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IFC Films is an American film production and distribution company based in New York City. It is an offshoot of IFC owned by AMC Networks. It distributes mainly independent films under its own name, select foreign films and documentaries under its Sundance Selects label and genre films under its IFC Midnight label. It operates the IFC Center.

IFC Films
Subsidiary
IndustryMotion pictures
Founded1999
Headquarters,
United States
ParentAMC Networks
DivisionsSundance Selects
IFC Midnight
Websitewww.ifcfilms.com

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HistoryEdit

IFC has several ventures in video on demand (VOD), available through cable television pay-per-view, Apple iTunes, and formerly Blockbuster's Movielink.[1] In 2002, IFC Films struck a deal with MGM Home Entertainment to release its theatrical films to home video.[2]

In 2006, IFC launched IFC First Take combining a limited theatrical release with video on demand being available the same day, the films included would be shown at IFC owned IFC Center, as well as other theaters, Landmark Theatres were the first outside theaters announced.[3] That same year, In 2006, IFC Films began distributing some films to Apple iTunes. The first batch were thirteen films with nominations in the Film Independent Spirit Awards.[4] In a March 2008 panel discussion, IFC Film's Arianna Bocco stated that all its films would be released through First Take.[5][unreliable source?] That same year, IFC launched IFC Festival Direct, a platform for video on demand distribution, for films that aren't slated for a theatrical release in the United States, the idea of Festival Direct was to remove the term direct-to-video.[6] in 2010, it was announced that IFC Films would be launching a division titled IFC Midnight, the division would focus on releasing horror, sci-fi, thrillers, erotic arthouse, and action.[7]

On May 27, 2010, IFC Films struck another home video distribution deal with Paramount Home Media Distribution.[8]

In February 2015, Shout! Factory's Scream Factory made a deal with IFC Films to release their titles on their IFC Midnight label. This included the Blu-ray and DVD releases of The Babadook and Backcountry, among others.[9]

ReleasesEdit

IFC Films' first release was a drama in 1999, Spring Forward, directed by Tom Gilroy. Over 600 releases have followed, including:

