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This is a list of films released by Miramax Films.

1980sEdit

Title Release Date Notes Budget Gross
Goodbye Emmanuelle [1] December 15, 1977
Rockshow November 1980
Spaced Out [2] 1981
The Burning 1981 $1,500,000
The Secret Policeman's Other Ball (US version) [3] 1982
Eréndira' [4] 1983
Édith et Marcel 1984
Playing for Keeps 1986 (produced by Miramax but distributed by Universal Pictures) $2.669 million
Working Girls 1986
The Thin Blue Line 1988(distributor) $1,209,846
Yellow Pages 1988
Sex, Lies, and Videotape 1989 (distributor)$1.2 million$24,741,700
My Left Foot 1989 (produced by Granada Television)
The Tall Guy 1989 (produced by London Weekend Television and Working Title Films) $14,743,391

1990Edit

Title Release Date Budget Gross
Mr. and Mrs. Bridge 1990
The Cook, the Thief, His Wife & Her Lover 1990 $7,724,701
The Grifters 1990 $13,446,769
The Lemon Sisters 1990$15,000,000$3,473,905

1991Edit

Title Release Date Notes Budget Gross
A Rage in Harlem 1991 $8 million$10.4 million
Hear My Song 1991
Madonna: Truth or Dare 1991 $4.5 million$29,012,935
The Pope Must Die 1991(co-production with FilmFour and Palace Pictures) £2.5 million

1992Edit

Title Release Date Notes Budget Gross
Bob Roberts 1992(co-production with Paramount Pictures, PolyGram Filmed Entertainment and Working Title Films) $4,479,470
Enchanted April 1992(distributor)
Like Water for Chocolate 1992 $14,027,107
Reservoir Dogs 1992(distributor) (co-production with LIVE America)$1.2 million$14,661,007
The Crying Game 1992(distributor) (co-production with Palace Pictures and Channel Four Films)£2.3 million$62,548,947
Strictly Ballroom 1992 $3 million$11,738,022
Into the West 1992
Godzilla vs. Biollante 1992 $5,000,000
Sarafina! 1992(co-production with Hollywood Pictures) $7,306,242

1993Edit

Acquisition of Miramax by The Walt Disney Company

Title Release Date Notes Budget Gross
Just Another Girl on the I.R.T. 1993
Tom and Jerry: The Movie 1993(distributor)$3.5 million$3,560,469
A Far Off Place 1993(co-production with Walt Disney Pictures) $12,890,752
The Innocent 1993
The Night We Never Met 1993
Deception 1993
The Piano 1993(co-production with Ciby 2000)$7 million$40,157,856

1994Edit

Title Release Date Notes Budget Gross
Bullets Over Broadway 1994 $20 million$13,383,747
Camilla 1994
Clerks 1994 $27,575 $230,000 (post)$3,151,130
The Crow 1994 $23,000,000$144,000,000
Exotica 1994 CAD 2 million$5,046,118
Fresh 1994 $3,500,000$8,094,616
Little Buddha 1994 $4,858,139
Loaded 1994
Mother's Boys 1994
The NeverEnding Story III: Escape from Fantasia 1994
Prêt-à-Porter 1994 $11,300,653
Pulp Fiction 1994 $8.5 million$212.9 million
Queen Margot 1994 DEM 42,000,000$2,017,346
Through the Olive Trees 1994(distributor)
Tom & Viv 1994

1995Edit

Title Release Date Notes Budget Gross
A Month by the Lake
Smoke
Blue in the Face
Cry, The Beloved Country
The Englishman Who Went Up a Hill But Came Down a Mountain
Four Rooms
Victory
Fresa y Chocolate
Georgia
Halloween: The Curse of Michael Myers
Il Postino
Kids $1.5 million$7,412,216
Dead Man
Lie Down with Dogs
Mighty Aphrodite
Muriel's Wedding
Priest
Restoration
The Crossing Guard
The Crude Oasis
The Glass Shield
The Road Killers
The New Cutey Honey Currently distributed by Walt Disney Pictures
Country Life
The Thief and the Cobbler (theatrically known as Arabian Knight) (distributor)
Things to Do in Denver When You're Dead
Two Bits
Unzipped

