9.  Runes (2021) (in production). Waschka, writer, composer, and director. 

8. Inside Scofield (2021) (in production). Waschka, associate producer. Documentary on the life of jazz musician John Scofield. Directed by Joerg Steineck.

7. Boris Karloff: The Man Behind The Monster (2021) (post-production). Waschka, associate producer. Documentary on the life of Boris Karloff with Christopher Plummer, Guillermo del Toro, Peter Bogdanovich, John Landis, Stephanie Powers, Lee Grant and others. Directed by Thomas Hamilton.

6. Ama Romanta: Uma Utopia que Fazia Discos (2019). Waschka, himself. Documentary on the Portuguese record label, Ama Romanta. Two of Waschka's performances were released on the label.

5. Missing Mom (2016). Waschka, associate producer. Available on Amazon Prime. Missing Mom is a documentary that shows the search for film director Rob McCallum's mother who had been missing at that time (2015-2016) for almost 25 years. Premiere in London, Ontario and Atlanta, Georgia. Has won numerous "best documentary" and "best director" awards for Rob McCallum.

4. Aluminum Heart (2016), Waschka, associate producer. Dramatic short.

3. The Slate: Casting by Larry Donovan (2011)

Written and Directed by Michael Russell. Waschka, actor, plays "Dr. Walker". Narrative Series.

2. Horizons (2010) 

Directed by Zlatko Cosic. Waschka, composer and co-producer. Zlatko Cosic, co-producer. Experimental Short/Music Video. Premiere and prize winner at the Macon Film Festival, 2010, prize winner at the Sunscreen Film Festival (Florida), 2010, and prize winner at the Stella Artois St. Louis Filmmakers Showcase, 2010. Official Selection at more than twenty festivals, with screenings in the US, Australia, Bosnia and Hercegovina, France, Poland, Denmark, Italy, Mexico, and Latvia among other places. Selected for inclusion in the permanent collection of The Casoria Contemporary Art Museum in Naples, Italy.

1. Matchbook Morning (2005) 

Written and Directed by Brandon Tweed. Waschka, actor. Waschka played a lead role, "The Author".  Narrative Feature Film, 121 minutes. Premiere: Raleigh, NC, Spring, 2005. Official Selection and a prize winner at the Script-2-Screen Film Festival, October, 2005.

(IMDB Page is here.)