2000sEdit

Movie Release Date Director
Spring Forward December 8, 2000 Tom Gilroy
Keep the River on Your Right: A Modern Cannibal Tale March 30, 2001 David and Laurie Gwen Shapiro
The King Is Alive May 11, 2001 Kristian Levring
Our Song May 23, 2001 Jim McKay
Jump Tomorrow July 6, 2001 Joel Hopkins
Thomas in Love August 3, 2001 Pierre-Paul Renders
Happy Accidents August 24, 2001 Brad Anderson
Together Lukas Moodysson
Go Tigers! September 21, 2001 Kenneth A. Carlson
The Business of Strangers December 7, 2001 Patrick Stettner
Big Bad Love February 22, 2002 Arliss Howard
Y Tu Mamá También March 15, 2002 Alfonso Cuarón
Return of the Secaucus 7 (restoration) April 12, 2002 John Sayles
My Big Fat Greek Wedding April 19, 2002 Joel Zwick
Gangster No. 1 June 14, 2002 Paul McGuigan
The Château August 9, 2002 Jesse Peretz
Ash Wednesday October 11, 2002 Edward Burns
Lost in La Mancha January 31, 2003 Keith Fulton and Louis Pepe
The Safety of Objects March 7, 2003 Rose Troche
The Brother from Another Planet (restoration) March 8, 2003 John Sayles
XX/XY April 11, 2003 Austin Chick
A Decade Under the Influence April 25, 2003 Ted Demme and Richard LaGravenese
Manic Jordan Melamed
Camp July 25, 2003 Todd Graff
Casa de los Babys September 19, 2003 John Sayles
Girls Will Be Girls October 10, 2003 Richard Day
Touching the Void January 23, 2004 Kevin Macdonald
Kitchen Stories February 20, 2004 Bent Hamer
Intermission March 19, 2004 John Crowley
This So-Called Disaster: Sam Shepard Directs the Last Henry Moss April 21, 2004 Michael Almereyda
The Saddest Music in the World April 30, 2004 Guy Maddin
Frankie and Johnny Are Married May 28, 2004 Michael Pressman
Fahrenheit 9/11 June 23, 2004 Michael Moore
The Intended June 25, 2004 Kristian Levring
Some Kind of Monster July 9, 2004 Joe Berlinger and Bruce Sinofsky
When Will I Be Loved September 10, 2004 James Toback
Sex Is Comedy October 20, 2004 Catherine Breillat
Nobody Knows February 4, 2005 Hirokazu Koreeda
Turtles Can Fly February 18, 2005 Bahman Ghobadi
The Ballad of Jack and Rose March 8, 2005 Rebecca Miller
Dust to Glory April 1, 2005 Dana Brown
Land of Plenty April 19, 2005 Wim Wenders
The Game of Their Lives April 22, 2005 David Anspaugh
Brothers May 6, 2005 Susanne Bier
Me and You and Everyone We Know June 17, 2005 Miranda July
The Edukators July 22, 2005 Hans Weingartner
November Greg Harrison
The Baxter August 26, 2005 Michael Showalter
Novo September 21, 2005 Jean-Pierre Limosin
C.S.A.: The Confederate States of America October 7, 2005 Kevin Willmott
Duane Hopwood November 11, 2005 Matt Mulhern
Gilles' Wife November 16, 2005 Frédéric Fonteyne
Transamerica December 2, 2005 Duncan Tucker
Happy Here and Now December 16, 2005 Michael Almereyda
Kill the Poor January 6, 2006 Alan Taylor
Pizza January 20, 2006 Mark Christopher
Manderlay January 27, 2006 Lars von Trier
Sorry, Haters March 1, 2006 Jeff Stanzler
American Gun March 22, 2006 Aric Avelino
Lonesome Jim March 24, 2006 Steve Buscemi
Drawing Restraint 9 March 29, 2006 Matthew Barney
I Am a Sex Addict April 5, 2006 Caveh Zahedi
Three Times April 26, 2006 Hou Hsiao-hsien
Russian Dolls May 10, 2006 Cédric Klapisch
12 and Holding May 19, 2006 Michael Cuesta
Coastlines May 31, 2006 Víctor Núñez
Mary June 9, 2006 Abel Ferrara
Wordplay June 16, 2006 Patrick Creadon
Rank June 28, 2006 John Hyams
Gabrielle July 14, 2006 Patrice Chéreau
Darshan: The Embrace July 26, 2006 Jan Kounen
Brothers of the Head July 28, 2006 Keith Fulton and Louis Pepe
The Trouble with Men and Women August 9, 2006 Tony Fisher
Factotum August 18, 2006 Bent Hamer
Princesas August 23, 2006 Fernando León de Aranoa
This Film Is Not Yet Rated September 1, 2006 Kirby Dick
Saint of 9/11 September 6, 2006 Glenn Holsten
Sherrybaby September 8, 2006 Laurie Collyer
Sólo con Tu Pareja (re-release) September 20, 2006 Alfonso Cuarón
...So Goes the Nation October 4, 2006 Adam Del Deo and James D. Stern
