11 titles.

1. Copycat (1995)
Helen Hudson is a psychiatrist who specializes in serial killers. She suffers from agoraphobia and her only link to the outside world is her computer. A serial killer who copies the methods of famous serial killers (hence the title) threatens her on-line. Holly Hunter plays a cop who is on the trail of the killer. Together they try to identify him and, hopefully, dispatch him.
2. The Tonight Show with Jay Leno (1992 TV Series)
Episode: Episode #12.17 (2004)
At the end of Jay's monologue, he mentions TV shows with product tie-ins. They then show a mock commercial for "C.S.I. Ziplock bags". (Malmin is a C.S.I. examining a crime scene) Two women have the dialog, using "Ziplock" brand plastic bags for the dismembered body parts at crime scenes. The ad ends with them closing a corpse in a giant plastic zip lock ("Also try new 'Ziplock Body Bags!'"). Jay Leno's guests: Holly Hunter, Jeff Gordon and music by Keith Urban.
3. Charlie Rose (1991 TV Series)
Episode: Episode dated 9 September 2003 (2003)
Guest Host Fareed Zakaria Of Newsweek Interviews Senator Joseph Biden About Rebuilding Iraq And Transforming The Middle East. Also, A Conversation With Oscar-Winning Actress Holly Hunter About Her New Film, Thirteen, Which Was Co-Authored By Fifteen Your Old Niki Reed.
4. Things You Can Tell Just by Looking at Her (2000)
An anthology of five loosely connected stories dealing with a variety of very different women in dealing with their own life problems. The first story "This is Dr. Keener" features Glenn Close as a doctor looking after her invalid mother who comes to realize that her own life is passing her by. The second story "Fantasies About Rebecca" features Holly Hunter as a wealthy bank manager who doesn't realize that her own life is a sham in dealing with an unplanned pregnancy, a workaholic boyfriend, and an observant street woman who knows more about Rebecca than she herself does. The third, "Someone For Rose" features Kathy Baker as a single mother who debates with herself over starting a romance with a dwarf who moves into the house across her street. The fourth, "Goodnight Lilly, Goodnight Christine" features Calista Flockhart as Christine, a tarot reader who struggles with increasing grief and depression while taking care of her lesbian lover Lilly who's dying from cancer. The fifth, "Love Waits for Kathy" features Amy Brenneman as a police detective who examines her loneliness after her blind sister Carol begins dating while Kathy is on a case of investigating the suicide of an old school friend who was just as lonely as she.
5. Jackie (2012)
An American surrogate ( holly hunter) has female twin daughters in Holland for two male partners and has no contact with them and no family except them when she breaks her leg and needs support to get well. The twins now in their late 20s fly to America from Europe to meet her when shes released from the hospital. Hollys only possession is an old run down RV and the three set off in the RV on their mutual adventure!
6. Portraits in Dramatic Time (2011)
PORTRAITS IN DRAMATIC TIME a series of 40 art films created by artist David Michalek is a free, public installation that can be seen on the facade of the David H. Koch Theatre between July 5- 31, 2011 nightly from 8:45PM - 11:45PM as part of the 2011 Lincoln Center Festival. Each video depicts a dramatic scene shot in just 10 seconds and played back in hyper-slow motion, extending the length to about 7 minutes. The scenes vary from solos by famous actors such as Alan Rickman, Holly Hunter, Liev Schreiber, William H. Macy, William Mapother, Patti LuPone, Ludivine Sagnier, Marianne Jean-Baptiste, Sarita Choudhury, Alison Pill, David Patrick Kelly, Lili Taylor, Carmen Ejogo etc. The extreme slowness allows the viewer to witness details of movement - such as muscles, facial expressions - revealing the gradual progression and in-between moments of developing emotions. Veteran film and theatre director, Paul Warner served as executive creative consultant and assisted in coaching and directing the actors.
