Samuel Goldwyn Films
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|Predecessor||The Samuel Goldwyn Company|
|Founder||Samuel Goldwyn, Jr.|
|Headquarters||New York, New York, USA|
|Peter Goldwyn, President|
Samuel Goldwyn Films (formerly The Samuel Goldwyn Company and Samuel Goldwyn Entertainment) is an American film company which distributes independent and foreign films. It was founded by Samuel Goldwyn, Jr., the son of the Hollywood business magnate/mogul, Samuel Goldwyn. The current incarnation is a successor to The Samuel Goldwyn Company.
After The Samuel Goldwyn Company was acquired by Orion Pictures Corporation in 1996 and by MGM in 1997, Samuel Goldwyn Jr. founded Samuel Goldwyn Films as an independent production/distribution studio. The younger Goldwyn now owns sole rights to the use of the name and signature logo as part of the settlement of his 1999 lawsuit against MGM, which changed its Goldwyn subsidiary's name to G2 Films.
This is a list of films distributed and/or produced by Samuel Goldwyn Films. The highest-grossing film to be produced by the company is Master and Commander: The Far Side of the World, grossing $200–300 million worldwide.
- The Samuel Goldwyn Company, predecessor to Samuel Goldwyn Films
- Samuel Goldwyn Studio
- Samuel Goldwyn Television
- Samuel Goldwyn Productions
- ^ Warner Bros. through New Line Cinema is handling the production for The Secret Life of Walter Mitty with Samuel Goldwyn Films and Red Hour Films, while 20th Century Fox will release the film.
- ^ Samuel Goldwyn Films handled the US theatrical release of Detention, while Sony Pictures Worldwide Acquisitions handled the worldwide release and the US DVD & Blu-ray release.