|Sleepless Nights Stories||2011||Actor||Himself||20117|
|Mr. X: A Vision of Leos Carax||2014||Actor||n/a||20147|
|The Name of This Film Is Dogme95||2000 1999 - 2000||Actor||Interviewee||20007|
|Last Days||2005||Actor||Guy in Club||20057|
|Conversations in World Cinema||2002 1999 - 2002||Actor||n/a||20027|
|Gummo||1997||Actor||Boy on Couch||19977|
|David Blaine: Magic Man||1999 1998 - 1999||Segment Director||n/a||1|
|The Fourth Dimension||2011||Director||(The Lotus Community Workshop)||4|
|The Dirty Ones||2008||Producer||n/a||3|
|The Double||2014||Associate Producer||n/a||1|
|The Fourth Dimension||2011||Screenplay||(The Lotus Community Workshop)||1|
|Trash Humpers||2010||Director of Photography||n/a||1|
|Good Will Hunting||1997||Consultant||jail consultant||1|
|David Blaine: Dive of Death||2009 2008 - 2009||Consultant||Magic Consultant||1|
|Met Larry Clark, when Clark was photographing skateboarders in Washington Square Park|
|Penned "Ken Park" several years before it was released by director Larry Clarke|
|Feature directorial debut, "Gummo"; also scripted|
|Directed (also wrote) second film based on the experiences of his schizophrenic uncle, "Julien Donkey-Boy"|
|Filmed the TV documentary, "Above the Below" about David Blaine's 44-day stunt in a park over the bank of River Thames in London inside a suspended Plexiglas box|
|Directed third feature, "Mister Lonely" starring Diego Luna and Samantha Morton; co-written by his brother, Avi Korine|
|Wrote screenplay for Clark's first feature film "Kids"|
|Avi Korine||Brother||Co-wrote "Mister Lonely" (2008) with his brother|
|Sol Korine||Father||Korine has told various interviewers different stories about his upbringing and his father's occupations|
|Joyce Korine||Grandmother||Korine lived with her in Queens; appeared in "Julien Donkey-Boy" (1999)|
|Chloë Sevigny||Companion||Had on-again, off-again romantic relationship|
|New York University|
|On veering from linear story-telling: "I think you should put everything you love in a film. Why do you have to connect one thing to another?" - Korine to the Village Voice, July 25, 1995|
|"I felt that if I took scenes that were interesting, that felt like slices of life, and put them together, then 'Gummo' would become a narrative. It didn't have to be ABC." - Korine quoted in Film Comment, September/October 1997|
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