ThinkFilm

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ThinkFilm
Subsidiary
IndustryMotion pictures
FateBankruptcy
FoundedSeptember 2001
DefunctOctober 5, 2010
Headquarters,
U.S.
ParentCapitol Films
DivisionsVelocity Home Entertainment
Websitewww.thinkfilmcompany.com/ Edit this on Wikidata

ThinkFilm (stylized as TH!NKFilm) was a U.S. film distribution company founded in September 2001. It had been a division of David Bergstein’s Capitol Films since 2006.

On October 5, 2010, five of Bergstein's companies in the film industry, Capitol Films, ThinkFilm, R2D2, CT-1 and Capco were forced into Chapter 11 bankruptcy by a group of creditors led by the Aramid Entertainment film investment fund seeking payment for outstanding debts of $16 million.[1]

This led to a Hollywood legal battle involving Bergstein, his financial partner, Ronald Tudor, the creditors and various lawyers and companies in the industry.[2][3][4][5][6]

Films distributed[edit]

Title Release date
Love in the Time of Money November 1, 2002
Overnight June 12, 2003
Primer October 8, 2004
The Assassination of Richard Nixon December 29, 2004
When Do We Eat? April 7, 2006
Down in the Valley May 5, 2006
Loverboy June 16, 2006
Strangers with Candy June 28, 2006
Half Nelson September 22, 2006
Keeping Mum October 6, 2006
Tideland October 27, 2006
Candy November 17, 2006
10 Items or Less December 1, 2006
Off the Black December 8, 2006
The Hottest State August 24, 2007
Before the Devil Knows You're Dead October 26, 2007
The Walker December 7, 2007
Taxi to the Dark Side January 18, 2008
The Air I Breathe January 25, 2008
Alpha Male March 18, 2008
My Brother Is an Only Child March 28, 2008
Then She Found Me April 25, 2008
The Tracey Fragments May 9, 2008
Noise
Stuck May 30, 2008
Encounters at the End of the World June 11, 2008
Roman Polanski: Wanted and Desired July 11, 2008
Good December 31, 2008
Incendiary February 6, 2009
Phoebe in Wonderland March 6, 2009

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