October 19, 2010


Michael Jackson’s Vision

Release date: 22nd Nov 2010

We have some fantastic news to share with you from Sony Music re. an incredible, brand new DVD collection – “Michael Jackson’s Vision”

  • 3DVDs in a deluxe digipak with a beautiful hard-bound 60 page booklet and stunning lenticular cover, plus a clear o-card featuring an iconic gold silhouette. See images attached.
  • 42 era-defining short films (restored and remastered); 10 previously unavailable on DVD, 1 never before seen.
  • The first time all of Michael Jackson’s solo short films are in one package.



Don’t Stop ’Til You Get Enough

Rock With You

She’s Out Of My Life *

Billie Jean

Beat It



The Way You Make Me Feel

Man In The Mirror

Dirty Diana

Smooth Criminal

Another Part Of Me

Speed Demon

Come Together

Leave Me Alone

Liberian Girl


Black Or White

Remember The Time

In The Closet


Heal The World

Give In To Me

Who Is It

Will You Be There

Gone Too Soon



You Are Not Alone

Earth Song

They Don’t Care About Us

Stranger In Moscow

Blood On The Dance Floor

Ghosts *

You Rock My World (long version) *



Blame It On The Boogie (The Jacksons)*

Enjoy Yourself (The Jacksons)*

Can You Feel It (The Jacksons)*

Say Say Say (Paul McCartney & Michael Jackson)

They Don’t Care About Us (Prison Version)*

Why (3T featuring Michael Jackson)*

One More Chance (never before seen)*


[Total Running time: approx 4 ½ hours]


It might have been fate that MTV was born at the same time people began to notice the rare talent and artistic ingenuity of Michael Jackson. It proved to be a perfect match between the new television network and the young rising icon. Early on, Michael saw MTV’s potential as a force of its own and understood that it offered him the chance to pioneer a whole new visual style through which people could see music, not just listen to it. For the first time, artists had the opportunity to truly shape a vision of a story around their songs. For Michael, this meant treating the song as a “script” and creating a stand-alone film to tell that story. In fact, Michael referred to each of these productions as a “short film” and not a “music video.”

No other artist contributed more to the development of this art form than Michael Jackson. Just look at the impact of “Thriller,” which was recently named the first (and only) music video ever to be inducted by the Library of Congress into the National Film Registry – an elite collection of only a few hundred films. In addition to this, Michael’s vision had immense cultural impact. The enormous popularity of his short films proved to MTV Executives that they were wrong about what their audience wanted; it was Michael who broke through that initial barrier and created opportunity for future African American artists.

Here, for the first time, is the complete collection of all 35 of the short films produced by Michael during his career as a solo artist – 10 of which are appearing on DVD for the first time. All of the short films have been meticulously restored and remastered for the ultimate audio and visual experience and a bonus DVD includes 7 additional videos including “Enjoy Yourself” with The Jacksons, “Say Say Say” with Paul McCartney and the Previously Unreleased video for “One More Chance”. This is a true representation of “Michael Jackson’s Vision.”

Stay tuned for more exciting news.



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