7. Roe vs. Wade (1989 TV Movie)
Holly Hunter plays a lonely, single, poorly educated Texan who finds herself pregnant with no means to support a child. To avoid giving up the child, she seeks an abortion. Denied an abortion in Texas the young woman hires a novice lawyer to plead her case in the US supreme court. Eventually the law is changed, but for the character it takes longer than nine months. The abortion debate is still raging today in many countries.The abortion debate does not try to demoralize viewers, instead it looks at the issues such as who come first - the baby or the mother?
8. Women in Film (2001)
Three women in Hollywood talk to the camera one summer (with a coda six months later). Sara is a casting director; her soliloquies are addressed to Samson (her blind infant son) and to Holly Hunter. She talks about her husband's refusal to touch their son and her discovery of his affair. Gina is a masseuse - blithe, solipsistic, scheming to steal the energy of Hollywood players. She frequently refers to her dead sister Wanda, kidnaped by their father. Phyllis, sexually abused by her father when a teen, addresses her son Eric. She's a producer, working on remaking Pasolini's "Teorema." As the project falls apart, so does she. All three hum or sing, "You made me love you."
9. Notes Alive! My Many Colored Days (1998 Video)
The third in the Notes Alive series with the Minnesota Orchestra is another fine introduction for kids to the arts. This computer-animated version of the Dr. Seuss story about the mood of colors (narrated by Holly Hunter) is combined with footage of a concert symphony. We follow a boy and his dog juggling his various moods, something soaring like a bird ("a blue day") or moping around the house ("a gray day"). The music is outstanding; Richard Einhorn created a new composition, which focuses on the individuality of instruments in the 30-minute piece. A percussive, hand-clapping sequence is quite fun. The animation doesn't seem as fresh in this day and age of A Bug's Life--it's quite bulky. Yet the film is brisk enough to entertain the youngsters and they will undoubtedly ask questions about the various instruments shown. There's also a 15-minute short on the making of the film. It includes interviews with the animators, the composer, and, most notably, with Theodore Geisel's (Dr. Seuss) wife, who talks about her husband's influences and gives a tour of their house. (Other Notes Alive titles are On the Day You Were Born and Nutcracker: The Untold Story.)
An orange day. A black day. A blue day. These are some of the colors the hero of this Dr. Seuss poetry program goes through, as the young boy and his dog experience the changing colors of moods. The Minnesota Orchestra provides the music that goes with these moods. Set to state-of-the-art animation, the orchestral arrangements perfectly reflect the changing colors and shapes that represent the changes people go through as they face the ups and downs of life. Narrated by Holly Hunter, the educational program is aimed at sensitizing children to their emotional lives and how music and color can affect them.
10. Festival Pass with Chris Gore (2002 TV Series)
Film Threat magazine creator/editor, and book author Chris Gore hosts "Festival Pass with Chris Gore" taking viewers to film festivals all over the world. This episode features interviews with Harvey Pekar ("American Splendor"), Bob Odenkirk ("Melvin Goes to Dinner"), William H. Macy ("The Cooler"), Paul Rudd ("The Shape of Things") Dustin Hoffman ("Confidence"), Holly Hunter and Sundance Festival founder Robert Redford.
11. Teachers Rock 2012 (2012 TV Special)
Anschutz Film Group/Walden Media, AEG Live and Ken Ehrlich Productions present "Teachers Rock," a 90-minute special event featuring some of the biggest names in music and film paying tribute to our nation's educators; later to be broadcast as a 60-minute television special on CBS primetime - Friday, August 17th. The evening includes live performances by Dierks Bentley, Garth Brooks , Fun and Josh Groban and live appearances by Miranda Cosgrove, Viola Davis, Josh Hutcherson, Pauley Perrette and more. Ticket proceeds will support Teach for America , Donors Choose and Feeding America's Backpack Program. Presenting sponsors include the Walden Media film Won't Back Down, starring Academy Award nominees Viola Davis and Maggie Gyllenhaal and Academy Award winner Holly Hunter, scheduled to be released by 20th Century Fox on Sept 28, 2012. The film is an inspiring story of friendship, hope and courage in which two determined mothers stop at nothing to transform their children's failing inner city school.
11 titles.