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* Alien (film) (1979)
* The Time Masters (1982)
* Tron (1982)
* Masters of the Universe (1987)
* Willow (1988)
* The Abyss (1989)
* Little Nemo: Adventures in Slumberland
* The Fifth Element (1997)
* Mister Gir & Mike S. Blueberry (1999) - A documentary portrait by Canadian filmmaker Damian Pettigrew produced by the Centre National de la Bande Dessinée in Angoulême, France. Giraud does numerous sketches and watercolors of his most famous creation, Blueberry, travels to Saint Malo for the celebrated comic-book festival, visits his Paris editor Dargaud, and in the film's last sequence, does a spontaneous life-size portrait in real time of Geronimo on a huge sheet of glass using a felt-tipped pen.
* Fellini: I'm a Born Liar (2002) Giraud conceived the poster for the documentary's 2003 North American release and appears in the DVD bonus extras of the French version.
* Blueberry (2004) - On the DVD extras Giraud talks about the comic, the film etc, dressed in period costume, apparently having done a cameo role in the film. In IMDB, Giraud is credited as a writer and uncredited actor in the film.
* Thru the Moebius Strip (2005)
* Giraud worked on Alejandro Jodorowsky's film adaptation of Dune which was never completed.
* Giraud's artwork for the Dan O'Bannon short story comic "The Long Tomorrow" was a key visual reference for Blade Runner.
* Giraud represented the jury of the Paris Storyboard Contest 2005 (Concours SOPADIN - Société Parisienne des Images Nouvelles) and awarded the two young artists and filmmakers "K-Michel Parandi" (K Parandi) & "Jean François Guillon" for their work on the independent film "Minuit 14". Jean Giraud was assisted on this by the notorious French director "Gerard Krawczyk" (Taxi, Fanfan la tulipe).
* George Lucas used one of Giraud's designs for the Imperial Probe Droid in Star Wars Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back. Lucas' later Star Wars films also share many visual characteristics with Giraud's work, particularly the depiction of the city-planet Coruscant.
* Giraud also shared "Story by" credit on the animated film Little Nemo: Adventures in Slumberland.
* Strange frame (2009)