1996Edit

1997Edit

Title Release Date Notes Budget Gross
Addicted to Love (co-production with Warner Bros. and Outlaw Productions)
Albino Alligator
Chasing Amy
Cop Land $15 million $44,862,187
Good Will Hunting
Her Majesty, Mrs. Brown
Jackie Brown $12 million$72,673,162
Mimic
The Substance of Fire
The Wings of the Dove
Welcome to Sarajevo
Children of Heaven $180,000$1,628,579

1998Edit

1999Edit

2000sEdit

Title Release Date Notes
Down to You January 21, 2000
Committed April 18, 2000
Hamlet May 12, 2000
Love's Labour's Lost June 9, 2000
Highlander: Endgame September 1, 2000
The Yards October 20, 2000
Bounce November 15, 2000
A Hard Day's Night December 1, 2000 theatrical reissue of 1964 film
All the Pretty Horses December 25, 2000 with Columbia Pictures
Malèna December 25, 2000
Vatel December 25, 2000
Chocolat January 5, 2001
The Taste of Others February 9, 2001
Blow Dry March 7, 2001
Get Over It March 9, 2001
Bridget Jones's Diary April 13, 2001
Calle 54 May 11, 2001
About Adam May 18, 2001
The Son's Room June 8, 2001
Tears of the Black Tiger June 14, 2001 never released, rights sold in 2006 to Magnolia Pictures
The Closet June 29, 2001
Everybody's Famous! June 29, 2001
Apocalypse Now Redux August 3, 2001 re-edit of 1979 film Apocalypse Now
The Others August 10, 2001
Captain Corelli's Mandolin August 17, 2001
The Musketeer September 7, 2001 bought the North America and U.K. distribution rights with Universal Pictures
Serendipity October 5, 2001
On the Line October 26, 2001
Daddy and Them October 26, 2001
Amélie November 16, 2001
Baran December 7, 2001
Behind the Sun December 12, 2001
Pinero December 13, 2001
Iris December 14, 2001 with The BBC Film Finance and IM: Intermedia Films
In the Bedroom December 25, 2001
Kate & Leopold December 25, 2001
Speakeasy 2002
The Shipping News January 11, 2002
Italian for Beginners January 18, 2002
Birthday Girl February 1, 2002
40 Days and 40 Nights March 1, 2002 with Universal Pictures, StudioCanal and Working Title Films
Stolen Summer March 22, 2002
Enigma April 19, 2002 co-production with Broadway Video
Lucky Break April 19, 2002 co-production with Paramount Pictures and FilmFour
The Importance of Being Earnest May 17, 2002
Tadpole August 2, 2002
Full Frontal August 2, 2002
Undisputed August 23, 2002
The Four Feathers September 20, 2002
Heaven October 4, 2002
Comedian October 11, 2002
Naqoyqatsi October 18, 2002
Frida October 25, 2002
Pokémon 4Ever October 25, 2002 3D version distributed by Walt Disney Pictures
Waking Up in Reno October 25, 2002
Ararat November 15, 2002
Rabbit-Proof Fence November 29, 2002 U.S. distributor
Gangs of New York December 20, 2002
Pinocchio December 25, 2002 English dub, distributor
Chicago December 27, 2002 winner of the Academy Award for Best Picture.
Confessions of a Dangerous Mind December 31, 2002
City of God January 17, 2003
The Hours January 24, 2003 with Paramount Pictures
The Quiet American February 7, 2003
Gerry February 14, 2003
View from the Top March 21, 2003
Dysfunktional Family April 4, 2003
People I Know April 25, 2003
Blue Car May 2, 2003
Only the Strong Survive May 9, 2003
Pokémon Heroes May 16, 2003 3D version distributed by Walt Disney Pictures
Jet Lag June 13, 2003
Dirty Pretty Things July 18, 2003
Buffalo Soldiers July 25, 2003
The Magdalene Sisters August 1, 2003
The Battle of Shaker Heights August 22, 2003
Duplex September 26, 2003
The Station Agent October 3, 2003
Kill Bill Volume 1 October 10, 2003
The Human Stain October 31, 2003
Master and Commander: The Far Side of the World November 14, 2003 with 20th Century Fox and Universal Pictures
The Barbarian Invasions November 21, 2003
Cold Mountain December 25, 2003
My Baby's Daddy January 9, 2004
Dirty Dancing: Havana Nights February 27, 2004 with Artisan Entertainment and A Band Apart
