Screen Gems is an American film production company owned by Sony Pictures Entertainment, a subsidiary of Japanese multinational conglomerate, Sony Group Corporation. It has served several different purposes for its parent companies over the decades since its incorporation, initially as a cartoon studio, then a television studio, and later on as ...
List of Screen Gems films. This article lists films which have been produced, distributed and/or co-distributed by Screen Gems as well as upcoming releases.
EUE/Screen Gems Ltd. is an American film and television studio that owns and operates facilities in Miami, Florida. The company collaborates with other studios and producers for the development, production, marketing, and distribution of entertainment for feature film, television, and digital content.
Sony Screen Gems movies (82 titles): Love Again (2023), The Pope’s Exorcist (2023), The Haunting In Wicker Park (2023), The Invitation (2022), Don't Breathe 2 (2021), The Unholy (2021).
The "Screen Gems" name was resurrected by Sony Pictures Entertainment on December 8, 1998, as a film division to distribute specific genre and mid-budget film releases, such as horror, thriller, science fiction, as well as films geared towards African-American and youth audiences.
SPE’s Motion Picture Group production organizations include Columbia Pictures, Screen Gems, TriStar Pictures, 3000 Pictures, Sony Pictures Animation, Stage 6 Films, AFFIRM Films, Sony Pictures International Productions, and Sony Pictures Classics.
Screen Gems has been putting out horror, fantasy, thriller and even rom-com movies for 25 years. These are the best.
Screen Gems has a new leader. Ashley Brucks has been named president of the Sony film division, best known for its lower-budgeted genre and comedy fare.
Sony film division Screen Gems, best known for its lower-budgeted genre and comedy fare, is getting a shake-up. Steve Bersch, the division’s president, is stepping down and retiring after a 16 ...
At Screen Gems, Brucks replaces Steve Bersch, who will leave the label when his contract ends in December. The decision was made by the executive, who had been with Sony for more than 15 years ...