Red Envelope Entertainment
Los Angeles, California,
Red Envelope Entertainment (originally Netflix First) was a film production unit created by Netflix in 2006. The studio produced independent content for the company's DVD-by-mail service. The company produced and/or distributed over 100 films, before ultimately being closed in 2008. The firm cited the closure of the production division, as a result of pressure from partnered film studios, which were competing for rights.
In 2012, Netflix returned to producing original content under its own banner.
- 2 Days In Paris
- 4 Months, 3 Weeks And 2 Days
- Born Into Brothels
- Hopeless Pictures
- I'm Reed Fish
- Love Songs
- Maxed Out
- Nice Guys Sleep Alone
- Open Hearts
- Puccini for Beginners
- The Puffy Chair
- Super High Me
- This Film is Not Yet Rated
- This Filthy World
- An Unreasonable Man
- Zach Galifianakis Live at the Purple Onion
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