CBC Film Company

CBC Film Company

Columbia Pictures

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Logo de Columbia Pictures
Création 1919
Dates clés 1982 : acheté par The Coca-Cola Company

1989 : acheté par Sony

Activité(s) Cinéma
Filiale(s) TriStar Pictures
Site Web www.sonypictures.com/

Columbia Pictures est un studio de cinéma hollywoodien qui a été créé en 1919 par Jack Cohn (1889-1956) et son frère Harry (1891-1958) sous le nom de CBC Film Corporation.

Parmi les grands films de la firme, on peut citer New York-Miami (It Happened One Night, 1934) Gilda (Gilda, 1946), Sur les quais (On the Waterfront, 1954), Lawrence d'Arabie (Lawrence of Arabia, 1962), Shampoo (1975), Rencontres du troisième type (Close Encounters of the Third Kind, 1977), Kramer contre Kramer (Kramer vs. Kramer, 1979) et Le Syndrome chinois (The China Syndrome,1979).

Le logo de la compagnie représente une personnification des États-Unis, Columbia, portant une torche (évoquant ainsi la Statue de la Liberté).


La société est rebaptisée Columbia Pictures en 1924.

Columbia produit de nombreux films de Frank Capra et révèle l'actrice Rita Hayworth.

Columbia Pictures est rachetée en 1982 par The Coca-Cola Company puis en 1989 par Sony pour 5 milliards de dollars.

En 1987, la compagnie crée le studio TriStar Pictures.

Columbia Pictures fait partie depuis 2005 de Sony Pictures Entertainment.


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