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Films (as actress) 3
Films (as composer) 6
Films (as writer) 1
Television 23
Commercials 2
Music videos 34
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American singer and occasional actress Lana Del Rey has appeared in three films as an actress, twenty-three television shows, and two commercials, along with offering her talents to five films as singer. Del Rey's first appearance was in the independent film Poolside (2010), which features Del Rey playing Lisa, a rich girl who spends her days smoking cigarettes by the pool. She received top billing for the project. Del Rey's next appearance was in a less-than-one-minute long short art film titled Lana Del Rey which was produced by Interview magazine and features noir-ish style and cinematic themes. Del Rey's breakout appearance was in an Anthony Mandler directed film, which Del Rey wrote, titled Tropico (2013). The film features Del Rey as a fictionalized version of Eve while also playing Mary Magdalene. Tropico received positive reviews and was Del Rey's second film that gave her top billing. Along with appearing in a handful of short films, Del Rey has appeared in 23 television shows and specials as herself along with appearing in campaign commercials for companies including Keds and H&M.

Del Rey has recorded songs for six films: The Great Gatsby (2013), Tropico (2013), Maleficent (2014), Big Eyes (2014), The Age of Adaline (2015), and Hi, How Are You Daniel Johnston? (2015). Del Rey created the songs "Young and Beautiful", "Hotel Sayre", "Magic Tree and I Let Myself Go", and "Two Minutes to Four and Reunited" for The Great Gatsby, with "Young and Beautiful" receiving single treatment followed by praise, chart success, and a Grammy award nomination. Her contribution of the two songs "I Can Fly" and "Big Eyes" for the Margaret Keane bio-pic Big Eyes received critical acclaim with the later being nominated for a Golden Globe Award and Critics Choice Award.

Music videos

Title Year Artist(s) Director(s)
"Kill Kill" 2008 Lana Del Rey Lana Del Rey
"Gramma" 2009
"Yayo"
"Mermaid Motel"
"Put Me In a Movie"
"Brite Lites"
"Jump"
"Lolita" 2010
"Diet Mountain Dew" 2011
"Video Games"
"Blue Jeans"
"Born to Die" Yoann Lemoine
"Off to the Races" Lana Del Rey
"Blue Jeans" 2012 Yoann Lemoine
"Carmen" Lana Del Rey
"National Anthem" Anthony Mandler
"Summertime Sadness" Kyle Newman
Spencer Susser
"Blue Velvet" Johan Renck
"Ride" Anthony Mandler
"Burning Desire" 2013 Anthony Shurmer
"Chelsea Hotel No. 2"
"Summer Wine" Lana Del Rey &
Barrie-James O'Neill
Lana Del Rey
"Young and Beautiful" Lana Del Rey Chris Sweeney
Sophie Muller
"Tropico" Anthony Mandler
"West Coast" 2014 Vincent Haycock
"Shades of Cool" Jake Nava
"Ultraviolence (Album Trailer)" -
"Ultraviolence" Francesco Carrozzini
"Once Upon a Dream (Young Ruffian)" Walt Disney Studios
"Honeymoon" 2015 Lana Del Rey
"High By the Beach" Jake Nava
"Honeymoon Sampler" -
"Music to Watch Boys To" Kinga Burza
"Freak" 2016 Lana Del Rey

Film

Film Year Role Director Notes
Poolside 2010 Lisa Aaron C. Peer Short film
Lana Del Rey 2012 Herself Short film
The Great Gatsby 2013
Baz Luhrmann Soundtrack; songs: "Young and Beautiful", "Hotel Sayre", "Magic Tree and I Let Myself Go", and "Two Minutes to Four and Reunited"
Nominated—Grammy Award for Best Song Written for Visual Media (for "Young and Beautiful")
Nominated—Critics Choice Award for Best Song (for "Young and Beautiful")
Nominated—Denver Film Critics Society Award for Best Original Song (for "Young and Beautiful")
Nominated—Georgia Film Critics Association Award for Best Original Song (for "Young and Beautiful")
Nominated—Houston Film Critics Society Award for Best Original Song (for "Young and Beautiful")
Nominated—Online Film & Television Association Award for Best Music, Original Song
Nominated—Phoenix Film Critics Society Award for Best Original Song (for "Young and Beautiful")
Nominated—World Soundtrack Award for Best Original Song Written Directly for a Film (for "Young and Beautiful")
Tropico Eve/Mary Anthony Mandler Short film
Soundtrack; songs: "Bel Air", "Gods & Monsters", and "Body Electric"
Also writer
Maleficent 2014
Robert Stromberg Soundtrack; song: "Once Upon a Dream"
Big Eyes
Tim Burton Soundtrack; songs: "Big Eyes" and "I Can Fly"
Nominated—Golden Globe Award for Best Original Score - Motion Picture (for "Big Eyes")
Nominated—Critics Choice Award for Best Song (for "Big Eyes")
Nominated—Houston Film Critics Society Award for Best Original Song (for "Big Eyes")
Nominated—Online Film & Television Association Award for Best Music, Original Song (for "Big Eyes")
The Age of Adaline 2015
Lee Toland Krieger Soundtrack; song: "Life Is Beautiful"
Hi, How Are You Daniel Johnston?
Gabriel Sunday Executive producer
Soundtrack; song: "Some Things Last a Long Time"

Television

Year Title Role Notes
2011 Later with Jools Holland Herself Episode: "39.4"
La Musicale "Speciale Girls" H-4
De Wereld Draait Door Episode: "7.50"
Inas Nacht Episode: "7.9"
Taratata Episode 406
2011—
12
Le grand journal de Canal+ Guest; 3 episodes
2012 The Jonathan Ross Show Episode: "2.1"
Saturday Night Live Episode: "Daniel Radcliffe/Lana Del Rey"
Late Night with David Letterman Episode: "19.83"
The Talent Show Story Episode "1.5"; uncredited
Jimmy Kimmel Live! Episode: "10.120"
The BRIT Awards 2012
American Idol Episode: "Top 10 Results"
Buenas noches y Buenafuente Episode: "1.2"
The Voice UK Episode: "Live Show 1 Results"
BBC Radio 1 Hackney Weekend 2012 Television special
MTV Europe Music Awards 2012
2013 The BRIT Awards 2013
2014 The 56th Annual Grammy Awards
2015 Fashion News Live Episode: "20,31"
72nd Golden Globe Awards
Billboard's Women in Music
2016 The BRIT Awards 2016

Commercials

List of commercials, showing company/product, year released, and description
Company Year Description
Keds 2006 Commercial features Del Rey in 2006 walking around Coney Island, Brooklyn while her song "Yayo" plays in the background.
H&M 2012 Commercial features Del Rey in an old-1960s-inspired lounge where she sings a cover of Bobby Vinton's famous prom anthem "Blue Velvet", which was featured on her second EP Paradise (2012).

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