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IFC Films

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The company flirted with a new strategy of launching bigger, pricier pics but stumbled over the summer with "You Kill Me," a noirish comedy starring Ben Kingsley and Tea Leoni.

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First Look

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First Look Studios is aiming at releasing a wide variety of projects but the company hasn't disclosed much about its upcoming slate since Avi Lerner's Nu Image/Millennium Films bought control of…

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ThinkFilm

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After becoming part of David Bergstein's media empire last October (along with Capitol Films), ThinkFilm ramped up in 2007, but the box office bonanza of that expansion has yet to fully take shape.

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IDP

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The summer began with Samuel Goldwyn Films and Roadside Attractions parting ways, when their three-year partnership ended on May 11. Per the terms of the deal, Goldwyn's marketing and distribution…

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Sony Pictures Classics

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On a less grandiose scale than "Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon," SPC managed to breathe a lot of life into the foreign-lingo market with its top two titles of the year, "The Lives of Others" and…

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Zeitgeist Films

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Operating largely under the radar (company's highest grosser to date is 2004 foreign-language Oscar winner "Nowhere in Africa"), long-standing Gotham-based boutique distributor accomplishes a lot…

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Miramax

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"We're in a good place," Daniel Battsek says, and who could disagree? There have been a few bumps in the road, but Battsek & Co. have engineered a surprisingly smooth transition from the Weinstein…

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The Weinstein Co.

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When a high-profile misfire is your top picture of the year, something is undeniably amiss, but the Weinstein Co. has woven such a complex web of distribution deals and corporate assets that it's…

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