Miramax (also known as Miramax Films, stylized as MIRAMAX) is an American entertainment company known for producing and distributing films and television shows. It is headquartered in Santa Monica, California. Miramax was founded in 1979 by Bob and Harvey Weinstein, and was a leading independent film motion picture distribution and production company before it was acquired by the Walt Disney Company on June 30, 1993. Shortly thereafter, Pulp Fiction was released. The Weinsteins operated Miramax with more creative and financial independence than any other division of Disney, until September 30, 2005 when they decided to leave the company and founded The Weinstein Company. Miramax was sold by Disney to Filmyard Holdings, a joint venture of Colony Capital, Tutor-Saliba Corporation, and Qatar Investment Authority, in 2010, ending Disney's 17-year ownership of the studio. In 2016, ownership was transferred to beIN Media Group.
- Tom and Jerry: The Movie (1992) (distribution only; produced by Turner Entertainment, WMG, and Film Roman, co-distributed by LIVE Entertainment in the US and Turner Pictures outside of the US)
- Sarafina (1992) (co-production with BBC Films and Hollywood Pictures; Released under the Warner Bros. United Kingdom/Brazil/International banner; Buena Vista Pictures owns North American rights)
- Addicted to Love (1997) (co-production with Warner Bros. and Outlaw Productions)
- Welcome to Sarajevo (1997) (co-production with Warner Bros.; Released under the Warner Bros. Non-US/Brazilian/International banner; Miramax owns North American rights)
- The Aviator (2004) (co-production with Warner Bros. and Intermedia Films; Miramax owns rights)