncs on the 11th Anniversary of The Pink Floyd Movie Synchronization Story.  The first sync consists of a film, which about 11 years ago won 11 Academy Awards.  The film is the 1997 blockbuster Titanic.  And not to be outdone, the second sync consists of a film, which was the first to earn 11 Academy Awards.  That film is the 1959 classic Ben-Hur.  A big clue was given by Nick Mason when he talked about this film in interviews.

07.11.08 - We were saddened by the passing of the legendary musician Richard Wright earlier this year. Our thoughts and condolences go out to his family and friends.

16.04.08 - Click here for my short bio.

Todd Ellis, a major contributor to these sync discoveries, is getting married to Laura Dickinson on 07.10.06.  I am honored to be one of the groomsmen.

The weather was perfect for the beautiful outdoor wedding, and everything turned out very well.  Everyone had fun at the reception, dancing the night away.  Congratulations to the newlyweds!

I have two tickets to see Roger Waters live on Monday, 18.09.06, at The Palace of Auburn Hills.  Stase and I will be sitting in Section F, Row 10, Seats 11 & 12.  These seats are on the main floor.  I predict that this will be a great show!

The Roger Waters show was fantastic.  It was even better than I had envisioned.  It goes without saying that the sound quality, the lighting, the visual presentations, and everything that comes with it was top-notch excellent.  The show primarily consisted of classic Pink Floyd songs, including the entire Dark Side of the Moon.  Roger did play some of his solo works, including one of my favorites, Perfect Sense.  He also performed a new song, which made me wish he'd do another rock album in the near future.  I must admit that I do enjoy listening to Ca Ira from time to time; however, rock is still my favorite.  All in all, Roger and his band put on a great performance.

I have two tickets to see David Gilmour live on Thursday, 13.04.06, at The Rosemont Theatre in Chicago.  Stase and I will be sitting in Section 103, Row F, Seats 5 & 6.  These seats are really close to the stage.  I'm really looking forward to this show.

The David Gilmour show was spectacular.  It exceeded my expectations in every way.  From the sound quality to the lighting effects, from the musicianship to the song selection, from the beginning to the end, this was a fabulous show.  The first part of the show consisted of songs from David's new album.  The second part consisted of classic Pink Floyd music, including my three favorites:  Wish You Were Here, Time, and Echoes.  I am so thankful that I was fortunate enough to get tickets to this show.  It was nice to see Richard Wright perform as well.  After the show, a group of fans were gathering around the rear entrance to the theatre.  There were three white unmarked vans behind a temporary barrier.  After only a short wait, the band exited the building and loaded up in the vans.  The fans cheered, and that's when I held up my sign that read "CAST AWAY."  I'm pretty sure that David and his wife (and maybe Richard) saw me and my sign; well, at least I hope they did.  That was the icing on the cake for me.

David Gilmour's new CD "On an Island" was released on 06.03.06.  My first guess for a sync was with the movie "Cast Away" with Tom Hanks.  My guess was right...

On April 16, 2005, I asked my girlfriend Stase to marry me, and she accepted.  We are planning to get married on 11.11.05.  And believe it or not, she enjoys watching syncs with me.

Well, it's official.  Stase and I got married on 11.11.05.  The reception followed in my childhood hometown.  Everything turned out really nice, and we were so glad to spend this special occasion with our family and friends.  David Hoak was the best man, and Todd Ellis was one of the groomsmen.

Our honeymoon was one week at the Bahia Principe Akumal resort in Mexico near Tulum and Playa del Carmen.  We visited both of these towns and climbed pyramids at Chichen Itza and Coba.  It was the best vacation of our lives.

Thank you, Pink Floyd, for putting aside your differences and performing for Live 8 on 02.07.05.  Although I would have liked to have been there, I enjoyed the concert on TV.  I feel very fortunate that I saw Pink Floyd live in concert on 14.07.1994 and Roger Waters live in concert on 25.07.1999.  In 1994, I had no idea about what was to become my favorite hobby.  In 1999, I had no idea about the extent of the secret syncs.  As I continue this journey, I want to thank you for all that you have done.

My friends and I went to the Pink Floyd Laser Spectacular on July 8, 2004.  It was an entertaining show.  They even showed clips of The Wizard of Oz and Metropolis during Dark Side of the Moon.  Todd, Derek, and I enjoyed the lasers, the images, the music, and the crowd.

