Samuel Goldwyn Films
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Samuel Goldwyn Films is an American film company that licenses, releases and distributes art-house, independent and foreign films. It was founded by Samuel Goldwyn Jr., the son of the Hollywood business magnate/mogul, Samuel Goldwyn. The current incarnation is a successor to The Samuel Goldwyn Company.
|Predecessor||The Samuel Goldwyn Company|
|Founder||Samuel Goldwyn Jr.|
|Headquarters||Culver City, California, United States|
|Peter Goldwyn, President|
After The Samuel Goldwyn Company was acquired by Orion Pictures Corporation in 1996 and by MGM in 1997, Samuel Goldwyn Jr. founded Samuel Goldwyn Films as an independent production/distribution studio. Until his passing, the younger Goldwyn owned sole rights to the use of the name and signature logo as part of the settlement of his 1999 lawsuit against MGM, which changed its Goldwyn subsidiary's name to G2 Films. Goldwyn previously operated IDP Distribution, which distributed films for Fireworks Films, Stratosphere Entertainment, and Roadside Attractions.
This is a list of films distributed and/or produced by Samuel Goldwyn Films.
|1998||Lolita||co-production with Pathé|
|Splendor||co-production with Summit Entertainment and Newmarket Capital Group|
|Shiri||co-distribution with Destination Films|
|2010||Mao's Last Dancer||co-production with Great Scott Productions Pty. Ltd.|
|Harry Brown||US distribution; co-production with Marv Partners, UK Film Council, HanWay Films, Prescience and Framestore Features|
|The Dead Sea|
|Legendary||co-production with WWE Studios|
|Knucklehead||co-production with WWE Studios|
|Welcome to the Rileys|
|2011||The Whistleblower||co-production with Voltage Pictures|
|The Chaperone||co-production with WWE Studios|
|That's What I Am||co-production with WWE Studios|
|There Be Dragons|
|The Reunion||co-production with WWE Studios|
|The Island President||co-production with Actual Films|
|Assassination Games||co-production with MediaPro Studios and Rodin Entertainment|
|Inside Out||co-production with WWE Studios|
|A Good Old Fashioned Orgy||co-production with Endgame Entertainment|
|2012||Detention||US theatrical only; co-production with Detention Films and Sony Pictures Worldwide Acquisitions|
|October Baby||co-production with American Family Studios, Provident Films and Gravitas Ventures|
|Cowgirls 'n Angels||co-production with Sense and Sensibility Ventures and Silver Nitrate|
|The First Time||co-production with Destination Films and Jerimaca Films|
|Robot & Frank||co-production with Stage 6 Films, Park Pictures, White Hat Entertainment and Dog Run Pictures|
|2013||Home Run||co-production with Provident Films|
|Goodbye World||co-production with Stage 6 Films, Gather Films and Picturesque Films|
|The Secret Life of Walter Mitty||co-production with 20th Century Fox, New Line Cinema, Red Hour Productions and TSG Entertainment|
|2014||The Last of Robin Hood||co-production with Big Indie Pictures and Killer Films|
|Better Living Through Chemistry||co-production with Occupant Entertainment|
|Ivory Tower||co-production with Paramount Pictures, Participant Media and CNN Films|
|That Sugar Film||produced by Madman Entertainment|
|Saving Christmas||co-production with Camfam Studios, Liberty University, Provident Films and XDX2; Winner of the Golden Raspberry Award for Worst Picture|
|2015||Faith of Our Fathers||co-production with Pure Flix Entertainment|
|X+Y||co-production with Koch Media, Origin Pictures and Minnow Films|
|Yakuza Apocalypse||co-production with Django Film, Gambit, Happinet and OLM, Inc.|
|Franny||co -production with Audax Films, Big Shoes Media, Magnolia Entertainment, Soaring Flight Productions, TideRock Media and Treehouse Pictures|
|Lila & Eve||co-production with A+E Studios, ChickFlick Productions, JuVee Productions and Lifetime Films|
|90 Minutes in Heaven||co-production with Emmett/Furla Films, Family Christian Entertainment and Giving Films|
|No Men Beyond This Point|
|Barista||Produced by Filmic Entertainment|
|SOMM: Into the Bottle|
|Coming Through the Rye||co-production with Eammon Films, Red Hat Films and River Bend Pictures|
|2016||Hyena Road||U.S. distribution; produced by Thump Entertainment, Skybound Entertainment and Digger Productions|
|The Benefactor||co-production with Audax Films, Big Shoes Media, Magnolia Entertainment, Soaring Flight Productions, TideRock Media and Treehouse Pictures|
|Brother Nature||produced by Broadway Video and Insurge Pictures|
|Altamira||co-distribution with Eagle Films|
|Pet||co-distribution with Orion Pictures; co-production with Magic Lantern and Revolver Picture Company|
|Transpecos||co-production with 8750 Films and Marfa Peach Company|
|Who Gets the Dog?||co-production with Epic Pictures Group|
|Nerdland||produced by AKW Worldwide, Pariah and Titmouse, Inc.|
|2017||Youth in Oregon||co-distribution with Orion Pictures; co-production with Sundial Pictures and Campfire|
|100 Streets||co-production with CrossDay Productions Ltd., Green Door Pictures, Kreo Films FZ, West Fiction Films and What's the Story|
|Lavender||co-production with South Creek Pictures and 3 Legged Dog Films|
|Maya Dardel||co-production with The Winter Film Company, Greyshack Films and Message Film; co-distribution with Samuel Goldwyn Films|
|Past Life||co-production with Orion Pictures|
|The Price||co-distribution with Orion Pictures|
|Little Pink House|
|Wait for Your Laugh|
|Night Comes On|
|Hope Springs Eternal|
|A Boy. A Girl. A Dream|
|Queen of Spades|
|A Boy. A Girl. A Dream|
|Daniel Isn't Real|
- ^ Warner Bros. through New Line Cinema is handling the production for The Secret Life of Walter Mitty with Samuel Goldwyn Films and Red Hour Films, while 20th Century Fox will release the film.
- ^ Samuel Goldwyn Films handled the US theatrical release of Detention, while Sony Pictures Worldwide Acquisitions handled the worldwide release and the US DVD and Blu-ray release.
- Mike Goodridge (April 24, 2000). "Michael Silberman to run new US distributor IDP". Screen Daily. Retrieved May 18, 2019.
- "Roadside, Goldwyn split up". The Hollywood Reporter. Retrieved May 18, 2019.
- "Youth in Oregon, Starring Frank Langella, Sets Release Date". Playbill. December 20, 2016. Retrieved January 14, 2017.
- "100 Streets". Coming Soon. Retrieved January 13, 2017.
- "Idris Elba Drama '100 Streets' Bought by Samuel Goldwyn Films". Variety. October 18, 2016. Retrieved January 14, 2017.
- "Lavender". Coming Soon. Retrieved February 3, 2017.
- Siegel, Tatiana (November 14, 2017). "Alicia Vikander-James McAvoy Film 'Submergence' Lands at Samuel Goldwyn Films". The Hollywood Reporter. Retrieved November 14, 2017.
- N'Duka, Amanda (August 16, 2018). "Alex Pettyfer's Directorial Debut Film 'Back Roads' Lands At Samuel Goldwyn". Deadline. Retrieved November 6, 2018.
- Barraclough, Leo (November 23, 2018). "Samuel Goldwyn Takes U.S. Rights to Russian Oscar Entry 'Sobibor'". Variety. Retrieved November 27, 2018.