Requiem October 18, 2006 Hans-Christian Schmid
Unknown November 3, 2006 Simón Brand
The Aura November 15, 2006 Fabián Bielinsky
Family Law December 6, 2006 Daniel Burman
Matthew Barney: No Restraint December 20, 2006 Alison Chernick
Alone with Her January 17, 2007 Eric Nicholas
An Unreasonable Man January 31, 2007 Henriette Mantel and Steve Skrovan
Close to Home February 14, 2007 Vidi Bilu and Dalia Hager
Days of Glory February 16, 2007 Rachid Bouchareb
Wild Tigers I Have Known February 28, 2007 Cam Archer
The Exterminating Angels March 7, 2007 Jean-Claude Brisseau
Believe in Me March 9, 2007 Robert Collector
Beyond the Gates Michael Caton-Jones
The Wind That Shakes the Barley March 16, 2007 Ken Loach
After the Wedding March 30, 2007 Susanne Bier
Private Fears in Public Places April 13, 2007 Alain Resnais
Snow Cake April 27, 2007 Marc Evans
Day Night Day Night May 9, 2007 Julia Loktev
The Boss of It All May 23, 2007 Lars von Trier
Pierrepoint June 1, 2007 Adrian Shergold
Black Sheep June 22, 2007 Jonathan King
Drama/Mex July 11, 2007 Gerardo Naranjo
You Kill Me July 13, 2007 John Dahl
This Is England July 27, 2007 Shane Meadows
My Best Friend August 3, 2007 Patrice Leconte
Dans Paris August 8, 2007 Christophe Honoré
Hannah Takes the Stairs August 22, 2007 Joe Swanberg
Deep Water August 24, 2007 Louise Osmond and Jerry Rothwell
In a Day Evan Richards
I Want Someone to Eat Cheese With September 5, 2007 Jeff Garlin
The Last Winter September 19, 2007 Larry Fessenden
Finishing the Game October 5, 2007 Justin Lin
Out of the Blue October 19, 2007 Robert Sarkies
Joe Strummer: The Future Is Unwritten November 2, 2007 Julien Temple
Chronicle of an Escape November 28, 2007 Adrián Caetano
Flakes December 19, 2007 Michael Lehmann
4 Months, 3 Weeks and 2 Days December 21, 2007 Cristian Mungiu
The Killing of John Lennon January 2, 2008 Andrew Piddington
4 Months, 3 Weeks and 2 Days January 25, 2008
How to Rob a Bank February 6, 2008 Andrews Jenkins
The Duchess of Langeais February 22, 2008
Jar City February 29, 2008 Baltasar Kormákur
It's a Free World... Ken Loach
Puffball Nicolas Roeg
Beautiful Ohio Chad Lowe
Good Time Max James Franco
Paranoid Park March 7, 2008 Gus Van Sant
Love Songs March 21, 2008 Christophe Honoré
Flight of the Red Balloon April 4, 2008 Hou Hsiao-hsien
Anamorph (film)
Mister Lonely April 30, 2008 Harmony Korine
Sangre de Mi Sangre
Savage Grace May 28, 2008 Tom Kalin
My Winnipeg June 13, 2008 Guy Maddin
The Last Mistress June 27, 2008 Catherine Breillat
Diminished Capacity July 4, 2008 Terry Kinney
Mad Detective July 18, 2008 Johnnie To and Wai Ka-fai
In Search of a Midnight Kiss August 1, 2008 Alex Holdridge
A Girl Cut in Two August 15, 2008 Claude Chabrol
Ping Pong Playa September 5, 2008
Elite Squad September 19, 2008
The Pleasure of Being Robbed October 3, 2008
Nights and Weekends October 10, 2008
Filth and Wisdom October 17, 2008
Fear(s) of the Dark October 22, 2008
A Christmas Tale November 14, 2008
Hunger (2008 film) December 5, 2008
Che December 12, 2008 Steven Soderbergh
Where God Left His Shoes
Gomorrah December 19, 2008 Matteo Garrone
The Secret of the Grain December 24, 2008
Zift March 11, 2009 Javor Gardev
Pontypool May 29, 2009 Bruce McDonald
Dead Snow June 19, 2009 Tommy Wirkola
The Disappeared July 8, 2009 Johnny Kevorkian
Flame & Citron July 31, 2009 Ole Christian Madsen
I Sell the Dead August 7, 2009 Glenn McQuaid
The Wild Man of the Navidad August 11, 2009 Duane Graves and Justin Meeks
The Undeserved August 12, 2009 Brad Coley
Afterschool October 2, 2009 António Campos
Antichrist October 21, 2009 Lars von Trier
I'll Come Running November 4, 2009 Spencer Parsons
The Necessities of Life November 11, 2009 Benoît Pilon
Return to Rajapur November 25, 2009 Nanda Anand
Made for Each Other December 2, 2009 Daryl Goldberg
Home Movie December 8, 2009 Christopher Denham
  • Strangers (2007) — by Guy Nattiv and Erez Tadmor

