The Final Cut is a rock album by Pink Floyd recorded at several studios in the UK from July to December 1982. It is the final Pink Floyd studio album to feature Roger Waters. None of the songs have ever been performed live by the band, though some have been performed live by Waters during solo tours.
The Final Cut is a film written and directed by Omar Naim, released in 2004. The cast includes Robin Williams, James Caviezel, Mira Sorvino and Genevieve Buechner. It was produced by the Canadian production company, Lions Gate Films.
The Final Cut is an industrial music group, consisting mainly of Detroit's Tony Srock.
The Final Cut is the third part of the House of Cards trilogy, a 1995 novel written by Michael Dobbs, perhaps better known as a 1996 BBC television serial based on the novel, adapted by Andrew Davies. It details the final years of Francis Urquhart's premiership.
Final Cut is a film released in 1998, jointly written and directed by Dominic Anciano and Ray Burdis (who also appear in the film). This film features several of the actors / actresses from the Primrose Hill set. It was nominated for the Golden Hitchcock at 1999 Dinard British Film Festival.
The Final Cut is a comic, a story based on the Buffy television series.
"The Final Cut" is the title track from Pink Floyd's 1983's album The Final Cut. It has never been performed live by any member of the band.