List of Miramax films

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This is a selected list of feature films originally released and/or distributed by Miramax. Dates are US release dates.

Films[edit]

1980s[edit]

Release date Title Director Notes Budget Gross
November 26, 1980 Rockshow Bob Mercer
December 11, 1981 Spaced Out[1] Norman J. Warren
May 8, 1981 The Burning Tony Maylam produced by Miramax but distributed by Filmways USD 1.5 million USD 707,770
May 21, 1982 The Secret Policeman's Other Ball John Cleese US version[1]
December 23, 1983 Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders from Mars D. A. Pennebaker US distribution with 20th Century Fox
April 27, 1984 Eréndira Ruy Guerra
June 3, 1984 Édith et Marcel Claude Lelouch
July 10, 1984 B.C. Rock Picha
August 23, 1985 Crossover Dreams Leon Ichaso
October 25, 1985 The Dog Who Stopped the War André Melançon
March 14, 1986 Cool Change George T. Miller
May 1, 1986 The Quest Brian Trenchard-Smith AUD 388,000 AUD 171,000
September 26, 1986 Twist and Shout Bille August
October 3, 1986 Playing for Keeps Bob Weinstein, Harvey Weinstein produced by Miramax but distributed by Universal Pictures USD 2.669 million
February 27, 1987 Working Girls Lizzie Borden
March 27, 1987 Ghost Fever Lee Madden
September 11, 1987 I've Heard the Mermaids Singing Patricia Rozema
November 13, 1987 Riders of the Storm Maurice Phillips
December 11, 1987 Crazy Moon Allan Eastman
January 22, 1988 The Grand Highway Jean-Loup Hubert
January 28, 1988 Light Years René Laloux
May 15, 1988 Mio in the Land of Faraway Vladimir Grammatikov
May 20, 1988 Caribe Michael Kennedy
June 17, 1988 Going Undercover James Kenelm Clarke
July 20, 1988 Aria Robert Altman, Bruce Beresford, Bill Bryden, Jean-Luc Godard, Derek Jarman, Franc Roddam, Nicolas Roeg, Ken Russell, Charles Sturridge, Julien Temple
August 25, 1988 The Thin Blue Line Errol Morris North American distribution only
September 23, 1988 Murder One Grame Campbell
December 2, 1988 Dakota Fred Holmes
December 21, 1988 Pelle the Conqueror Bille August
March 31, 1989 Warm Nights on a Slow Moving Train Bob Ellis
April 14, 1989 Edge of Sanity Gérard Kikoïne released under Millimeter Films label
April 28, 1989 Scandal Michael Caton-Jones
May 12, 1989 The Return of Swamp Thing Jim Wynorski released under Millimeter Films label
August 1, 1989 Sex, Lies, and Videotape Steven Soderbergh distribution only
August 25, 1989 The Little Thief Claude Miller
September 29, 1989 The Girl in a Swing Gordon Hessler
October 27, 1989 Animal Behavior H. Anne Riley, Kjehl Rasmussen released under Millimeter Films label
November 3, 1989 Stepfather II Jeff Burr released under Millimeter Films label
November 10, 1989 My Left Foot Jim Sheridan nominated for the Academy Award for Best Picture; produced by Granada Television

1990s[edit]

