10 titles.

1. Oblivion (2013)
In 2077, the human Jack Harper works with his companion Victoria "Vica" on the surveillance station Tech 49. Jack repairs drones and his memory was erased as part of the security process to stay on Earth, and he knows that Earth is completely depleted after sixty years of war against the alien invaders Scavengers "Scavs". The aliens have destroyed the moon and were defeated by nuclear weapons and the earthlings have moved to Saturn's moon Titan since the planet was completely destroyed. Now Jack has to protect the power stations that use the ocean to supply energy to Titan fixing the drones. He also has recollections of a mysterious woman at the Empire State Building when Earth was habitable. Jack and Vic receive instructions from Sally (Melissa Leo), who is located on the space station Tet, and Vic is anxious to leave Earth in two weeks to join the survivors on Titan.
2. Greta (2009)
After her mother, Karen (Melissa Leo) gets married for the third time, 17-year-old Greta (Hillary Duff), who had witnessed her father kill himself, withdraws within herself, and turns rebellious. In lieu of boot camp she is sent to live with her maternal grandparents, Katherine (Ellen Burstyn) and Joseph (Michael Murphy) where she makes it known that she is determined to kill herself. She then falls for a cook, Julie (Evan Ross) at the local restaurant, much to the chagrin of her grandparents - especially when they find out he had been interned in a juvenile correctional facility. Faced with all-round opposition and unhappy with her life Greta plans her suicide during a boating trip - a plan that will not only expose closeted skeletons, but also shatter and change everyone's lives forever.
3. Why Stop Now? (2012)
The story of Eli Smith (Jesse Eisenberg), a piano prodigy, dealing with his troubled mother, Penny (Melissa Leo), and enlisting help from a hapless drug dealer, Sprinkles (Tracy Morgan), on the day he has an audition for a prestigious music program. Events spiral comically out of control as this gang of misfits faces the mistakes of the past, the challenges of the future, and the possibilities of love.
4. True Adolescents (2009)
Craig Johnson's poised and poignant first feature follows Sam (Mark Duplass), an, unbeknownst to him, washed-up rocker in the early stages of haggard. Jobless and apartment-less, he crashes with his aunt (a compassionate Melissa Leo) as a last resort and becomes reluctant camping-trip chaperone to her teenage son and a pal. That the three males are on par, maturity-wise, makes for engaging ensemble juvenilia. But in the stirring Pacific Northwest wilderness a surprising discovery turns dire -- and the distance from boy to man must be covered overnight. Duplass's ballsy and at times balls-out performance is a winner, particularly when Sam at long last takes stock of himself: it ain't pretty.
5. Young Hollywood's Greatest (2013 TV Series)
Episode: Award Winners (????)
The cream rises to the top in "Young Hollywood's Greatest: Award Winners", which features seven exclusive one-on-ones with the best of the best in entertainment, from veteran Oscar darlings like Morgan Freeman and TV powerhouses like Archie Panjabi to music icons like Gloria Estefan and next generation stars like Quvenzhané Wallis. Demian Bichir, Melissa Leo, and Marion Cotillard are also profiled.
6. Bottled Up (2013)
In this modern day drama, Oscar-winner Melissa Leo beautifully conveys the heart-wrenching struggle that comes with love and addiction, while also lightheartedly depicting a woman rediscovering romance. She plays hopelessly hopeful Faye, mother to Sylvie (Marin Ireland) who, many months after a car accident, continues to complain of back pain. After refusing physical therapy, it becomes clear to everyone but Faye that her daughter is addicted to pain killers. When earnest environmentalist Beckett (Josh Hamilton) moves to town, Faye quickly befriends him, hoping that he will be the solution to Sylvie's problems. As Beckett finds himself further intertwined in their lives, he inadvertently helps Faye realize the depth of her family's problem, even as he brings a touch of happiness. Before too long Faye's hand is forced, and she must decide whether to protect her daughter or find the happiness that she has long denied herself.
7. Festival Road Trip (2008 TV Series)
Episode: The 83rd Academy Awards (2011)
Festival Road Trip brings you inside the glitz and glamor of the 83rd Academy Awards with personal interviews from the filmmakers who are nominated in the Shorts Animated and Live Action category. Watch exclusive clips, and hear from the filmmakers talk about their film, and take their journey with them all the way through to the Oscar ceremony. Also featured is an interview with Melissa Leo, who won Visionary Actress Award at the Shorts Award.
8. Dear Governor Cuomo (2012 Documentary)
'Dear Governor Cuomo' is a concert protest film aimed at influencing New York state's decision to ban hydraulic fracturing - fracking - or adopt it. Featuring local activists including qv##nm0749263##, 'Melissa Leo', qv##nm1190322##, qv##nm0781517##, qv##nm2056485## and scientists like Sandra Steingraber, the film - a blend of 'The Last Waltz' and 'An Inconvenient Truth' lays out the science and facts behind the decision and encourages the governor to join the anti-fracking majority in his state. Though focused on the issue in New York, the education, and incredible music, are relevant in the 34 states that already allow fracking.
9. The Butterfly, the Harp and the Timepiece (2015 Short Film)
"The Butterfly, The Harp, and The Timepiece" is a short film starring Oscar winner Melissa Leo (London Has Fallen, The Big Short, The Fighter), Golden Globe winner Alex Ebert (All is Lost), and scored by Grammy winner Alex Geringas. The story revolves around a vagabond, an office worker, and a former executive who grasp for hope in their waning dreams through sentimental treasures at a magical pawn shop, but unlikely circumstances bind their paths together in a culmination of fulfillment and disappointment.
10. First Breath (2004 Short Film)
A high school girl prepares for her prom, as a garbage man discovers a baby in the trash by her home. Their surprising journey together subtly explores the purpose we are born with - starting with an infant's first breath. This marks the film directing debut of Jimmy Georgiades and is written by Eric Lane ("Cater-Waiter"). The award-winning 35mm short film stars Victor Williams ("King of Queens"), Kelly Karbacz (Broadway's "Rent") and Melissa Leo ("21 Grams").
10 titles.