2010sEdit

Movie Release Date Director
Fish Tank January 15, 2010 Andrea Arnold
Mutants February 10, 2010 David Morlet
Vincere March 19, 2010 Marco Bellocchio
The Human Centipede (First Sequence) April 28, 2010 Tom Six
The Possession of David O'Reilly May 5, 2010 Andrew Cull and Steve Isles
Looking for Eric May 14, 2010 Ken Loach
Joan Rivers: A Piece of Work June 11, 2010 Ricki Stern and Anne Sundberg
The Killer Inside Me June 18, 2010 Michael Winterbottom
Life During Wartime July 23, 2010 Todd Solondz
Shoah (re-release) December 10, 2010 Claude Lanzmann
The Time That Remains January 7, 2011 Elia Suleiman
The Housemaid January 21, 2011 Im Sang-soo
These Amazing Shadows January 22, 2011
Kaboom January 28, 2011 Gregg Araki
The Other Woman February 4, 2011 Don Roos
Cold Weather Aaron Katz
We Are What We Are February 18, 2011 Jorge Michel Grau
Heartbeats February 25, 2011 Xavier Dolan
Certified Copy March 11, 2011 Abbas Kiarostami
Cracks March 18, 2011 Jordan Scott
Peep World March 25, 2011 Barry W. Blaustein
Super April 1, 2011 James Gunn
Wrecked Michael Greenspan
They're Out of the Business April 6, 2011 Eric Schaeffer and Donal Lardner Ward
The Princess of Montpensier April 15, 2011 Bertrand Tavernier
The Imperialists Are Still Alive! Zeina Durra
Stake Land April 22, 2011 Jim Mickle
Cave of Forgotten Dreams April 29, 2011 Werner Herzog
An Invisible Sign May 6, 2011 Marilyn Agrelo
L'Amour Fou May 13, 2011 Pierre Thoretton
Puzzle May 27, 2011 Natalia Smirnoff
Love, Wedding, Marriage June 3, 2011 Dermot Mulroney
The Trip June 10, 2011 Michael Winterbottom
Kidnapped June 15, 2011 Miguel Ángel Vivas
Buck June 17, 2011 Cindy Meehl
Septien July 8, 2011 Michael Tully
The Ledge Matthew Chapman
Salvation Boulevard July 15, 2011 George Ratliff
Tabloid Errol Morris
The Shrine Jon Knautz
The Myth of the American Sleepover July 22, 2011 David Robert Mitchell
Autoerotic Joe Swanberg and Adam Wingard
Dead Hooker in a Trunk August 5, 2011 Jen and Sylvia Soska
A Spanking in Paradise August 10, 2011 Wayne Thallon
Flypaper August 19, 2011 Rob Minkoff
Tales from the Golden Age August 26, 2011
Brighton Rock Rowan Joffé
Love Crime September 2, 2011 Alain Corneau
Burke & Hare September 9, 2011 John Landis
The Black Power Mixtape 1967–1975 Göran Olsson
Undocumented Chris Peckover
Weekend September 23, 2011 Andrew Haigh
The Human Centipede 2 (Full Sequence) October 7, 2011 Tom Six
Chalet Girl October 14, 2011 Phil Traill
The Catechism Cataclysm October 19, 2011 Todd Rohal
Sidewalls October 26, 2011 Gustavo Taretto
London Boulevard November 11, 2011 William Monahan
Into the Abyss Werner Herzog
House of Pleasures November 25, 2011 Bertrand Bonello
Sleeping Beauty December 2, 2011 Julia Leigh
My Piece of the Pie December 9, 2011 Cédric Klapisch
Pina December 23, 2011 Wim Wenders
Loosies January 11, 2012
Declaration of War January 27, 2012
Kill List February 3, 2012
Perfect Sense
Forgiveness of Blood February 24, 2012
Last Days Here March 2, 2012
The Snowtown Murders
The Decoy Bride March 9, 2012
Kid with a Bike March 16, 2012
Brake March 21, 2012
4:44 Last Day on Earth March 23, 2012
ATM April 6, 2012
We Have a Pope
Goodbye First Love April 20, 2012
The Moth Diaries
Penumbra
Citizen Gangster April 27, 2012
Area 407
First Position May 4, 2012
Asylum Blackout
