Creator / The Weinstein Company
An independent American film studio founded by brothers Harvey and Bob Weinstein in 2005 after the pair left the then-Disney-owned Miramax Films. The Dimension Films label of Miramax followed the brothers to their new company.

The company is infamous for often taking creative control from directors, delaying films, giving them the Invisible Advertising treatment, and releasing mostly flops (though their fortunes have improved with back-to-back Best Picture winners The King's Speech and The Artist). Their biggest success to date is Quentin Tarantino's Django Unchained, released in 2012.

The company also has sub-labels Dimension Films (for B-movie fare) and Radius (for fare given theatrical and VOD releases, similar to Magnolia and IFC Films).

In October 2017, Harvey was fired from the company after numerous simmering allegations of sexual misconduct, ranging from verbal harassment to violent rape, eventually exploded into the mainstream following a New York Times article. It was initially suspected that the company would be sold off to someone else or renamed, but in February 2018, the Weinsteins confirmed that the company would declare bankruptcy after sales talks fell through with potential buyers, only being saved from bankruptcy proceedings by the confirmation that an investor group led by a former Obama administration official who had been the top contender would indeed follow through with the proposed deal. Harvey himself would eventually become the poster child of sexual predators in Hollywood, with his fall from grace leading to a chain of events that would engulf several other actors, producers, writers, and directors in Hollywood (along with figures in the news and sports businesses) over the course of subsequent months in a chain of events dubbed "The Weinstein Effect".

Films released by The Weinstein Company: