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Pelikula[usba | usba ang wikitext]

Key
Films that have not yet been released Pelikulang dae pa niluluwas
Taon Titulo Role Director(s) Mga Nota Ref.
1995 Kids Jennie Larry Clark [1]
1996 Trees Lounge Debbie Steve Buscemi [2]
1997 Gummo Dot Harmony Korine Also costume designer [3]
1998 Palmetto Odette Volker Schlöndorff [4]
1998 The Last Days of Disco Alice Kinnon Whit Stillman [5]
1999 Boys Don't Cry Lana Tisdel Kimberly Peirce [6]
1999 Julien Donkey-Boy Pearl Harmony Korine [7]
1999 A Map of the World Carole Mackessy Scott Elliott [8]
2000 American Psycho Jean Mary Harron [9]
2002 Ten Minutes Older Jim Jarmusch Segment 4: "Int. Trailer. Night." [10]
2002 Demonlover Elise Lipsky Olivier Assayas [11]
2003 Party Monster Gitsie Fenton Bailey, Randy Barbato [12]
2003 Death of a Dynasty Sexy Woman Damon Dash [13]
2003 Dogville Liz Henson Lars von Trier [14]
2003 The Brown Bunny Daisy Vincent Gallo [15]
2003 Shattered Glass Caitlin Avey Billy Ray [16]
2004 Melinda and Melinda Laurel Woody Allen [17]
2005 Manderlay Philomena Lars von Trier [18]
2005 Broken Flowers Carmen's Assistant Jim Jarmusch [19]
2005 3 Needles Clara Thom Fitzgerald [20]
2006 Lying Megan M. Blash [21]
2006 Sisters Grace Collier Douglas Buck [22]
2007 Zodiac Melanie David Fincher [23]
2009 The Killing Room Emily Reilly Jonathan Liebesman [24]
2009 My Son, My Son, What Have Ye Done? Ingrid Werner Herzog [25]
2009 Beloved Kim Will Frears Short film [26]
2010 All Flowers in Time Holly Jonathan Caouette Short film [27]
2010 Beautiful Darling Candy Darling James Rasin Voice only [28]
2010 Barry Munday Jennifer Farley Chris D'Arienzo [29]
2010 Mr. Nice Judy Marks Bernard Rose [30]
2013 Lovelace Rebecca Rob Epstein, Jeffrey Friedman [31]
2013 The Wait Emma M. Blash [32]
2014 Little Accidents Kendra Briggs Sara Colangelo [33]
2014 Electric Slide Charlotte Tristan Patterson [34]
2014 The Beckoning Maryam L'Ange Short film [35]
2015 Black Dog, Red Dog Ali James Franco et al. [36]
2015 #Horror Alex Cox Tara Subkoff [37]
2016 Love & Friendship Alicia Johnson Whit Stillman [38]
2016 Antibirth Sadie Danny Perez [39]
2016 Kitty N/A Herself Short film; also writer [40]
2017 Golden Exits Alyssa Alex Ross Perry [41]
2017 Beatriz at Dinner Shannon Miguel Arteta [42]
2017 The Dinner Barbara Lohman Oren Moverman [43]
2017 Lean on Pete Bonnie Andrew Haigh [44]
2017 The Snowman Sylvia Ottersen / Ane Pedersen Tomas Alfredson [45]
2017 Carmen N/A Herself Short film; also co-writer [46]
2018 Lizzie Lizzie Borden Craig William Macneill [47]
2019 Love Is Blind Carolyn Monty Whitebloom, Andy Delaney [48]
2019 The Dead Don't Die Minerva Morrison Jim Jarmusch [49]
2019 White Echo N/A Herself [50]
2019 The True Adventures of Wolfboy Jen Martin Krejcí [51]
2019 Queen & Slim Mrs. Shepherd Melina Matsoukas [52]
TBA Slow Machine Film has yet to be released Chloe Joe Denardo, Paul Felten Post-production [53]

Telebisyon[usba | usba ang wikitext]

Taon Titulo Role Mga Nota Ref.
2000 If These Walls Could Talk 2 Amy Television film [54]
2004 Will & Grace Monet Episode: "East Side Story" [55]
2005 Mrs. Harris Lynne Tryforos Television film [56]
2006–2011 Big Love Nicolette Grant 53 episodes [57]
2011 RuPaul's Drag Race Herself 2 episodes [58]
2012 Law & Order: Special Victims Unit Christine Hartwell Episode: "Valentine's Day" [59]
2012 Hit & Miss Mia Miniseries; 6 episodes [60]
2012 Louie Jeanie Episode: "Looking for Liz/Lilly Changes" [61]
2012 American Horror Story: Asylum Shelley 6 episodes [62]
2013 Portlandia Alexandra 9 episodes [63]
2013 The Mindy Project Christina 6 episodes [64]
2014 Doll & Em Herself 2 episodes [65]
2014 Those Who Kill Catherine Jensen 10 episodes [66]
2014 The Cosmopolitans Vicky Frasier Episode: "Pilot" [67]
2015–2017 Bloodline Chelsea O'Bannon 24 episodes [68]
2015–2016 American Horror Story: Hotel Dr. Alex Lowe 12 episodes [69]
2016 Dr. Del Brandy Sommers Episode: "Pilot" [70]
2017 Comrade Detective Sonya Baciu (voice) 5 episodes [71]
2019 Russian Doll Lenora Vulvokov Episode: "The Way Out" [72]
2019 The Act Mel 8 episodes [73]

Music videos[usba | usba ang wikitext]

Taon Titulo Role Artist Ref.
1992 "Sugar Kane" Girl Sonic Youth [74]
1994 "Big Gay Heart" Girl at Club The Lemonheads [75]
1995 "Old Jerusalem" Girl Palace Music [76]
2005 "I Feel Like the Mother of the World" Maid Smog [77]
2008 "Gamma Ray (Version 1)" Dancer Beck [78]
2009 "Any Fun" Skateboarder Coconut Records [79]
2009 "Lazy Slam" The Slits [80]
2011 "Make Some Noise/Fight For Your Right (Revisited)" Girl Beastie Boys [81]
2009 "It's Only You, Isn't It?" Car Owner Lissy Trullie [82]

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