Newmarket Films

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Newmarket Films
IndustryMotion pictures
HeadquartersLos Angeles, California, United States Edit this on Wikidata

Newmarket Films is an American film production and distribution company and a former film distribution subsidiary of Newmarket Capital Group. It was founded in 1994 by Chris Ball and William Tyrer, with the company’s executive team made up of Chris Calhoon, Rene Cogan, John Crye and Robert Fyvolent. Newmarket Films was acquired by Exclusive Media Group (which eventually became Exclusive Media)[1][2], which then sold its own film library to AMBI Group in 2009.[3]

Brief summary[edit]

Newmarket Films is a privately owned independent production and distribution company. Newmarket looks to acquire, produce, and distribute diverse films. The company produced such films as The Mexican, Cruel Intentions, and the Christopher Nolan films The Prestige and Memento. Newmarket has distributed, in North America, such films as The Passion of the Christ, Whale Rider, Monster, Donnie Darko, and God Grew Tired of Us.

Film involvement[edit]

Newmarket Films has been involved with distributing or producing the following movies:

See also[edit]


  1. ^ "EMG Acquires Newmarket Films". TheWrap. 6 November 2009.
  2. ^ Kilday, Gregg. "Exclusive Media Group Rebrands Itself as Exclusive Media". The Hollywood Reporter.
  3. ^ Tartaglione, Nancy (4 September 2015). "Exclusive Media Group Library Sold To AMBI Group". Deadline.