For Warner Bros., Norman Twain created the idea, developed the script, and produced Lean on Me, starring Morgan Freeman as Joe Clark, the principal of Eastside High School in Paterson, New Jersey. Lean on Me, written by Michael Schiffer, was directed by John Avildsen and won the NAACP Image Award for Best Feature Film of the year.
Twain created the idea, developed the script and was the Executive Producer of the HBO film Boycott, based on a book by Dr. Stewart Burns, directed by Clark Johnson, with Jeffrey Wright, Carmen Ejogo and Terrence Howard, and dramatizing the 1955 Montgomery, Alabama, Bus Boycott. Boycott was nominated as Best Television Film of the Year by the American Film Institute and won the NAACP Image Award for Best Television Film of the Year and the Peabody Award.
Norman Twain, Lou Pitt and Sarah Jessica Parker produced the film Spinning Into Butter, based on Rebecca Gilman’s award-winning play of the same name. The film stars Sarah Jessica Parker, Beau Bridges, Mykelti Williamson and Miranda Richardson and was directed by Mark Brokaw. The film was given its world premiere at the Montreal Film Festival on August 31, 2007.
Partnered with Jamie Gordon and Courtney Potts, Twain produced Scar, the first 3D action horror film in 26 years. Written by Zack Ford, the film was directed by Jed Weintrob and stars Angela Bettis and Christopher Titus.