Neon Genesis Evangelion: The original anime series, which ran over a course of 26 episodes from October 1995 to March 1996.
Evangelion: Death and Rebirth: Feature-length film released in March 1997. Consists of the titular two parts:
"Death", which is essentially a Clip Show using material from episode 1-24 with some entire new scenes added in (some of these scenes were later included in the "Director's Cut"/"New Production Cut" version of the anime).
"Rebirth", which consists of the first 25 minutes of The End of Evangelion.
The End of Evangelion: Feature-length film released in July 1997. Consists of alternative versions of the anime's episodes 25 and 26. Werther it is meant to replace or complement the original ending remains a hotly debated issue in the fandom.
Rebuild of Evangelion, a retelling consisting of four new animated movies which is currently in production. The first film was released in Japanese cinemas in September 2007, and as of the second film, Rebuild has become a full-blown Alternate Continuity. Although it is by no means Lighter and Softer, character angst/personality issues aren't quite as extensive, and some arrows point to an actual upbeat ending instead of the grim yet Bittersweet Ending of The End of Evangelion.
invoked The manga version, written and drawn by character designer Yoshiyuki Sadamoto, which tells the same story as the anime (albeit with a number of changes) and is a glaring modern example of Schedule Slip. It finally finished its run in June 2013, after starting out as promotion material for the upcoming anime back in December 1994.
Neon Genesis Evangelion ANIMA, a Light Novel series set in 2018 in an alternate continuity where Third Impact never happened. It's been described as if Anno made Evangelion like a Gundam show. It contains (among other things) Evas duking it out in space, three Reis (again), and Fanservice. Available here and here (untranslated, unfortunately, despite the efforts of the Translation project).
Neon Genesis Evangelion: Girlfriend of Steel (also known as Iron Maiden), a Visual Novel in the style of an episode. This adaptation introduced Canon Foreigner Mana Kirishima, who went on to reappear some years later in Shinji Ikari Raising Project.