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Focus Features
Type Subsidiary of Universal Pictures
Division of NBCUniversal (a division of Comcast & General Electric)
Industry Film
Founded 1992 as Gramercy Pictures, 1999 as USA Films, 2001 as Focus Features
Headquarters Universal City, California, United States
Products Motion pictures
Owner(s) MCA (1992–1997)
Philips (1992-1998)
Seagram (1997–2000)
Vivendi (2000–2011)
NBCUniversal (original, 2004–present)
General Electric (original, 2008–present)
Comcast (current, 2011–present)
Parent Universal Pictures
Subsidiaries Good Machine
Website http://www.focusfeatures.com

Focus Features (formerly USA Films, Universal Focus, Good Machine, Gramercy Pictures and October Films) is the art house films division of NBCUniversal, and acts as both a producer and distributor for its own films and a distributor for foreign films.

Focus was formed from the 2002 divisional merger of USA Films, Universal Focus and Good Machine. USA Films was created by Barry Diller in 1999 by combining October Films, Rogue and Gramercy Pictures. Vivendi sold the studio, among other entertainment assets, to GE in 2004 to form NBCUniversal.

Contents

  Distributors

  Australia

  • Roadshow Entertainment
  • Icon Film Distribution
  • Universal Pictures

  UK

  • Momentum Pictures
  • Entertainment Film Distributors
  • Universal Pictures
  • Pathe

Focus' most successful release in North America to date is Brokeback Mountain (2005), which earned $83,043,761 at the North American box office. However, this is not counting the domestic total of Traffic (2000), which earned $124,107,477 under the USA Films banner. Focus' most successful international release is Burn After Reading (2008), which earned $161,128,228 in gross revenue.[1][2][3] The animated film Coraline (which Focus did not produce, but did distribute) was also highly profitable for the company. Although suffering its share of unsuccessful releases, Focus has been consistently profitable, and its international sales arm (unusual among studio specialty film divisions) allows it to receive the foreign as well as domestic revenues from its releases.[4]

  Films

Year Film Release Date Academy Awards Golden Awards Budget Box Office Studio
1999 I Want You June 4 USA Films
Universal Focus
Good Machine
Autumn Tale July 9
The Muse August 27 $15 million
Black Cat, White Cat September 10 $4.5 million $351,447 (USA only)
Sugar Town September 17 $250,000 $178,095
Lucie Aubrac September 17
Plunkett & Macleane October 15 $474,900
Being John Malkovich October 15
  • 3 Nominations
    • Best Director: Jonze
    • Best Screenplay – Original
    • Best Supporting Actress: Keener
$13 million $32,382,381
Rosetta November 5
Ride with the Devil November 24 $38 million $635,096
Agnes Browne December 3
Topsy-Turvy December 15
  • 2 Wins
    • Best Costume Design
    • Best Makeup
  • 2 Nominations
    • Best Art Direction
    • Best Screenplay – Original
$20 million $6,201,757
2000 Rear Window January 21
Pitch Black February 18 $23 million $53,187,659
Condo Painting March 10
Waking the Dead March 24 $8.5 million (est.) $327,418
Joe Gould's Secret April 7 $468,684
Where the Money Is April 14
The Idiots April 28
Up at the Villa May 5
Boricua's Bond June 21

Indie Award Winning Director & Producers: Val Lik (Director) Greg Scheinman, Robyn Karp, Eugene Haynes & Jack Da Silva (Producers)