Release date Title Director Notes Budget Gross
January 26, 1990 Strike It Rich James Scott released under Millimeter Films label
February 9, 1990 Torrents of Spring Jerzy Skolimowski released under Millimeter Films label
February 23, 1990 Cinema Paradiso Giuseppe Tornatore distribution
April 6, 1990 The Cook, the Thief, His Wife & Her Lover Peter Greenaway distribution
April 13, 1990 Mama, There's A Man in Your Bed Coline Serreau
May 4, 1990 Tie Me Up! Tie Me Down! Pedro Almodóvar USA distribution, rights now owned by Pathé
May 18, 1990 Strapless David Hare
May 25, 1990 King of the Wind Peter Duffell US distribution
July 20, 1990 The Unbelievable Truth Hal Hartley
August 31, 1990 The Lemon Sisters Joyce Chopra
September 14, 1990 Hardware Richard Stanley co-production with Palace Pictures, released under Millimeter Films label
September 21, 1990 The Tall Guy Mel Smith distribution
October 26, 1990 The Nasty Girl Michael Verhoeven distribution
November 9, 1990 The Krays Peter Medak distribution
November 23, 1990 Mr. and Mrs. Bridge James Ivory distribution
December 5, 1990 The Grifters Stephen Frears
December 21, 1990 The Long Walk Home Richard Pearce
March 6, 1991 Ju Dou Zhang Yimou, Yang Fengliang distribution
March 13, 1991 Paris Is Burning Jennie Livingston released under Prestige Films label
April 26, 1991 Dancin' thru the Dark Mike Ockrent distribution
April 26, 1991 Drowning by Numbers Peter Greenaway distribution, released under Prestige Films label
April 26, 1991 Journey of Hope Xavier Koller distribution
May 3, 1991 A Rage in Harlem Bill Duke
May 17, 1991 Auntie Danielle Étienne Chatiliez released under Prestige Films label
May 24, 1991 Madonna: Truth or Dare Alek Keshishian
May 31, 1991 Ambition Scott Goldstein
May 31, 1991 Everybody's Fine Giuseppe Tornatore distribution
June 28, 1991 The Reflecting Skin Philip Ridley released under Prestige Films label
July 3, 1991 The Miracle Neil Jordan released under Prestige Films label
July 26, 1991 Bullet in the Head John Woo
August 2, 1991 Voyeur Alex van Warmerdam released under Prestige Films label
August 9, 1991 Crossing the Line David Leland distribution
August 14, 1991 Iron & Silk Shirley Sun released under Prestige Films label
August 23, 1991 Pastime Robin Armstrong
August 23, 1991 Uranus Claude Berri released under Prestige Films label
August 30, 1991 The Pope Must Die Peter Richardson co-production with Film4 and Palace Pictures
October 11, 1991 Antonia and Jane Beeban Kidron
October 30, 1991 Exposure Walter Salles distribution
November 15, 1991 Kafka Steven Soderbergh
November 15, 1991 Prospero's Books Peter Greenaway distribution
November 22, 1991 The Double Life of Veronique Krzysztof Kieślowski USA distribution
December 5, 1991 Black Rainbow Mike Hodges
December 6, 1991 Young Soul Rebels Isaac Julien released under Prestige Films label
December 20, 1991 High Heels Pedro Almodóvar USA distribution
December 27, 1991 Hear My Song Peter Chelsom
January 24, 1992 Love Crimes Lizzie Borden released under Millimeter Films label
March 18, 1992 American Dream Barbara Kopple released under Prestige Films label
March 22, 1992 Mediterraneo Gabriele Salvatores distribution
April 3, 1992 Delicatessen Marc Caro, Jean-Pierre Jeunet
May 1, 1992 K2 Franc Roddam Theatrical distribution, rights are own by Paramount Pictures
May 22, 1992 Zentropa Lars von Trier released under Prestige Films label
June 26, 1992 Incident at Oglala Michael Apted
July 31, 1992 Enchanted April Mike Newell distribution
August 14, 1992 Johnny Suede Tom DiCillo
August 28, 1992 Freddie as F.R.O.7 Jon Acevski US distribution only; produced by Hollywood Road Films
September 4, 1992 Bob Roberts Tim Robbins co-production with Paramount Pictures (USA theatrical distribution), PolyGram Filmed Entertainment (International distribution), LIVE Entertainment and Working Title Films
September 18, 1992 Sarafina! Darrell Roodt co-production with Hollywood Pictures
October 9, 1992 Breaking the Rules Neal Israel
October 23, 1992 Reservoir Dogs Quentin Tarantino USA theatrical distribution; produced by LIVE America
October 30, 1992 Close to Eden Nikita Mikhalkov
October 30, 1992 Rampage William Friedkin
November 6, 1992 The Efficiency Expert Mark Joffe AUD 3.4 million AUD 1,505,884
November 6, 1992 Sumo Do, Sumo Don't Masayuki Suo distribution
November 25, 1992 The Crying Game Neil Jordan nominated for the Academy Award for Best Picture; distribution; co-production with Palace Pictures and Channel Four Films GBP 2.3 million USD 62.5 million
December 11, 1992 Passion Fish John Sayles
February 12, 1993 Strictly Ballroom Baz Luhrmann distribution AUD 3 million AUD 80 million
February 17, 1993 Like Water for Chocolate Alfonso Arau USA distribution USD 21.6 million
March 12, 1993 Ethan Frome John Madden
March 19, 1993 Just Another Girl on the I.R.T. Leslie Harris
March 26, 1993 The Opposite Sex and How to Live with Them Matthew Meshekoff
April 23, 1993 Map of the Human Heart Vincent Ward
April 30, 1993 The Night We Never Met Warren Leight
June 25, 1993 House of Cards Michael Lessac distribution pickup from Penta Pictures
July 16, 1993 Benefit of the Doubt Jonathan Heap first film to be released by Miramax during their Disney tenure.
July 30, 1993 Tom and Jerry: The Movie Phil Roman distribution only; produced by Turner Entertainment Co., WMG, and Film Roman; co-distributed by LIVE Entertainment in the US and Turner Pictures outside of the US, rights are now owned by Warner Bros.
