When the son of Civil Rights Hero, Joan Trumpauer Mulholland, dives into the 400 year history of institutional racism in America he is confronted with the shocking reality that his family helped start it all from the very beginning. A comprehensive and insightful exploration of the origins and history of racism in America told through a very personal and honest story.
On a trip to the beach, a teenage girl named Tobe (Evan Rachel Wood) meets a charismatic stranger named Harlan (Edward Norton), who dresses like a cowboy and claims to be a former ranch hand. The pair feel an instant attraction and begin a relationship, but her father (David Morse), a lawman, is suspicious of her lover.
Set in early 1900s Vienna, illusionist extraordinaire Eisenheim (Edward Norton, "American History X") falls for an aristocrat (Jessica Biel, "Total Recall") well above his social standing. The master magician employs his powers to win her love and his daring scheme creates tumult within the monarchy and ignites the suspicion of Chief Inspector Uhl (Paul Giamatti, "Sideways").
"Leaves of Grass" is a comic thriller seen through the dual perspectives of identical twins Bill and Brady Kincaid (two-time Academy Award-nominee Edward Norton, "American History X"), which weaves together such disparate narrative elements as Ivy League politics, backwoods drug deals, classical philosophy and the Jewish community of Tulsa, Oklahoma.
Richard Gere, Susan Sarandon, Tim Roth and Brit Marling star in this critically-praised thriller of high finance, cutthroat family rivalry and coverups. A hedge-fund heavyweight is in deep trouble, and even betraying those he loves may not be enough.
When safecracker Nick (Robert De Niro) decides it's time to settle down with his girlfriend Diane (Angela Bassett), his friend and partner Max (Marlon Brando) asks Nick to pull one last heist: help novice thief Jack Teller (Edward Norton) steal a scepter worth $30 million. But what starts out as a safe bet turns into a high risk gamble when a clash of egos threatens to bring them all down.
World premiere at the 2018 Boston Film Festival, Winner Best Director at the 2018 UK Film Review Awards and Best Short Film at the 2019 Method Fest, as well as Indie Shorts Mag's Editor's Pick - "The Best Of All, From 2018!". The Critic offers a glimpse into the darker side of fame, as a starry-eyed actress, fresh off a major win embarks on an interview that proves to be a lot more than just that.