My uncle Rick, who had a big influence on my musical tastes, Todd, and I went to The Australian Pink Floyd Show on November 24, 2004.  I must say that they put on a great show.  The sound quality was excellent, and the band was right on with every note.  I thoroughly enjoyed it and was glad to catch this one.

Let me be the first to say, "I survived 'til 2005, so Point Me at the Sky, and let it fly."

The Syncs

For individual syncs, click on an album title or a movie title below.  For the entire list of syncs, click on the link at the bottom.


bulletThe Piper at the Gates of Dawn (1967)
bulletA Saucerful of Secrets (1968)
bulletMore (1969)
bulletUmmagumma (1969, 1973)
bulletAtom Heart Mother (1970)
bulletRelics (1971)
bulletMeddle (1971)
bulletObscured by Clouds (1972)
bulletThe Dark Side of the Moon (1973)
bulletWish You Were Here (1975)
bulletAnimals (1977)
bulletThe Wall (1979)
bulletA Collection of Great Dance Songs (1981)
bulletThe Final Cut (1983, 2004)
bulletWorks (1983)
bulletA Momentary Lapse of Reason (1987)
bulletDelicate Sound of Thunder (1988)
bulletThe Division Bell (1994)
bulletPulse (1995)
bulletIs There Anybody Out There? - The Wall Live (2000)
bulletEchoes The Best of Pink Floyd (2001)
bulletA Foot in the Door - The Best of Pink Floyd (2011)
bulletThe Endless River (2014)
bulletCre/ation - The Early Years 1967 - 1972 (2016)
bulletThe Later Years 1987 - 2019 (2019)
bulletDelicate Sound of Thunder - Remixed (2019, 2020)
bulletKnebworth Concert 1990 (2019) / Live at Knebworth 1990 (2021)
bulletAnimals - 2018 Remix (2022)
bulletMusic of Pink Floyd - Orchestral Maneuvers (1989)
bulletUs and Them - Symphonic Pink Floyd (1995)
bulletSyd Barrett - The Madcap Laughs (1970)
bulletSyd Barrett - Barrett (1970)
bulletSyd Barrett - Opel (1988)
bulletSyd Barrett - The Best Of - Octopus (1992)
bulletSyd Barrett - The Best Of - Wouldn't You Miss Me? (2001)
bulletSyd Barrett - An Introduction to Syd Barrett (2010)
bulletDavid Gilmour (1978)
bulletDavid Gilmour - About Face (1984)
bulletDavid Gilmour - On an Island (2006)
bulletDavid Gilmour - Live in Gdansk (2008)
bulletThe Orb (featuring David Gilmour) - Metallic Spheres (2010)
bulletDavid Gilmour - Rattle that Lock (2015)
bulletDavid Gilmour - Live at Pompeii (2017)
bulletNick Mason - Fictitious Sports (1981)
bulletNick Mason & Rick Fenn - Profiles (1985)
bulletNick Mason's Saucerful of Secrets - Live at the Roundhouse (2020)
bulletRon Geesin & Roger Waters - Music from The Body (1970)
bulletRoger Waters - The Pros and Cons of Hitch Hiking (1984)
bulletRoger Waters & others - When the Wind Blows - Soundtrack (1986)
bulletRoger Waters - Radio K.A.O.S. (1987)
bulletRoger Waters - Amused to Death (1992)
bulletRoger Waters - In the Flesh (2000)
bulletRoger Waters - Flickering Flame (2002)
bulletRoger Waters - Ca Ira (2005)
bulletRoger Waters - Is This the Life We Really Want? (2017)
bulletRoger Waters - Us + Them (2020)
bulletRoger Waters - Lockdown Sessions (2023)
bulletRoger Waters - The Dark Side of the Moon Redux (2023)
bulletRichard Wright - Wet Dream (1978)
bulletRick Wright - Broken China (1996)