August 13, 1993 Especially on Sunday Giuseppe Tornatore, Marco Tullio Giordana, Giuseppe Bertolucci, Francesco Barilli distribution; co-production with Intérmedias, Titanus, Paradis Films, Basic Cinematografica and Dusk Motion Pictures
September 17, 1993 Into the West Mike Newell distribution
October 13, 1993 Dust Devil Richard Stanley direct-to-video
October 15, 1993 Farewell My Concubine Chen Kaige
October 29, 1993 Deception Graeme Clifford
November 17, 1993 The Piano Jane Campion co-production with Ciby 2000; nominated for the Academy Award for Best Picture
November 23, 1993 The Magic Snowman Stanko Crnobrnja, C. Stanner
December 3, 1993 The Snapper Stephen Frears
December 5, 1993 Three Colours: Blue Krzysztof Kieślowski
February 18, 1994 Three Colours: White Krzysztof Kieślowski
March 18, 1994 Mother's Boys Yves Simoneau
April 1, 1994 The House of the Spirits Bille August
May 11, 1994 The Crow Alex Proyas
May 23, 1994 Desperate Remedies Peter Wells
May 25, 1994 Little Buddha Bernardo Bertolucci distribution
July 15, 1994 Ciao, Professore! Lina Wertmüller distribution
August 24, 1994 Fresh Boaz Yakin
October 14, 1994 Pulp Fiction Quentin Tarantino nominated for the Academy Award for Best Picture
October 19, 1994 Clerks Kevin Smith bought distribution rights from View Askew Productions
November 3, 1994 Sirens John Duigan
November 16, 1994 Heavenly Creatures Peter Jackson
November 23, 1994 Mrs. Parker and the Vicious Circle Alan Rudolph
November 25, 1994 Camilla Deepa Mehta
December 2, 1994 Tom & Viv Brian Gilbert
December 9, 1994 Queen Margot Patrice Chéreau
December 25, 1994 Ready to Wear Robert Altman
December 25, 1994 Three Colours: Red Krzysztof Kieślowski
January 18, 1995 Bullets over Broadway Woody Allen
January 20, 1995 Strawberry and Chocolate Tomás Gutiérrez Alea, Juan Carlos Tabío
February 17, 1995 Through the Olive Trees Abbas Kiarostami distribution
March 3, 1995 Exotica Atom Egoyan
March 10, 1995 Muriel's Wedding P. J. Hogan U.S. distribution
March 24, 1995 Priest Antonia Bird
April 11, 1995 Roadflower Deran Sarafian direct-to-video
May 5, 1995 Picture Bride Kayo Hatta
May 12, 1995 The Englishman who Went up a Hill but Came down a Mountain Christopher Monger
May 12, 1995 Gordy Mark Lewis
June 2, 1995 The Glass Shield Charles Burnett
June 9, 1995 Smoke Wayne Wang
June 14, 1995 Il Postino: The Postman Michael Radford, Massimo Troisi nominated for the Academy Award for Best Picture
June 28, 1995 Belle de Jour Luis Buñuel re-release
July 7, 1995 The Crude Oasis Alex Graves
July 12, 1995 Grosse Fatigue Michel Blanc distribution
July 28, 1995 Country Life Michael Blakemore
July 28, 1995 Kids Larry Clark released under one-off label Shining Excalibur Films
August 11, 1995 Unzipped Douglas Keeve
August 25, 1995 The Thief and the Cobbler Richard Williams distribution; theatrically known as Arabian Knight
September 1, 1995 The Innocent John Schlesinger USA distribution, co-production with Island World
September 22, 1995 A Month by the Lake John Irvin
October 6, 1995 The Horseman on the Roof Jean-Paul Rappeneau distribution
October 13, 1995 Blue in the Face Wayne Wang, Paul Auster
November 9, 1995 The Star Maker Giuseppe Tornatore
November 16, 1995 The Crossing Guard Sean Penn
November 22, 1995 Two Bits James Foley
December 1, 1995 Things to Do in Denver When You're Dead Gary Fleder
December 8, 1995 Georgia Ulu Grosbard
December 15, 1995 Cry, the Beloved Country Darrell Roodt
December 25, 1995 Four Rooms Allison Anders, Alexandre Rockwell, Robert Rodriguez, Quentin Tarantino
December 29, 1995 Restoration Michael Hoffman
January 11, 1996 Mighty Aphrodite Woody Allen
January 12, 1996 Don't Be a Menace to South Central While Drinking Your Juice in the Hood Paris Barclay
January 19, 1996 French Twist Josiane Balasko distribution
January 26, 1996 The Journey of August King John Duigan
February 2, 1996 The NeverEnding Story III: Escape from Fantasia Peter MacDonald
February 9, 1996 Beautiful Girls Ted Demme
March 8, 1996 Chungking Express Wong Kar-wai
March 22, 1996 Flirting with Disaster David O. Russell
April 3, 1996 Faithful Paul Mazursky co-production with New Line Cinema, Price Entertainment and Savoy Pictures
April 12, 1996 Jane Eyre Franco Zeffirelli
April 26, 1996 The Stendhal Syndrome Dario Argento distribution
May 3, 1996 Captives Angela Pope
May 3, 1996 The Pallbearer Matt Reeves
May 10, 1996 Dead Man Jim Jarmusch
May 10, 1996 Of Love and Shadows Betty Kaplan distribution
June 28, 1996 Purple Noon René Clément re-release
July 14, 1996 The Visitors Jean-Marie Poiré
July 17, 1996 Walking and Talking Nicole Holofcener co-production with PolyGram Filmed Entertainment, Channel Four Films, Zenith Productions, Pandora Film, Mikado Films (France), Electric, TEAM Communications Group and Good Machine
July 19, 1996 Trainspotting Danny Boyle North America distribution, Film4 Productions released in the UK
July 26, 1996 Billy's Holiday Richard Wherrett
August 2, 1996 Emma Douglas McGrath
August 9, 1996 Basquiat Julian Schnabel
September 17, 1996 Hidden Assassin Ted Kotcheff direct-to-video
September 27, 1996 Curdled Reb Braddock
October 9, 1996 Microcosmos Claude Nuridsany
October 11, 1996 Hard Core Logo Bruce McDonald
