Spot of 19th Ji.hlava IDFF
2015 – Directed by Godfrey Reggio; Text by Kafka read by Woody Vasulka; Music by Francis Kuipers
4:44 The Last Day on Earth
2011 – Directed by Abel Ferrara. Starring Willem Dafoe, Shanyn Leigh, Paz de la Huerta, Natasha Lyonne, Anita Pallenberg. World Premiere Venice Film Festival 2011, New York Film Festival 2011. Composer of the original music score and actor.
2010 – Music by Francis Kuipers. Short film directed and produced by Francis Kuipers. Starring “The Savage” Sante Bassanelli. Selected by the Film Festivals of: Sulmona (2010), Roma (2011), Los Angeles (2011), New York (2011), Paris (2011).
Napoli Napoli Napoli
2009 – Docu/drama directed by Abel Ferrara. World Premiere Venice Film Festival 2009. Composer of the original music score.
La Porta dei Faraoni
2009 – Documentary directed by Marc Innaro and Sandro Vannini, for TG2 Dossier, RAI Television, Italy. First presented on Saturday 14 March, 2009. Composer of the original music score.
Go Go Tales
2007 – Directed by Abel Ferrara starring Willem Dafoe, Asia Argento, Bob Hoskins, Silvia Miles, Matthew Modine, Stefania Rocca, Riccardo Scarmacio, Anita Pallenberg. World Premiere Cannes Film Festival 2007. Composer of the original music score with vocals by Grace Jones.
Siluro Rosso – The extraordinary story of Ruben Gallego
2006 – Directed by Mara Chiaretti. Gogol Prize 2011. Composer of the original music score.
2006 – Art documentary directed by Michal Kosakowski. Composer of the original music score.
2005 Directed by Abel Ferrara starring Juliet Binoche, Forest Whitaker, Matthew Modine, Marion Cotillard, Stefania Rocca, Heather Graham. Winner of the Grand Prize of the Jury of the 2005 Venice Film Festival, the Signis Award, the Mimmo Rotella Award. Composer of the original music score.
2002 – Directed by Godfrey Reggio, music by Philip Glass with the participation of Yo Yo Ma, produced by Lawrence Taub and Steven Soderbergh. Director of the music studio and co-dramaturgist.
1995 – A short film directed by Godfrey Reggio with music by Philip Glass. Director of the music studio.
La prossima volta il fuoco
1995 – Directed by Fabio Carpi, starring Jean Rochefort, Marie-christine Barrault, Jacqueline Lustig, Lila Kedrova. Composer of the original music score.
1991 – Directed by Godfrey Reggio, with music by Philip Glass, produced by Bulgari for the World Wildlife Fund International. World Premiere Venice Film Festival 1991. Best Documentary Asia Film Festival Bombay. Critics Award Best Documentary U.S.A.. Winner Telluride Film Festival. Winner Aspen Film Festival. Concept, music coordinator and co-dramaturgist.
Attore per un giorno
1982 – Documentary directed by George Bottos. Composer of the original music score and performer.
1982 – Videoclip produced and directed by Francis Kuipers. Filmmaker George Bottos. Composer of the original music score and performer.