Cinecom Pictures

Cinecom International Films
Industry Independent film production and distribution
Fate Bankruptcy
Founded 1982[1]
Defunct 1991
Headquarters New York City
Key people Founders Ira Deutchman, Amir Malin and John Ives[1]

Cinecom Pictures was an independent film company founded in 1982 by Ira Deutchman (a former member of United Artists Classics), Amir Malin and John Ives.[1] Its first release was Robert Altman's Come Back to the Five and Dime, Jimmy Dean, Jimmy Dean.[2]

The company also distributed The Brother from Another Planet and Salaam Bombay!. Its highest-grossing release was 1985's A Room with a View.[3] It closed down in 1991 after it filed for bankruptcy.

Selected films released


External links

  • Internet Movie Database
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