October 18, 1996 Swingers Doug Liman
November 15, 1996 Miracle at Oxford Ferdinand Fairfax
November 22, 1996 Ridicule Patrice Leconte
November 27, 1996 Sling Blade Billy Bob Thornton
December 6, 1996 The English Patient Anthony Minghella winner of the Academy Award for Best Picture
December 13, 1996 Citizen Ruth Alexander Payne
December 13, 1996 Victory Mark Peploe
December 18, 1996 Marvin's Room Jerry Zaks
January 3, 1997 Everyone Says I Love You Woody Allen
January 17, 1997 Albino Alligator Kevin Spacey
January 24, 1997 Kolya Jan Svěrák distribution
February 14, 1997 Unhook the Stars Nick Cassavetes
March 5, 1997 Rhyme & Reason Peter Spirer
March 14, 1997 The Substance of Fire Daniel J. Sullivan
April 4, 1997 Chasing Amy Kevin Smith co-production with View Askew Productions
April 11, 1997 Cosi Mark Joffe
April 30, 1997 Children of the Revolution Peter Duncan
May 23, 1997 Addicted to Love Griffin Dunne co-production with Warner Bros. and Outlaw Productions
May 23, 1997 Brassed Off Mark Herman co-production with Channel Four Films
June 6, 1997 Squeeze Robert Patton-Spruill
June 12, 1997 Robinson Crusoe Rod Hardy
June 13, 1997 Temptress Moon Chen Kaige
July 11, 1997 Shall We Dance? Masayuki Suo
July 18, 1997 Her Majesty, Mrs. Brown John Madden
August 1, 1997 Love Serenade Shirley Barrett
August 15, 1997 Cop Land James Mangold
August 27, 1997 She's So Lovely Nick Cassavetes
September 5, 1997 Mouth to Mouth Manuel Gómez Pereira distribution
October 10, 1997 The House of Yes Mark Waters
November 7, 1997 The Wings of the Dove Iain Softley
November 26, 1997 Welcome to Sarajevo Michael Winterbottom
December 3, 1997 Office Killer Cindy Sherman
December 5, 1997 Good Will Hunting Gus Van Sant nominated for the Academy Award for Best Picture
December 25, 1997 Jackie Brown Quentin Tarantino
December 25, 1997 Wishful Thinking Adam Park
December 25, 1997 Shades of Fear Beeban Kidron
January 19, 1998 Jerry and Tom Saul Rubinek co-production with Lionsgate Films
January 30, 1998 Four Days in September Bruno Barreto
February 20, 1998 Little City Roberto Benabib
March 14, 1998 God Said Ha! Julia Sweeney
March 20, 1998 Wide Awake M. Night Shyamalan
March 27, 1998 A Price Above Rubies Boaz Yakin
April 10, 1998 The Big One Michael Moore
April 10, 1998 Sonatine Takeshi Kitano
April 10, 1998 Summer Fling David Keating
April 18, 1998 Since You've Been Gone David Schwimmer TV movie
April 24, 1998 Sliding Doors Peter Howitt co-production and co-distribution with Paramount Pictures
April 24, 1998 The Truce Francesco Rosi
May 8, 1998 Artemisia Agnès Merlet
June 5, 1998 Beyond Silence Caroline Link distribution
June 16, 1998 The Rage Sidney J. Furie direct-to-video
June 19, 1998 Hav Plenty Christopher Scott Cherot
June 26, 1998 Smoke Signals Chris Eyre
August 7, 1998 Telling You Robert DeFranco
August 14, 1998 The Young Girls of Rochefort Jacques Demy re-release
August 21, 1998 Next Stop Wonderland Brad Anderson
August 28, 1998 54 Mark Christopher
September 4, 1998 All I Wanna Do Sarah Kernochan
September 4, 1998 Firelight William Nicholson
September 10, 1998 With Friends Like These... Philip Frank Messina
September 11, 1998 Rounders John Dahl
September 25, 1998 Monument Ave. Ted Demme
October 9, 1998 The Mighty Peter Chelsom
October 23, 1998 Life Is Beautiful Roberto Benigni distribution outside Italy; nominated for the Academy Award for Best Picture
October 30, 1998 Talk of Angels Nick Hamm
November 6, 1998 Velvet Goldmine Todd Haynes
November 20, 1998 Celebrity Woody Allen
December 4, 1998 Little Voice Mark Herman
December 11, 1998 Shakespeare in Love John Madden US distribution only; co-production with Universal Pictures; winner of the Academy Award for Best Picture
December 18, 1998 Playing by Heart Willard Carroll
December 25, 1998 Down in the Delta Maya Angelou
December 25, 1998 Sweet Revenge Malcolm Mowbray
January 22, 1999 Children of Heaven Majid Majidi distribution
January 24, 1999 Get Bruce Andrew J. Kuehn
January 29, 1999 She's All That Robert Iscove
March 12, 1999 Comedian Harmonists Joseph Vilsmaier
March 26, 1999 A Walk on the Moon Tony Goldwyn
April 23, 1999 The Mighty Peking Man Meng Hua Ho re-release
May 7, 1999 The Castle Rob Sitch
June 18, 1999 An Ideal Husband Oliver Parker
June 25, 1999 My Son the Fanatic Udayan Prasad
June 25, 1999 Rogue Trader James Dearden
July 2, 1999 The Lovers on the Bridge Leos Carax distribution
July 23, 1999 My Life So Far Hugh Hudson
August 20, 1999 Teaching Mrs. Tingle Kevin Williamson distribution
August 27, 1999 The Very Thought of You Nick Hamm
September 1, 1999 Outside Providence Michael Corrente
September 10, 1999 B. Monkey Michael Radford
September 24, 1999 Guinevere Audrey Wells
October 1, 1999 Happy, Texas Mark Illsley
October 8, 1999 The Grandfather José Luis Garci
October 29, 1999 Music of the Heart Wes Craven
October 29, 1999 Princess Mononoke Hayao Miyazaki English dub, distributor, produced by Studio Ghibli
November 19, 1999 Mansfield Park Patricia Rozema
December 1, 1999 Spanish Fly Daphna Kastner
December 3, 1999 Holy Smoke! Jane Campion
December 10, 1999 The Cider House Rules Lasse Hallström nominated for the Academy Award for Best Picture
December 10, 1999 Diamonds John Asher
December 25, 1999 The Talented Mr. Ripley Anthony Minghella international distribution only; co-production with Mirage Enterprises and Paramount Pictures

