Emory Isaac Cohen (born March 13, 1990) is an American actor. He made his feature film debut in Afterschool (2008). He is best known for his roles as AJ Cross in Derek Cianfrance's film The Place Beyond the Pines (2012), Tony Fiorello in John Crowley's film Brooklyn (2015) and Homer in the Netflix series The OA (2016).
Jenn has washed ashore a small tropical island and it doesn’t take her long to realize she’s completely alone. She must spend her days not only surviving the elements, but must also fend off the malevolent force that comes out each night.
Runtime: 82 min.
Directed by: J.D. Dillard
Once a known counterculture figure, June E. Leigh now lives in self-imposed exile in her South Bronx apartment during the incendiary '77 Summer of Sam. When an unseen tormentor begins exploiting June's weaknesses, her insular universe begins to unravel.
Runtime: 99 min.
Directed by: Alistair Banks Griffin
A newly-released prison gangster is forced by the leaders of his gang to orchestrate a major crime with a brutal rival gang on the streets of Southern California.
Runtime: 121 min.
Directed by: Ric Roman Waugh
As: Willy Dunne
A rock star general bent on winning the “impossible” war in Afghanistan takes us inside the complex machinery of modern war. Inspired by the true story of General Stanley McChrystal.
Runtime: 122 min.
Directed by: David Michôd
A teen winds up in over his head while dealing drugs with a rebellious partner and chasing the young man's enigmatic sister during the summer of 1991 that he spends in Cape Cod, Massachusetts.
Runtime: 107 min.
Directed by: Elijah Bynum
As: JC Stewart
A small town loner and a rebellious punk rocker unexpectedly fall in love as they are forced on the run and soon discover violence follows them everywhere.
Runtime: 102 min.
Directed by: Gary Michael Schultz
Literature professor Jim Bennett leads a secret life as a high-stakes gambler. Always a risk-taker, Bennett bets it all when he borrows from a gangster and offers his own life as collateral. Staying one step ahead, he pits his creditor against the operator of an illicit gambling ring while garnering the attention of Frank, a paternalistic loan shark. As his relationship with a student deepens, Bennett must ...
Runtime: 111 min.
Directed by: Rupert Wyatt
Adapted from a stage play by Christopher Shinn, the debut feature from Joshua Sanchez is a provocative rumination on race and sexuality set on a sweltering 4th of July evening.
Runtime: 75 min.
Directed by: Joshua Sanchez
As: AJ Cross
A motorcycle stunt rider considers committing a crime in order to provide for his wife and child, an act that puts him on a collision course with a cop-turned-politician.
Runtime: 140 min.
Directed by: Derek Cianfrance
As: Danny Strout
A young and inexperienced priest encourages a family to declare their long-missing son dead, but once they do, the boy mysteriously returns, testing the priest's commitment to church doctrine over the laws of the natural world.
Runtime: 86 min.
Directed by: Andrew Brotzman
As: Prom Date (segment "Brett Ratner")
New York, I Love You delves into the intimate lives of New Yorkers as they grapple with, delight in and search for love. Journey from the Diamond District in the heart of Manhattan, through Chinatown and the Upper East Side, towards the Village, into Tribeca, and Brooklyn as lovers of all ages try to find romance in the Big Apple.
Runtime: 103 min.
A prep-school student accidentally films the drug-related deaths of two classmates, then is asked to put together a memorial video.
Runtime: 107 min.
Directed by: Antonio Campos
As: Dylan Dougherty
Facing the possibility of prison - and in search of an idealized freedom - 3 siblings take matters in to their own hands with a cross country crime spree of epic proportions.
Directed by: Sean McEwen
After a chance encounter with a man forgotten from his youth, Fred literally and metaphorically journeys into his past. He slowly begins to unravel a long-hidden mystery about a missing girl, a drug called Mercury, and a terrifying creature that has now followed him into adulthood.
Directed by: Christopher MacBride