|Predecessor||Fine Line Features|
|Founded||2005 (original company)
2013 (revived studio)
|Founders||New Line Cinema
|Headquarters||New York City, New York, U.S.|
|Bob Berney (CEO)
Jeanne Berney (President)
The company was formed from New Line and HBO's acquisition of the distribution arm of Newmarket Films, which was run by Bob Berney, who would remain the head of this new company. New Line's specialty division Fine Line Features was folded into Picturehouse. Its DVD releases were split between HBO Video and New Line Home Entertainment.
After Time Warner's 2008 consolidation of New Line into Warner Bros., the Hollywood press believed that Picturehouse and Warner Independent Pictures would merge to create a new division. On May 8, 2008, however, it was announced that both of the specialty divisions would be shut down, costing 70 employees their jobs.
The company was started in 2005 by New Line Cinema, a subsidiary of Warner Bros., and HBO. It was influenced by Warner Independent Pictures, another division of Warner Bros. They had a slow start with a few box office bombs before taking off with Pan's Labyrinth, earning six nominations and three Oscars at the 79th Academy Awards. They went on to produce other popular films such as La Vie En Rose, which won 2 Oscars, and The King of Kong: A Fistful of Quarters, which disappointed on initial release, but developed a cult following. They shut down in May 2008.
On January 15, 2013, it was announced that Picturehouse would be relaunched, after its founder Bob Berney acquired the logo and trademark from Warner Bros.. The first movie released under the revived Picturehouse label was Metallica: Through the Never.
|July 22, 2005||Last Days|
|September 16, 2005||The Thing About My Folks|
|October 19, 2005||Ushpizin|
|January 27, 2006||Tristram Shandy: A Cock and Bull Story|
|April 14, 2006||The Notorious Bettie Page|
|June 9, 2006||A Prairie Home Companion|
|November 9, 2006||Who the *$&% Is Jackson Pollock?|
|November 10, 2006||Fur: An Imaginary Portrait Of Diane Arbus|
|January 19, 2007||Pan's Labyrinth|
|March 9, 2007||Starter for 10|
|June 1, 2007||Gracie|
|June 8, 2007||La Vie en rose|
|August 3, 2007||El Cantante|
|August 10, 2007||Rocket Science|
|August 17, 2007||The King of Kong: A Fistful of Quarters|
|September 14, 2007||Silk|
|January 11, 2008||The Orphanage|
|February 8, 2008||Wild West Comedy Show: 30 Days & 30 Nights – Hollywood to the Heartland|
|February 29, 2008||The Fox and the Child|
|March 28, 2008||Run, Fatboy, Run|
|June 6, 2008||Mongol|
|July 2, 2008||Kit Kittredge: An American Girl|
|September 12, 2008||The Women|
|January 20, 2009||Amusement|
|October 4, 2013||Metallica: Through the Never|
|September 17, 2014||The Guest|
|July 17, 2015||Gloria|
|October 9, 2015||Big Stone Gap|
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- Fleming, Mike (January 15, 2013). "The Berneys are Back with Picturehouse, and Now They've got Metallica". Deadline Hollywood. Retrieved 2013-01-15.
- Cunningham, Todd (September 25, 2013). "'Metallica Through the Never' Rocks the Rebirth of Indie Picturehouse". TheWrap.com. Retrieved February 20, 2016.
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