2000s[edit]

Release date Title Director Notes Budget Gross
January 21, 2000 Down to You Kris Isacsson USD 9 million USD 24,419,914
April 14, 2000 East Is East Damien O'Donnell GBP 1.9 million GBP 10 million
April 18, 2000 Committed Lisa Krueger USD 3 million USD 40,361
May 5, 2000 Human Traffic Justin Kerrigan distribution GBP 2.2 million GBP 2.5 million
May 12, 2000 Hamlet Michael Almereyda USD 2,046,433
June 9, 2000 Love's Labour's Lost Kenneth Branagh USD 13 million USD 299,792
June 16, 2000 Butterfly's Tongue José Luis Cuerda EUR 2,211,800 EUR 4,632,493
September 1, 2000 Highlander: Endgame Doug Aarniokoski USD 25 million USD 15,843,608
October 20, 2000 The Yards James Gray USD 24 million USD 889,352
November 15, 2000 Bounce Don Roos USD 35 million USD 53,425,292
December 1, 2000 A Hard Day's Night Richard Lester theatrical re-release of 1964 film
December 25, 2000 All the Pretty Horses Billy Bob Thornton co-production with Columbia Pictures USD 57 million USD 18,133,495
December 25, 2000 Malèna Giuseppe Tornatore USD 14,493,284
December 25, 2000 Vatel Roland Joffé USD 51,080
January 5, 2001 Chocolat Lasse Hallström nominated for the Academy Award for Best Picture USD 25 million USD 152,699,946
February 9, 2001 The Taste of Others Agnès Jaoui EUR 9,020,000 EUR 31,645,040
March 7, 2001 Blow Dry Paddy Breathnach USD 637,769
March 9, 2001 Get Over It Tommy O'Haver co-production with Ignite Entertainment $10 million $19,900,366
April 13, 2001 Bridget Jones's Diary Sharon Maguire US distribution only; co-production with Universal Pictures, StudioCanal, and Working Title Films $25 million $281,929,795
May 11, 2001 Calle 54 Fernando Trueba
May 18, 2001 About Adam Gerard Stembridge $159,668
June 8, 2001 The Son's Room Nanni Moretti distribution
June 14, 2001 Tears of the Black Tiger Wisit Sasanatieng never released, rights sold in 2006 to Magnolia Pictures
June 29, 2001 The Closet Francis Veber $14,500,000 $50,109,423
June 29, 2001 Everybody's Famous! Dominique Deruddere distribution
August 3, 2001 Apocalypse Now Redux Francis Ford Coppola re-edit of 1979 film Apocalypse Now
August 10, 2001 The Others Alejandro Amenábar $17 million $209,947,037
August 17, 2001 Captain Corelli's Mandolin John Madden UK distribution only; co-production with Universal Pictures, StudioCanal, and Working Title Films $57 million $62,112,895
August 24, 2001 Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back Kevin Smith with Dimension Films, co-production with View Askew Productions $22 million $33,788,161
September 7, 2001 The Musketeer Peter Hyams international distribution only; produced by Universal Pictures $40 million $34,585,771
October 5, 2001 Serendipity Peter Chelsom $28 million $77,516,304
October 12, 2001 Iron Monkey Yuen Woo-ping
October 26, 2001 On the Line Eric Bross $16 million $4,403,019
October 26, 2001 Daddy and Them Billy Bob Thornton
November 16, 2001 Amélie Jean-Pierre Jeunet $10 million $173,921,954
December 7, 2001 Baran Majid Majidi distribution
December 12, 2001 Behind the Sun Walter Salles
December 13, 2001 Piñero Leon Ichaso
December 14, 2001 Iris Richard Eyre with The BBC Film Finance and IM: Intermedia Films $16,153,953
December 25, 2001 In the Bedroom Todd Field nominated for the Academy Award for Best Picture $1.7 million $43,368,779
December 25, 2001 Kate & Leopold James Mangold $48 million $76,019,048
January 11, 2002 The Shipping News Lasse Hallström $35 million $24,690,441
January 18, 2002 Italian for Beginners Lone Scherfig
February 1, 2002 Birthday Girl Jez Butterworth $16,171,098
March 1, 2002 40 Days and 40 Nights Michael Lehmann US distribution only; co-production with Universal Pictures, StudioCanal, and Working Title Films $17 million $95,146,283
March 22, 2002 Stolen Summer Pete Jones
April 19, 2002 Enigma Michael Apted co-production with Broadway Video
April 19, 2002 Lucky Break Peter Cattaneo studio credit only, co-production with Paramount Pictures, Fragile Films and Film4
May 17, 2002 The Importance of Being Earnest Oliver Parker $17,290,170
August 2, 2002 Tadpole Gary Winick $3,200,421
August 2, 2002 Full Frontal Steven Soderbergh $2 million $3,438,804
August 23, 2002 Undisputed Walter Hill $20 million $15,220,548
September 20, 2002 The Four Feathers Shekhar Kapur with Paramount Pictures (also USA distribution), also international distribution $35 million $29,882,645
October 4, 2002 Heaven Tom Tykwer
October 11, 2002 Comedian Christian Charles
October 11, 2002 Pokémon 4Ever Kunihiko Yuyama distribution only; co-production with Pokémon USA, Inc., 4Kids Entertainment, Nintendo and OLM, Inc.
October 18, 2002 Naqoyqatsi Godfrey Reggio
October 25, 2002 Frida Julie Taymor $12 million $56,298,474
October 25, 2002 Paid in Full Charles Stone III distribution only
October 25, 2002 Waking Up in Reno Jordan Brady $267,109
November 15, 2002 Ararat Atom Egoyan
November 29, 2002 Rabbit-Proof Fence Phillip Noyce U.S. distributor $16,217,411
December 20, 2002 Gangs of New York Martin Scorsese nominated for the Academy Award for Best Picture $100 million $193,772,504
December 25, 2002 Pinocchio Roberto Benigni English dub, distributor $41,323,171
December 25, 2002 Speakeasy Brendan Murphy
December 27, 2002 Chicago Rob Marshall winner of the Academy Award for Best Picture $45 million $306,776,732
December 31, 2002 Confessions of a Dangerous Mind George Clooney $30 million $33,013,805
January 17, 2003 City of God Fernando Meirelles $30,641,770
January 24, 2003 The Hours Stephen Daldry co-production with Scott Rudin Productions and Paramount Pictures (also USA distribution), also international distribution, nominated for the Academy Award for Best Picture $25 million $108,846,072
February 7, 2003 The Quiet American Phillip Noyce $30 million $27,674,124
February 14, 2003 Gerry Gus Van Sant
March 12, 2003 View from the Top Bruno Barreto $30 million $19,526,014
April 4, 2003 Dysfunktional Family George Gallo $2,255,00
April 25, 2003 People I Know Daniel Algrant
May 2, 2003 Blue Car Karen Moncrieff
May 16, 2003 Pokémon Heroes Kunihiko Yuyama distribution only; co-production with Pokémon USA, Inc., 4Kids Entertainment, Nintendo and OLM, Inc.
June 13, 2003 Jet Lag Danièle Thompson
July 18, 2003 Dirty Pretty Things Stephen Frears $13,904,766
July 25, 2003 Buffalo Soldiers Gregor Jordan $15 million $354,421
August 1, 2003 The Magdalene Sisters Peter Mullan
August 22, 2003 The Battle of Shaker Heights Efram Potelle
September 16, 2003 Bionicle: Mask of Light Terry Shakespeare co-produced by The Lego Group, Create TV & Film and Creative Capers Entertainment, co-distributed with Buena Vista Home Entertainment
September 26, 2003 Duplex Danny DeVito $40 million $19,322,135
October 3, 2003 The Station Agent Tom McCarthy $8,679,814
October 10, 2003 Kill Bill: Volume 1 Quentin Tarantino co-production with A Band Apart $30 million $180,949,045
October 31, 2003 The Human Stain Robert Benton distribution $30 million $24,863,804
November 14, 2003 Master and Commander: The Far Side of the World Peter Weir studio credit only, co-production with 20th Century Fox, Universal Pictures and Samuel Goldwyn Films; nominated for the Academy Award for Best Picture $150 million $212,011,111
November 21, 2003 The Barbarian Invasions Denys Arcand distribution $26,924,656
December 25, 2003 Cold Mountain Anthony Minghella $79 million $173,013,509
January 9, 2004 My Baby's Daddy Cheryl Dunye $12 million $18,490,423
February 27, 2004 Dirty Dancing: Havana Nights Guy Ferland with Artisan Entertainment and A Band Apart
March 26, 2004 Jersey Girl Kevin Smith co-production with View Askew Productions $35 million $36,098,382
April 2, 2004 Shaolin Soccer Stephen Chow distribution
April 9, 2004 Ella Enchanted Tommy O'Haver $31 million $27,388,767
April 9, 2004 I'm Not Scared Gabriele Salvatores
April 9, 2004 You Can't Stop the Murders Anthony Mir
April 16, 2004 Kill Bill: Volume 2 Quentin Tarantino co-production with A Band Apart $30 million $152,159,461
May 7, 2004 Valentín Alejandro Agresti distribution
June 1, 2004 Pokémon: Jirachi—Wish Maker Kunihiko Yuyama distribution only; co-production with Pokémon USA, Inc., 4Kids Entertainment, Nintendo and OLM, Inc.
June 4, 2004 Zatōichi Takeshi Kitano
July 28, 2004 Garden State Zach Braff with Fox Searchlight Pictures
August 27, 2004 Hero Zhang Yimou $31 million $177,394,432
September 24, 2004 Infernal Affairs Andrew Lau,