Blood Simple July 7 $1.5 million $4,218,701
Alice and Martin July 21 9.140.000 € $3,005,295
Wonderland July 28
Mad About Mambo August 4 $65,283 (Domestic)
Nurse Betty September 8
  • 1 Win
$25 million $29,360,400
Billy Elliot October 13
  • 3 Nominations
    • Best Director: Daldry
    • Best Screenplay – Original
    • Best Supporting Actress: Walters
  • 2 Nominations
    • Best Film, Drama
    • Best Supporting Actress: Walters
£3 million ($5 mil) £72,853,509 ($109,280,263)
Loving Jezebel October 27
A Room for Romeo Brass October 27
Traffic December 27
  • 4 Wins
    • Best Director: Soderbergh
    • Best Editing
    • Best Screenplay – Adapted
    • Best Supporting Actor: del Toro
  • 1 Nomination
    • Best Film
  • 2 Wins
    • Best Screenplay
    • Best Supporting Actor: del Toro
  • 3 Nominations
$46 million $207,515,725
2001 In the Mood for Love (Fa yeung nin wa) February 2 $12,854,953
Series 7 March 2
The Caveman's Valentine March 2 $13.5 million $687,194
Beautiful Creatures April 6
One Night at McCool's April 21 $18 million $14,473,370
Rat April 27
The Long Run May 4
Pavilion of Women May 4
Bloody Angels May 25
The Man Who Cried May 25 $1,790,840
Whatever Happened to Harold Smith? June 15
Strictly Sinatra June 22
Pandaemonium June 29
Wet Hot American Summer July 27 $1.8 million $295,206 (USA)
Session 9 August 10 $1.5 million
Maybe Baby August 24 $20,501
The Man Who Wasn't There October 31
  • 1 Nomination
    • Best Cinematography
  • 3 Nominations
    • Best Actor, Drama: Thornton
    • Best Film, Drama
    • Best Screenplay
$20 million $18,916,623
Gosford Park December 26
  • 1 Win
    • Best Screenplay – Original
  • 5 Nominations
    • Best Art Direction
    • Best Costume Design
    • Best Director: Altman
    • Best Film
    • Best Supporting Actress: Mirren
    • Best Supporting Actress: Smith
  • 1 Win
  • 4 Nominations
    • Best Film, Musical/Comedy
    • Best Screenplay
    • Best Supporting Actress: Mirren
    • Best Supporting Actress: Smith
$19.8 million $87,754,044
2002 Monsoon Wedding February 22 1 nomination
  • Nomination
    • Best Foreign Language Film
NR 7,000,000 US$ 30,787,356
Never Again July 12 Focus Features
The Kid Stays in the Picture July 26
Possession August 16 $25 million $14,815,898
8 Women (8 femmes) September 20 €8,000,000 (estimated) $42,426,583
Far from Heaven November 8
  • 4 Nominations
    • Best Actress: Moore
    • Best Cinematography
    • Best Original Score
    • Best Screenplay – Original
  • 4 Nominations
    • Best Actress, Drama: Moore
    • Best Original Score
    • Best Screenplay
    • Best Supporting Actor: Quaid
$13.5 million $29,027,914
The Pianist December 27
  • 3 Wins
    • Best Actor: Brody
    • Best Director: Polanski
    • Best Screenplay – Adapted
  • 4 Nominations
    • Best Cinematography
    • Best Costume Design
    • Best Editing
    • Best Film
  • 2 Nomination
    • Best Actor, Drama: Brody
    • Best Film, Drama
$35 million $120,072,577
2003 Deliver Us From Eva February 7 $22,573,594
The Guys April 4
The Shape of Things May 9 $4 million $735,992
My Little Eye June 6 $3 million
Swimming Pool July 2 $7.8 million $22,441,323
Lost in Translation September 12
  • 1 Win
    • Best Screenplay – Original
  • 3 Nominations
  • 3 Wins
    • Best Actor, Musical/Comedy: Murray
    • Best Film, Musical/Comedy
    • Best Screenplay
  • 2 Nominations
$4 million $119,723,856
Sylvia October 17
21 Grams November 21
  • 2 Nominations
$20 million $60,427,839
2004 Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind March 19
  • 1 Win
    • Best Screenplay – Original
  • 1 Nomination
  • 4 Nominations
    • Best Actor, Musical/Comedy: Carrey
    • Best Actress, Musical/Comedy: Winslet
    • Best Film, Musical/Comedy
    • Best Screenplay
$20 million $72,258,126
Ned Kelly March 26 $6,585,516
The Door in the Floor July 14 $7.5 million $6,715,067
Vanity Fair September 1 $23 million $19,463,185
The Motorcycle Diaries (Los diarios de motocicleta) September 24
  • 1 Win
    • Best Original Song
  • 1 Nomination
    • Best Screenplay – Adapted
  • 1 Nomination
    • Best Foreign Language Film
2005 Rory O'Shea Was Here February 4 $23,844
Unleashed May 13 $45 million $50,871,113
My Summer of Love June 17 £1.7 million £1,527,370.752 (US$2,766,976 in 2005 exchange rates)
Broken Flowers August 5 $10 million $46,720,491
The Constant Gardener August 31
  • 1 Win
    • Best Supporting Actress: Weisz
  • 3 Nominations
    • Best Editing
    • Best Original Score
    • Best Screenplay – Adapted
  • 1 Win
    • Best Supporting Actress: Weisz
  • 2 Nominations
$25 million $82,466,670
Pride & Prejudice November 11
  • 4 Nominations
    • Best Actress: Knightley
    • Best Art Direction
    • Best Costume Design
    • Best Original Score
  • 2 Nominations
    • Best Actress, Musical/Comedy: Knightley
    • Best Film, Musical/Comedy
$28 million $121,147,947
The Ice Harvest November 23 $16 million $9,016,782
Brokeback Mountain December 9
  • 3 Wins
