Written by Harmony Korine along with his brother Avi Korine. Directed by Harmony Korine. Cast includes Samantha Morton, Diego Luna and Werner Herzog.

Written by Harmony Korine and directed by Larry Clark and Ed Lachman. Cast includes Tiffany Limos and James Ransome.

Written and directed by Harmony Korine and starring Ewen Bremner, Chloë Sevigny and Werner Herzog.

Written and directed by Harmony Korine and starring Chloë Sevigny, Linda Manz, Max Perlich, Jacob Reynolds and Nick Sutton.

Written by Harmony Korine and directed by Larry Clark. Cast includes Chloë Sevigny, Leo Fitzpatrick, Justin Pierce and Rosario Dawson.



 

Short film written and directed Brent Stewart and produced by Harmony Korine with O'Salvation.

Short film directed by James Clauer and produced by Harmony Korine with O'Salvation. Cinematography by Clauer and Brent Stewart.

Short film written and directed by Brent Stewart. Produced by Harmony Korine with O'Salvation.

Three-part film written by Harmony Korine that was aborted after the completion of one segment by Gus Van Sant.

Forty-minute film projected on three screens that first premiered in 1998. Directed by Harmony Korine.

Abandoned film that involved Harmony Korine picking fights with strangers while others secretly filmed. Believed to have begun production in 1999.

One-minute video featuring Harmony Korine tapdancing in blackface. Part of a series involving numerous unconnected films of the same length.



 

Music video for the track Living Proof from Cat Power's 2006 album The Greatest. Directed by Harmony Korine.

Music video for the track No More Workhorse Blues from Bonnie 'Prince' Billy's 2004 album ...Sings Greatest Palace Music. Directed by Harmony Korine.

An album of music by Harmony Korine and Brian DeGraw that was released in 1999.

Music video for the track Sunday from Sonic Youth's 1998 album A Thousand Leaves. Directed by Harmony Korine.

Song from the 2001 Björk album Vespertine. Lyrics co-written by Harmony Korine.

Unreleased music video for one of the Daniel Johnston tracks that featured on the 1995 soundtrack to the film Kids. Directed by Harmony Korine.

Bonnie 'Prince' Billy's Ease Down the Road / James William Hindle / Puerto Rican Crime / Sun City Girls' Carnival Folklore Resurrection #11 & #12 / ...



 

TV commercials for MTV, Thorntons and Budweiser, directed by Harmony Korine.

TV documentary about the David Blaine stunt that took place in London in 2003. Directed by Harmony Korine.

Various David Blaine TV specials on which Harmony Korine has had some involvement, beginning with David Blaine: Street Magic in 1996.

Harmony Korine appeared on The Late Show with David Letterman three times between 1995 and 1998, before being banned in 1999.



 

A collaboration between Harmony Korine and the painter Christopher Wool that was published in 2002.

A book written by Harmony Korine that was first published in the US on April 1, 1998.

A collection of photographs taken by Harmony Korine in 1998. The photographs show Macaulay Caulkin and his then-wife Rachel Miner. Published in 1998.

Various zines made by Harmony Korine alone or in collaboration with Mark Gonzales. Titles include Foster Homes & Gardens, Humer and Pocahontas Monthly.



 

An exhibition by Harmony Korine that was held at the Galerie du Jour in Paris, France in 2003.

Harmony Korine's 1998 contribution to agnes b's ongoing Point D'Ironie project.

A series of photographs by Harmony Korine first exhibited in 1997.

An exhibition by Harmony Korine that was held at the Patrick Painter Gallery in Los Angeles, USA in 2000.

Aura Rosenberg / Be Broken / T-Shirt D'Artiste / Beautiful Losers / Marc Jacobs Ad Campaign /...