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October 15, 2004 Shall We Dance? Peter Chelsom $50 million $170,128,460
October 19, 2004 Bionicle 2: Legends of Metru Nui Terry Shakespeare co-produced by The Lego Group, Create TV & Film and Creative Capers Entertainment, co-distributed with Buena Vista Home Entertainment
October 21, 2004 Chestnut: Hero of Central Park Robert Vince rights now owned by DHX Media
November 19, 2004 Bridget Jones: The Edge of Reason Beeban Kidron with Universal Pictures, StudioCanal, and Working Title Films $40 million $262,520,724
November 24, 2004 Finding Neverland Marc Forster nominated for the Academy Award for Best Picture $25 million $116,766,556
December 22, 2004 The Chorus Christophe Barratier distribution
December 25, 2004 Darkness Jaume Balagueró under Dimension Films $10.6 million $34,409,206
December 25, 2004 The Aviator Martin Scorsese co-production with Warner Bros. and Intermedia Films; nominated for the Academy Award for Best Picture $110 million $213,741,459
January 22, 2005 Pokémon: Destiny Deoxys Kunihiko Yuyama distribution only; co-production with The Pokémon Company, 4Kids Entertainment, Nintendo and OLM, Inc.
February 11, 2005 Bride and Prejudice Gurinder Chadha
February 25, 2005 Cursed Wes Craven $38 million $29,621,722
March 2, 2005 The Best of Youth Marco Tullio Giordana
March 4, 2005 Dear Frankie Shona Auerbach $2,980,136
March 11, 2005 Hostage Florent Emilio Siri $77,944,725
March 22, 2005 Beyblade: Fierce Battle Tetsuo Yasumi distribution only; co-production with Toho, d-rights, Nelvana and Nippon Animation
May 6, 2005 Twin Sisters Ben Sombogaart distribution
June 3, 2005 Cinderella Man Ron Howard co-production with Touchstone Pictures (also international distribution) and Universal Pictures (also USA distribution) $88 million $108,539,911
July 15, 2005 The Warrior Asif Kapadia
August 5, 2005 Secuestro Express Jonathan Jakubowicz
August 12, 2005 The Great Raid John Dahl $80 million $10,769,311
August 26, 2005 The Brothers Grimm Terry Gilliam co-production with Dimension Films, Atlas Entertainment, The Weinstein Company, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer and Summit Entertainment. Rights are now held by Walt Disney Pictures and Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer overseas, although Miramax/Dimension still owned U.S distribution rights. $88 million $105,316,267
September 2, 2005 Underclassman Marcos Siega $25 million $5,879,555
September 9, 2005 An Unfinished Life Lasse Hallström co-production with Revolution Studios and The Ladd Company $30 million $18,618,284
September 25, 2005 Daltry Calhoun Katrina Holden Bronson
September 30, 2005 Proof John Madden USD 20 million USD 14,189,869
October 11, 2005 Bionicle 3: Web of Shadows Terry Shakespeare co-produced by Good Story Productions, Creative Capers Entertainment and Create TV & Film, co-distributed with Buena Vista Home Entertainment
November 4, 2005 Show Me Cassandra Nicolaou
November 11, 2005 Derailed Mikael Håfström with The Weinstein Company (USA distribution), also international distribution USD 22 million USD 57,479,076
November 12, 2005 Undertaking Betty Nick Hurran
December 30, 2005 The Matador Richard Shepard $12.5 million $17,306,281
February 24, 2006 Spymate Robert Vince
February 24, 2006 Tsotsi Gavin Hood
April 14, 2006 Kinky Boots Julian Jarrold $9,050,133
April 14, 2006 Scary Movie 4 David Zucker with Dimension Films
May 12, 2006 Keeping Up with the Steins Scott Marshall
July 7, 2006 The Heart of the Game Ward Serrill
August 4, 2006 The Night Listener Patrick Stettner $10,639,686
September 8, 2006 Hollywoodland Allen Coulter international distribution only; co-production with Focus Features
September 22, 2006 Renaissance Christian Volckman
October 6, 2006 The Queen Stephen Frears US distribution only, produced by Pathé and Granada Productions $123,384,128
December 21, 2006 Venus Roger Michell $7,261,490
January 26, 2007 Breaking and Entering Anthony Minghella co-production with The Weinstein Company, distributed in US theaters by TWC and Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer
March 30, 2007 The Lookout Scott Frank co-production with Spyglass Entertainment
April 6, 2007 The Hoax Lasse Hallström $25 million $11,772,461
June 15, 2007 The Golden Door Emanuele Crialese
June 15, 2007 Eagle vs Shark Taika Waititi
July 27, 2007 No. 2 Toa Fraser
August 10, 2007 Becoming Jane Julian Jarrold co-production with HanWay Films, BBC Films and Blueprint Pictures $37,311,672
October 19, 2007 Gone Baby Gone Ben Affleck co-production with The Ladd Company $19 million $34,619,699
November 21, 2007 No Country for Old Men Joel Coen, Ethan Coen US distribution only; co-produced with Paramount Vantage; winner of the Academy Award for Best Picture $25 million $171,627,166
November 30, 2007 The Diving Bell and the Butterfly Julian Schnabel $19,777,647
December 26, 2007 There Will Be Blood Paul Thomas Anderson international distribution only; co-produced with Paramount Vantage; nominated for the Academy Award for Best Picture $25 million $76,181,545
February 29, 2008 City of Men Paulo Morelli
April 11, 2008 Smart People Noam Murro $11,843,604
May 16, 2008 Reprise Joachim Trier
July 25, 2008 Brideshead Revisited Julian Jarrold co-production with Warner Independent Pictures and Recorded Picture Company $13,451,186
October 3, 2008 Blindness Fernando Meirelles $25 million $19,844,979
October 10, 2008 Happy-Go-Lucky Mike Leigh co-production with Summit Entertainment, Ingenious Film Partners and Film4 $18,696,602
November 28, 2008 The Boy in the Striped Pyjamas Mark Herman co-production with Heyday Films
December 25, 2008 Doubt John Patrick Shanley $20 million $50,907,234
February 21, 2009 Dean Spanley Toa Fraser
April 3, 2009 Adventureland Greg Mottola $17,164,377
June 26, 2009 Chéri Stephen Frears $23 million $9,366,227
September 4, 2009 Extract Mike Judge $8 million $10,848,783
September 25, 2009 The Boys Are Back Scott Hicks
December 4, 2009 Everybody's Fine Kirk Jones $21 million $16,443,609