    • Best Director: Lee
    • Best Original Score
    • Best Screenplay – Adapted
  • 5 Nominations
  • 4 Wins
    • Best Director: Lee
    • Best Film, Drama
    • Best Original Song
    • Best Screenplay
  • 3 Nominations
    • Best Actor, Drama: Ledger
    • Best Original Score
    • Best Supporting Actress: Williams
$14 million $178,062,759
2006 Something New February 3 $11,483,669
Brick March 31 $475,000 $3,919,254
On a Clear Day April 7
Silent Hill (International distribution only) April 21 $50 million $97,607,453
Scoop July 28 $4 million $39,215,642
Hollywoodland September 8
  • 1 Nomination
$14 million
The Ground Truth September 15
Catch a Fire October 27 $14 million
2007 Evening June 29 $30 million $20,016,753
Talk to Me July 20 $4,778,376
Eastern Promises September 14
  • 3 Nominations
    • Best Actor, Drama: Mortensen
    • Best Film, Drama
    • Best Original Score
£25 million $56,106,607
Lust, Caution (Se, jie) September 28
  • 1 Nomination
    • Best Foreign Language Film
$15 million $67,091,915
Reservation Road October 19 $1,783,190
Dan in Real Life October 26 $25 million (estimated) $68,377,859
Atonement December 7
  • 1 Win
    • Best Original Score
  • 6 Nominations
    • Best Art Direction
    • Best Cinematography
    • Best Costume Design
    • Best Film
    • Best Screenplay – Adapted
    • Best Supporting Actress: Ronan
  • 2 Wins
    • Best Film, Drama
    • Best Original Score
  • 5 Nominations
$30 million $129,266,061
2008 In Bruges February 8
  • 1 Nomination
    • Best Screenplay – Original
  • 1 Wins
    • Best Actor, Musical/Comedy: Farell
  • 2 Nominations
    • Best Actor, Musical/Comedy: Gleeson
    • Best Film, Musical/Comedy
$15 million $33,394,440
Be Kind Rewind February 22 $20 million $30,575,373
The Other Boleyn Girl February 29 $35 million $77,713,866
Miss Pettigrew Lives for a Day March 7 $16,724,933
Hamlet 2 August 22 $9 million $4,925,288
Burn After Reading September 26
  • 2 Nominations
    • Best Actress, Musical/Comedy: McDormand
    • Best Screenplay
$37 million $161,128,228
Milk November 26
  • 2 Wins
    • Best Actor: Sean Penn
    • Best Screenplay – Original
  • 6 Nominations
    • Best Costume Design
    • Best Director: Van Sant
    • Best Editing
    • Best Film
    • Best Original Score
    • Best Supporting Actor: Brolin
  • 1 Nomination
    • Best Actor, Drama: Penn
$20 million $54,501,383
2009 Coraline February 6
  • 1 Nomination
    • Best Animated Feature
$60 million $124,596,398
The Limits of Control May 22 $1,395,030
Sin Nombre March 20 $5,101,756
Away We Go June 5 $17 million $14,899,417
Taking Woodstock August 14 $30 million $9,930,139
9 September 9
  • 5 Nominations
    • Best Production Design in a Feature Production
    • Outstanding Animation in an Animated Feature Motion Picture
    • Best Animated Film
  • 2 Wins
    • Best Animated Effects in a Feature Production
    • Producer of the Year in Animated Motion Picture
$30 million $48,428,063
A Serious Man October 2
  • 2 Nominations
    • Best Film
    • Best Original Screenplay
  • 1 Nomination
$7 million $31,312,437
2010 Greenberg March 19 (NY, LA); March 26 (Wide) $6,153,967
Babies (Bébé(s)) May 7
The Kids Are All Right July 9
  • 4 Nominations
    • Best Film
    • Best Actress: Bening
    • Best Supporting Actor: Ruffalo
    • Best Original Screenplay
  • 2 Wins
    • Best Film, Musical/Comedy
    • Best Actress, Musical/Comedy: Bening
  • 2 Nominations
    • Best Actress, Musical/Comedy: Moore
    • Best Screenplay
$4 million $34,705,850
The American September 1 $20 million $67,876,281
It's Kind of a Funny Story October 8 $8 million $6,491,240
Somewhere December 22 $7 million $13,936,909
2011 The Eagle February 11 $25 million $36,054,706
Jane Eyre March 11
  • 1 Nomination
    • Best Costume Design
$32,153,173
Hanna April 8 $30 million $63,782,078
Beginners June 3
  • 1 Win
$3.2 million $14,227,969
One Day August 19 $15 million $55,853,428
The Debt August 31 $20 million $45,636,368
Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy (North American distribution only) December 9 (Limited); January 6 (Wide)
  • 3 Nominations
    • Best Actor: Oldman
    • Best Adapted Screenplay
    • Best Original Score
$21 million $61,565,960
Pariah December 28 less than $500,000 [5] $664,000 [6]
2012 Being Flynn March 2
Moonrise Kingdom May 25
ParaNorman August 17
Seeking A Friend for the End of the World June 22
Anna Karenina November 9
2013 The World's End (American distributon only) To be announced

In addition to all these, Focus Features owns the backlog of predecessor October Films, USA Films and Gramercy Pictures' in-house productions, as well as some rights to the 1974 film The Return of the Pink Panther (with the main exception of domestic theatrical, television, and internet distribution, still held by its original distributor, United Artists via sister company MGM), and most of the Savoy Pictures backlog, including Serial Mom.

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