The Samartian May 18, 2012
Polisse
Entrance
Sexual Chronicles of a French Family June 1, 2012
Peace, Love & Misunderstanding June 8, 2012
Your Sister's Sister June 15, 2012
The Tortured
A Burning Hot Summer June 29, 2012
The Pact July 6, 2012
Trishna July 13, 2012
Ai Weiwei: Never Sorry July 27, 2012
Rites of Spring
Burning Man Augsut 3, 2012
Why Stop Now August 17, 2012
Beloved August 17, 2012
Sleepwalk with Me August 24, 2012
Liberal Arts September 14, 2012
How to Survive a Plague September 21, 2012
About Cherry September 21, 2012
The Flat October 19, 2012
The Loneliest Planet October 26, 2012
In Their Skin November 9, 2012
Price Check November 16, 2012
The Central Park Five November 23, 2012
Young and Wild Novmber 30, 2012
Walk Away Renee
Cheerful Weather for the Wedding December 7, 2012
Save the Date December 14, 2012
On the Road December 21, 2012
The Jeffrey Dahmer Files February 15, 2013 Chris James Thompson
Welcome to the Punch March 27, 2013 Eran Creevy
The Angels' Share April 12, 2013 Ken Loach
Errors of the Human Body April 19, 2013 Eron Sheean
The Reluctant Fundamentalist April 26, 2013 Mira Nair
Frances Ha May 9, 2013 Noah Baumbach
Sightseers May 10, 2013 Ben Wheatley
Maniac June 21, 2013 Franck Khalfoun
The Look of Love July 5, 2013 Michael Winterbottom
Crystal Fairy & the Magical Cactus July 12, 2013 Sebastián Silva
Dealin' with Idiots Jeff Garlin
Grabbers July 19, 2013 Jon Wright
Breaking the Girls July 26, 2013 Jamie Babbit
The Canyons July 29, 2013 Paul Schrader
Ain't Them Bodies Saints August 16, 2013 David Lowery
Blue Is the Warmest Colour October 25, 2013 Abdellatif Kechiche
Contracted November 22, 2013 Eric England
The Best Offer January 1, 2014 Giuseppe Tornatore
Adult World February 14, 2014 Scott Coffey
Jimmy P: Psychotherapy of a Plains Indian Arnaud Desplechin
Elaine Stritch: Shoot Me February 21, 2014 Chiemi Karasawa
Almost Human February 26, 2014 Joe Begos
The Face of Love March 7, 2014 Arie Posin
Finding Vivian Maier March 28, 2014 John Maloof and Charlie Siskel
God's Pocket May 9, 2014 John Slattery
Boyhood July 7, 2014 Richard Linklater
At the Devil's Door August 8, 2014 Nicholas McCarthy
Camp X-Ray October 17, 2014 Peter Sattler
Magical Universe October 31, 2014 Jeremy Workman
The Babadook November 28, 2014 Jennifer Kent
Before I Disappear Shawn Christensen
Wild Canaries February 25, 2015 Lawrence Michael Levine
Seymour: An Introduction March 13, 2015 Ethan Hawke
Backcountry March 20, 2015 Adam MacDonald
Born to Be Blue March 25, 2015 Robert Budreau
The Riot Club March 27, 2015 Lone Scherfig
5 to 7 April 3, 2015 Victor Levin
Clouds of Sils Maria April 10, 2015 Olivier Assayas
Closer to the Moon April 17, 2015 Nae Caranfil
The D Train May 8, 2015 Jarrad Paul
Good Kill May 15, 2015 Andrew Niccol
The Human Centipede 3 (Final Sequence) May 22, 2015 Tom Six
Manglehorn June 19, 2015 David Gordon Green
The Stanford Prison Experiment July 17, 2015 Kyle Patrick Alvarez
Contracted: Phase II September 4, 2015 Josh Forbes
Bare October 30, 2015 Natalia Leite
Horror November 20, 2015 Tara Subkoff
Every Thing Will Be Fine December 4, 2015 Wim Wenders
45 Years December 23, 2015 Andrew Haigh
The Abandoned January 8, 2016 Eytan Rockaway
Cabin Fever February 12, 2016 Travis Z
Road Games (Fausse Route) March 4, 2016 Abner Pastoll