2010s[edit]

Release date Title Director Notes Budget Gross
August 20, 2010 The Switch Josh Gordon co-production with Mandate Pictures, last film released during Miramax's Disney tenure before being sold to Filmyard Holdings $19 million $49,830,607
December 10, 2010 The Tempest Julie Taymor co-production with Touchstone Pictures $20 million $346,594
May 6, 2011 Last Night Massy Tadjedin co-production with Gaumont $7,743,923
August 26, 2011 Don't Be Afraid of the Dark Troy Nixey co-production with FilmDistrict $25 million $36,993,168
August 31, 2011 The Debt John Madden co-production with Focus Features $20 million $45.6 million
August 22, 2014 Sin City: A Dame to Kill For Robert Rodriguez, Frank Miller co-production with Dimension Films, Aldamisa Entertainment and Troublemaker Studios $65 million $39.4 million
January 16, 2015 The Wedding Ringer Jeremy Garelick co-production with Screen Gems and Rainforest Films $23 million $79.8 million
July 17, 2015 Mr. Holmes Bill Condon co-production with BBC Films, See-Saw Films, AI-Film and FilmNation Entertainment $25.5 million
August 26, 2016 Southside with You Richard Tanne co-distribution with Roadside Attractions $1.5 million $6.3 million
September 2, 2016 The 9th Life of Louis Drax Alexandre Aja co-production with Summit Premiere & Brightlight Pictures $263,463
September 16, 2016 Bridget Jones's Baby Sharon Maguire co-production with Universal Pictures, BBC Films, Working Title Films, and StudioCanal $35 million $211.8 million
November 23, 2016 Bad Santa 2 Mark Waters co-production with Broad Green Pictures, Sony Pictures Worldwide Acquisitions and Mandeville Films $26 million $23 million
July 6, 2018 Whitney Kevin Macdonald co-production with Roadside Attractions and Altitude Film Distribution $4.7 million
October 19, 2018 Halloween David Gordon Green co-production with Universal Pictures, Blumhouse Productions and Rough House Pictures $10 million $253.7 million
May 24, 2019 The Perfection Richard Shepard produced by; distributed by Netflix[2]
October 15, 2019 Jay and Silent Bob Reboot Kevin Smith co-production with Destro Films, Mewesings, SModCo, View Askew Productions, Hideout Pictures, and Intercut Capital; distributed by Saban Films

