Arrival La Barbara's music from her work "Erin" is featured in the filmscore by Johann Johannsson for the feature film, released in theaters November 2016.
Alien: Resurrection created and performed the "Newborn Vocals" (Sound Designer Leslie Shatz; Director Jean-Pierre Jeunet; release date: November 26, 1997). Watch Excerpt
I Still Know What You Did Last Summer vocal soloist on the musical soundscore (Composer John Frizzell; Director Danny Cannon; release date: November 13, 1998)
Date with an Angel La Barbara created and performed the "Angel Voice" for actress Emmannuelle Béart, replacing her voice for the entire feature film (Sound Designer Dane Davis; Director Tom McLoughlin; released November 1987)
Anima (Elizabeth Harris Productions) filmscore composed by Joan La Barbara
Immersion; (Jodi Kaplan, filmmaker; shown at the 1999 "New Directors/New Films" Festival at the Museum of Modern Art and at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York) with music by Joan La Barbara
Signing Alphabet (animated film by Steve Finkin, broadcast on Sesame Street/Childrens Television workshop worldwide since 1977) with music composed and performed by Joan La Barbara Watch the Video
Devils Book (animated film by Steven Subotnick) with music composed and performed by Joan La Barbara
Roost (animated film by Amy Kravitz) with music composed and performed by Joan La Barbara
Tending Echo Park (film by Monica Gazzo) with music composed and performed by Joan La Barbara and music for numerous independent films by Richard Blau, Monica Gazzo, Amy Kravitz, Elyse Rosenberg, Steven Subotnick and others.
Triptych: Buffalo & Maine, a film by Harvey Wang, shown in the 2004 Tribeca Film Festival, featuring music from La Barbara's "ShamanSong"
JLB as "Nanna", a woman who "coos" like a pigeon in "Birds of a Feather"
Written and directed by Gabriel Flaksman
JLB as "Liza", an embittered former dancer, in "Lots of People"
Written and directed by Emily Keslar