Cross Creek Pictures

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Cross Creek Pictures
Private
IndustryFilm
Founded2009
FounderTimothy Thompson, Tyler Thompson
Headquarters,
ProductsMotion pictures
Websitewww.crosscreekpictures.com

Cross Creek Pictures is an American film production studio formed in 2009 by Tyler Thompson and Timmy Thompson. Their first production was the acclaimed Black Swan (2010), which was followed by The Ides of March (2011), The Woman in Black (2012) and Rush (2013).</ref> In September 2011, Cross Creek Pictures signed a deal with Universal Pictures, where the studio would release at least six of Cross Creek's productions over the following 3 years.[1] In late 2015, Cross Creek signed a new three-year, multifaceted co-financing, production, and distribution deal with Sony Pictures Entertainment.[2]

Films[edit]

This is the list of films produced or financed by Cross Creek.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Joshua L. Weinstein. "Universal Forges 3-Year Distribution Deal With Cross Creek".
  2. ^ Mike Fleming Jr. "Cross Creek Pictures Moving To Sony; 3-Year Deal To Co-Fi, Produce Films From 'Black Mass' And 'Black Swan' Maker".

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