2020s[edit]

Release date Title Director Notes Budget Gross
January 24, 2020 The Gentlemen[3] Guy Ritchie produced by; distributed by STX Entertainment

Upcoming films[edit]

Release date Title Notes
October 16, 2020 Halloween Kills co-production with Universal Pictures, Blumhouse Productions and Rough House Productions
TBA[4] City of Lies co-production with Global Road Entertainment and Good Films[5][6][7]
TBA The Georgetown Project
TBA Cash Truck produced by; distributed by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "The Talented Messrs. Weinstein They built Miramax Films into a movie powerhouse. But how big can the company get and still be the Bob and Harvey show? – March 6, 2000".
  2. ^ D'Alessandro, Anthony (October 5, 2018). "Allison Williams & Logan Browning Miramax Thriller 'The Perfection' Snapped Up By Netflix". Deadline Hollywood. Retrieved December 26, 2018.
  3. ^ "Matthew McConaughey to Star in Guy Ritchie's 'Toff Guys' With Kate Beckinsale, Henry Golding (EXCLUSIVE)". Variety. 2018-10-10.
  4. ^ Hipes, Patrick (2018-08-06). "Johnny Depp's 'City Of Lies' Movie Pulled From Release Schedule". Deadline. Retrieved 2018-08-14.
  5. ^ "Open Road Acquires Johnny Depp Crime Thriller 'Labyrinth'". September 19, 2016. Retrieved February 12, 2017.
  6. ^ "Miramax CEO to step down". December 28, 2016. Retrieved February 12, 2017.
  7. ^ "Miramax CEO Steven Schoch Exiting Company". December 27, 2016. Retrieved February 12, 2017.

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