bulletMetropolis (1926)
bulletKing Kong (1933)
bulletGone with the Wind (1939)
bulletThe Wizard of Oz (1939)
bulletFantasia (1940, original uncut version)
bulletCitizen Kane (1941)
bulletCasablanca (1943)
bulletIt's a Wonderful Life (1946)
bulletAlice in Wonderland (1951, animated Disney classic)
bulletThe Day the Earth Stood Still (1951)
bulletThe War of the Worlds (1952)
bulletNiagara (1953)
bulletFrom Here to Eternity (1953)  ***NEW on 16.04.20***
bulletOn the Waterfront (1954)  ***NEW on 16.04.20***
bulletAnimal Farm (1954)  ***NEW on 16.04.18***
bulletRebel without a Cause (1955)
bulletThe Ten Commandments (1956)
bulletAround the World in 80 Days (1956)
bulletForbidden Planet (1956)  ***NEW on 21.12.2020***
bulletSayonara (1957)
bulletGigi (1958)
bulletThe Fly (1958)
bulletBen-Hur (1959)
bulletNorth by Northwest (1959)
bulletPsycho (1960)
bulletThe Longest Day (1962)
bulletDoctor Zhivago (1965)
bulletThe Sound of Music (1965)
bulletThe Good, The Bad, and The Ugly (1966)
bulletBatman The Movie (1966)
bulletPlanet of the Apes (1967)
bulletThe Graduate (1967)
bullet2001 - A Space Odyssey (1968)
bulletThe Beatles' Yellow Submarine (1968)
bulletPatton (1970)
bulletBeyond the Valley of the Dolls (1970)
bulletA Clockwork Orange (1971)
bulletWestworld (1973)  ***NEW on 02.02.2020***
bulletOne Flew over the Cuckoo's Nest (1975)
bulletRollerball (1975)
bulletThe Rocky Horror Picture Show (1975)
bulletKing Kong (1976)
bulletStar Wars (1977)
bulletClose Encounters of the Third Kind (1977)
bulletAlien (1979)
bulletApocalypse Now (1979)
bulletThe Shining (1980)
bulletStar Wars: The Empire Strikes Back (1980)  ***NEW on 16.04.20***
bulletEscape from New York (1981)
bulletChariots of Fire (1981)
bulletDragonslayer (1981)
bulletE.T. The Extra-Terrestrial (1982)
bulletBlade Runner (1982)
bulletPoltergeist (1982)  ***NEW on 07.11.15***
bulletWar Games (1983)
bulletTwilight Zone - The Movie (1983)
bulletThe Day After (1983)
bulletStar Wars: Return of the Jedi (1983)  ***NEW on 16.04.20***
bulletDune (1984)
bullet2010 - The Year We Make Contact (1984)
bulletHighlander (1986)
bulletThe Abyss (1989)
bulletField of Dreams (1989)  ***NEW on 16.04.21***
bulletEdward Scissorhands (1990)
bulletApollo 13 (1995)
bulletLes Miserables (1995, Claude Lelouch)
bulletLes Miserables In Concert - The Dream Cast (1995)
bulletTitanic (1997)
bulletArmageddon (1998)
bulletCast Away (2000)
bulletGladiator (2000)  ***NEW on 16.04.23***
bulletK-PAX (2001)
bulletA Beautiful Mind (2001)
bulletCharlie and the Chocolate Factory (2005)
bulletV for Vendetta (2005)  ***NEW on 16.04.20***
bulletChildren of Men (2006)  ***NEW on 11.11.2020***
bulletI Am Legend (2007)  ***NEW on 21.12.23***
bulletDark City - Director's Cut (2008, 1998)  ***NEW on 11.07.24***
bulletStar Trek (2009)
bulletAlice in Wonderland (2010)
bulletHarry Potter and the Deathly Hallows - Part 1 (2010)  ***NEW on 11.11.2020***
bulletHarry Potter and the Deathly Hallows - Part 2 (2011)  ***NEW on 16.04.16***
bulletCloud Atlas (2012)  ***NEW on 11.11.14***
bulletLife of Pi (2012)  ***NEW on 21.12.14***
bulletAll is Lost (2013)  ***NEW on 21.12.14***
bulletGravity (2013)  ***NEW on 11.11.2020***
bulletThe Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 1 (2014)  ***NEW on 16.04.18***
bulletThe Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 2 (2015)  ***NEW on 16.04.18***
bulletStar Wars: The Force Awakens (2015)  ***NEW on 04.05.16***
bulletThe Martian (2015)  ***NEW on 21.12.18***
bulletAlice Through the Looking Glass (2016)  ***NEW on 16.04.18***
bulletDoctor Strange (2016)  ***NEW on 16.04.17***
bulletBlade Runner 2049 (2017)  ***NEW on 11.11.2020***
bulletDoctor Sleep (2019)  ***NEW on 16.04.20***
bulletMoonfall (2022)  ***NEW on 16.04.24***

Warning:  Clicking the link below will reveal all the syncs.

The Pink Floyd Movie Synchronizations