Last Night at the Alamo (restoration) March 16, 2016 Eagle Pennell
Tale of Tales April 22, 2016 Matteo Garrone
The Man Who Knew Infinity April 29, 2016 Matthew Brown
Len and Company June 10, 2016 Tim Godsall
Wiener-Dog June 24, 2016 Todd Solondz
Carnage Park July 1, 2016 Mickey Keating
Let's Be Evil August 5, 2016 Martin Owen
Complete Unknown August 26, 2016 Joshua Marston
Antibirth September 2, 2016 Danny Perez
London Town October 6, 2016 Derrick Borte
Certain Women October 14, 2016 Kelly Reichardt
King Cobra October 21, 2016 Justin Kelly
Asthma November 24, 2016 Jake Hoffman
Things to Come December 2, 2016 Mia Hansen-Løve
The Autopsy of Jane Doe December 21, 2016 André Øvredal
Between Us January 6, 2017
Alone in Berlin January 13, 2017
The Axe Murders of Villisca January 20, 2017
Don't Knock Twice February 3, 2017
Sex Doll February 10, 2017
American Fable February 17, 2017
Kiki February 24, 2017
Wolves March 3, 2017
Personal Shopper March 10, 2017
The Devil's Candy March 17, 2017
House on Willow Street March 24, 2017
Queen of the Desert April 7, 2017
Graduation
Citizen Jane: Battle for the City April 21, 2017
A Dark Song April 28, 2017
Chuck May 5, 2017
The Survivalist May 19, 2017
Wakefield May 26, 2017
Band Aid June 2, 2017
I, Daniel Blake
The Journey June 16, 2017
Darkness Rising June 30, 2017
City of Ghosts July 7, 2017
Killing Ground July 21, 2017
From the Land of the Moon July 28, 2017
68 Kill August 4, 2017
The Trip to Spain August 11, 2017
Crown Heights August 18, 2017
Viceroy's House September 1, 2017
Rebel in the Rye September 8, 2017
The Unknown Girl
Welcome to Willits September 22, 2017
Take Every Wave: The Life of Laird Hamilton
Walking Out October 6, 2017
78/52 October 13, 2017
Dealt October 20, 2017
Frank Serpico November 1, 2017
I Remember You November 10, 2017
Sweet Virgina November 17, 2013
The Tribes of Palos Verdes December 1, 2017
Kaleidoscope December 8, 2017
Desolation December 15, 2017
Killing for Love
Devil's Gate January 5, 2018
Freak Show January 12, 2018
The Midnight Man January 19, 2018
A Ciambra January 26, 2018
The Cage Fighter February 2, 2018
The Female Brain February 9, 2018
The Housemaid February 16, 2018
The Cured February 23, 2018
Midnighters March 2, 2018
The Death Stalin March 9, 2018
Furlough March 16, 2018
Pyewacket March 23, 2018
Love After Love March 30, 2018
Lowlife April 6, 2018
Wildling April 13, 2018
Ghost Stories April 20, 2018
Let the Sunshine In April 27, 2018
The 12th Man May 4, 2018
The Escape May 11, 2018
That Summer May 18, 2018
Mary Shelly May 25, 2018
Feral
A Kid Like Jake June 1, 2018
Eating Animals June 15, 2018
The Catcher Was a Spy June 22, 2018
The Devil's Doorway July 13, 2018
Far From The Tree July 20, 2018
Our House July 27, 2018
Elizabeth Harvest August 10, 2018
Blaze August 17, 2018
What Keeps You Alive August 24, 2018
Pick of the Litter
Tea with the Dames September 21, 2018
Black '47 September 28, 2018
Wildlife October 19, 2018
Don't Go October 26, 2018
Welcome To Mercy November 2, 2018
The Clovekitch Killer November 16, 2018
DriverX November 30, 2018
Swimming with Men December 7, 2018
The House That Jack Built December 14, 2018

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

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