Elissa Goldstein is most well known for acting, and has 4 known credits, of which 4 are movies, and 0 are TV shows.
If you enjoy Elissa Goldstein’s movies you should definitely watch Cries of the Unborn (2017) Elissa has worked on!
The best rated movie Elissa Goldstein has been a part of is the drama movie Cries of the Unborn, where they had the role of Person in Dream Scene. It has a rating 1.4 on IMDb.
Lady Peacock has a rating on 5.6 on IMDb . Elissa Goldstein worked on this romance, comedy, rom-com movie as Gloria.
In The Coffee Shop Elissa Goldstein was worked as Toast the Knowing. This drama, romance movie has a rating on 3.9 on IMDb.
In RD20 Elissa Goldstein had the role of .
Elissa Goldstein is most known for acting. Elissa has worked on 4 movies and 0 TV shows.
The best rated movie they have been a part of is Cries of the Unborn, which has a score of 0.0.
2017 . Drama . 1h 26m
As Person in Dream Scene. When three young, pregnant women are held against their will, a jury must examine just how far they would go to save a life.
2014 . Romance, Comedy, Rom-Com . 1h 39m
As Gloria. Let the drag-off begin! When Conner first meets Devin, he feels an instant attraction to him. However, soon Conner's nemesis, the Puerto Rican drag queen Adora wants Devin all to herself. Conner soon realizes the only way to compete with a drag queen is to become a drag queen. With the help of his club friends, Conner must make it his mission to destroy Adora if he wants to win back Devin.
2014 . Drama, Romance . 1h 30m
As Helen. The Coffee Shop takes place in a gay owned, rainbow-friendly New York restaurant and coffee house where love is constantly tossed into the blender.
2016 . Documentary . 35 m
Executive producer. The documentary tracks the making of Reasonable Doubt, Hova's rise to stardom, and the legacy of the iconic album. Directed by Scheme Engine, the doc is broken up into segments named for the album's tracks ("Brooklyn's Finest," "Can't Knock The Hustle," "Politics As Usual" "Friend or Foe," "Dead Presidents II"). The film features interviews from members of the Reasonable Doubt production team (DJ Clark Kent, DJ Premier, Ski) as well as album cover photographer Jonathan Mannion, Reasonable Doubt guest artist Memphis Bleek, and Roc-a-Fella co-founder Kareem "Biggs" Burke. Lest you think the doc will be exclusively talking heads, the film also features footage of Jay Z performing tracks off the album in a studio and at Barclays Center.