Jersey Girl March 26, 2004
Shaolin Soccer April 2, 2004
Ella Enchanted April 9, 2004
I'm Not Scared April 9, 2004
You Can't Stop the Murders April 9, 2004
Kill Bill Volume 2 April 16, 2004
Valentín May 7, 2004
Zatoichi June 4, 2004
Garden State July 28, 2004 with Fox Searchlight Pictures
Hero August 27, 2004
Paper Clips September 8, 2004 distributor
Infernal Affairs September 24, 2004
Shall We Dance? October 15, 2004
Chestnut: Hero Of Central Park October 21, 2004
Bridget Jones: The Edge of Reason November 19, 2004 with Universal Pictures, Studio Canal and Working Title Films
Finding Neverland November 24, 2004
The Chorus December 22, 2004
Darkness December 25, 2004
The Aviator December 25, 2004 co-production with Warner Bros.
Bride & Prejudice February 11, 2005
Cursed February 25, 2005
The Best of Youth March 2, 2005
Dear Frankie March 4, 2005
Hostage March 11, 2005
Twin Sisters May 6, 2005
Cinderella Man June 3, 2005 with Universal Pictures
Deep Blue June 17, 2005 with BBC Worldwide
The Warrior July 15, 2005
Secuestro Express August 5, 2005
The Great Raid August 12, 2005
The Brothers Grimm August 26, 2005
Underclassman September 2, 2005
An Unfinished Life September 9, 2005 co-production with Revolution Studios and The Ladd Company
Daltry Calhoun September 25, 2005
Proof September 30, 2005
Show Me November 4, 2005
Derailed November 11, 2005 with The Weinstein Company
Undertaking Betty November 12, 2005
The Matador December 30, 2005
Tsotsi February 24, 2006
Kinky Boots April 14, 2006
Scary Movie 4 April 14, 2006 with Dimension Films
Keeping Up with the Steins May 12, 2006
The Heart of the Game July 7, 2006
The Night Listener August 4, 2006
Hollywoodland September 8, 2006 with Focus Features
Renaissance September 22, 2006
The Queen October 6, 2006 co-production with Pathé and Granada Productions
Venus December 21, 2006
Breaking and Entering January 26, 2007 co-production with The Weinstein Company, distributed in US theaters by TWC and Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer
The Lookout March 30, 2007 co-production with Spyglass Entertainment
The Hoax April 6, 2007
Yubisaki Milk Tea June 8, 2007 produced by Imagine Entertainment, currently distributed by Touchstone Pictures
The Golden Door June 15, 2007
Eagle vs. Shark June 15, 2007
No. 2 July 27, 2007
Becoming Jane August 10, 2007
Gone Baby Gone October 19, 2007 co-production with The Ladd Company
No Country for Old Men November 21, 2007 with Paramount Vantage; winner of the Academy Award for Best Picture.
The Diving Bell and the Butterfly November 30, 2007
Cutey Honey 1 December 26, 2007 with Walt Disney Pictures, Cinergi Pictures, RKO Pictures, and Marvel Studios
There Will Be Blood December 26, 2007 with Paramount Vantage
Bananas in Pyjamas: The Movie January 11, 2008
City of Men February 29, 2008
Smart People April 11, 2008
Reprise May 16, 2008
Brideshead Revisited July 25, 2008 co-production with Warner Independent Pictures and Recorded Picture Company
Blindness October 3, 2008
Happy-Go-Lucky October 10, 2008 co-production with Summit Entertainment, Ingenious Film Partners and Film4
The Boy in the Striped Pyjamas November 28, 2008 co-production with Heyday Films
Doubt December 25, 2008
Dean Spanley February 21, 2009
Adventureland April 3, 2009
Cheri June 26, 2009
Cutey Honey 2 July 17, 2009 with Walt Disney Pictures, Cinergi Pictures, RKO Pictures, and Marvel Studios
Extract September 4, 2009
The Boys Are Back September 25, 2009
Everybody's Fine December 4, 2009

2010Edit

Title Release Date Notes
Last Night May 6, 2010
The Switch August 20, 2010 Theatrical distributor, co-production with Mandate Pictures
The Tempest December 10, 2010 co-production with Touchstone Pictures

2011Edit

2012Edit

Movies coming soon.

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