About Us

FilmRise is a film and TV distribution company founded by veteran producer/financiers Danny Fisher, Jack Fisher and Alan Klingenstein. With over 7,500 titles in a wide range of genres, the company’s film acquisitions and releases include HBO’s multiple Emmy®-winning “Going Clear” and the acclaimed documentaries “Janis: Little Girl Blue” and “The Witness.” Television titles include hit series such as Showtime’s Emmy®-winning “Years of Living Dangerously,” and the longest running true crime show on television “Forensic Files.” Titles are in release digitally on Amazon Prime, iTunes, Netflix, Hulu, VUDU, Xbox, Sony PlayStation and other major platforms. FilmRise releases DVD and Blu-ray on Amazon and over 200 online retailers, including Walmart and Barnes & Noble, as well as in retail at Walmart, Best Buy and other big box locations. The company releases titles each month theatrically and on cable pay-per-view. FilmRise licenses its films to numerous television networks, including HBO, Showtime, CNN and PBS. The company releases internationally through Content Media Corporation, which serves as its exclusive international sales agent.

FilmRise’s recent acquisitions include two-time Academy Award®-nominee Julie Delpy’s “Lolo”; “Five Nights in Maine,” starring Oscar®-winner Dianne Wiest, David Oyelowo, and Oscar®-nominee Rosie Perez; the buzzed-about horror-comedy “The Greasy Strangler”; the SXSW documentary “Silicon Cowboys”; the award-winning documentary “Harry & Snowman”; the drone warfare documentary “National Bird” executive produced by Errol Morris and Wim Wenders; Sean Brosnan’s revenge thriller “My Father Die”; the fascinating LSD documentary “The Sunshine Makers;” the Tribeca-premiered chess documentary “Magnus;” the Goya-winning “Truman”; and the critically-acclaimed, explosive Sundance drama, “White Girl.”

FilmRise has raised $52 million in acquisition capital to fund its aggressive acquisition strategy and is acquiring only completed films and TV series.

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