• The Brothers Mcmullen

    The first film ever released by Fox Searchlight Pictures. Won the Grand Jury Prize at the 1995 Sundance Film Festival.

  • Bulworth

    President Barack Obama has remarked that he often wishes he could go “Full Bulworth.”

  • Candy Mountain

    Robert Frank is a giant in 20th Century American art.

  • Call Me By Your Name

  • Cheaper By The Dozen

    “Two Thumbs Up” by Roger Ebert and Richard Roeper, became a box office hit, spawning a successful franchise.

  • Chronicle

    Debut film by Josh Trank, it pushed the boundaries of the “found footage” film into brand new territory.

  • City Of Hope

    John Sayles, the great indie filmmaker, directed a modern American epic. Roger Ebert said: “City of Hope is a powerful film, and an angry one.”

  • Crazy Heart

    Jeff Bridges’ performance earned him the Academy Award for Best Actor, as well as Best Actor prizes from the Los Angeles Film Critics Association, Broadcast Film Critics Association, Golden Globe Awards, Screen Actors Guild and the Independent Spirit Awards.

  • The Crucible

    Arthur Miller’s Masterpiece

  • The Darjeeling Limited

    From the unique Wes Anderson. Won the Little Golden Lion at the Venice Film Festival. New York Times’ A. O. Scott said “a treasure: an odd, flawed, but nonetheless beautifully handmade object.”

  • Date Night

  • The Day After Tomorrow

    Global warming is very very bad.

  • The Day The Earth Stood Still

  • The Deep End

    Premiered in competition at the Sundance Film Festival where English cinematographer Giles Nuttgens won the Best Cinematography award.

  • Diary Of A Wimpy Kid

  • Doctor Dolittle

    Remade one of Fox’s biggest flops, the 1967 Rex Harrison feature, into one of its biggest family hit series.

  • Dodgeball

    Against all odds, grossed more than $167,722,310 worldwide, proving that everyone everywhere thinks getting hit by a rubber ball is funny.

  • Down By Law

    Written & directed by groundbreaking filmmaker Jim Jarmusch. Entered into the 1986 Cannes Film Festival.

  • Down With Love

  • Dr. Seuss’ Horton Hears A Who

    Beautiful bringing to life of the world of Dr. Seuss.

  • Drumline

  • Dude, Where’s My Car?


  • Eat A Bowl Of Tea

  • Eat Drink Man Woman

    The second of four films from acclaimed Director Ang Lee worked on by Rothman. Nominated for Best Foreign Language Oscar.

  • The Edge

  • Entrapment

  • Escape Room

  • The Family Stone

    Golden Globe Award nomination for Sarah Jessica Parker.

  • Fantastic Four

  • Fantastic Mr. Fox

    Nominated for the 2010 Critics Choice Awards for Best Animated Feature, the 2010 Golden Globe Award for Best Animated Feature Film, the 2010 Academy Award for Best Animated Feature and won the Academy Award for Best Original Score.

  • Fever Pitch

  • Flicka

  • Flight Of The Phoenix

  • Flirting

    The emergence of Nicole Kidman as a screen powerhouse.

  • From Hell

  • The Full Monty

    Academy Award nominations for Best Picture, Best Original Screenplay and Best Director for Peter Cattaneo. Won the Oscar for Best Original Music Score. Introduced a new “term of art” into the language worldwide.

  • Garden State

    An official selection of the Sundance Film Festival. Grammy-award winning soundtrack with music picked by writer, director and actor Zach Braff.

  • Girl 6

  • Go Fish

  • The Good Girl

  • Henry V

    The first film Kenneth Branagh either acted in or directed. Yet Branagh was nominated for Academy Awards for both. And introduced Shakespeare on film to modern audiences.

  • Hide And Seek

  • The History Boys

    Nicholas Hytner, the greatest theatrical impresario of his generation, is also a first class film director.

  • Hitchcock

  • Hope And Glory

  • Hope Floats

  • How Stella Got Her Groove Back

  • I Heart Huckabees