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Lionsgate Films

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In addition to its flagship Lionsgate Films division, which generated the seventh-highest gross revenue in North America in 2015, the company contains other divisions such as Lionsgate Television and Lionsgate Interactive.
Lionsgate Films (formerly known as Cinépix Film Properties) is an American film production and film distribution studio, headquartered in Santa Monica and founded in Canada, and is the flagship division of Lionsgate Entertainment.

Frank Giustra

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Lionsgate was formed in 1997 by Frank Giustra with a $16 million investment including another $40 million from other investors which included Keyur Patel and Yorkton Securities' executives such as G. Scott Paterson.
Frank Giustra (born August 1957) is a Canadian businessman, mining financier and philanthropist, who also founded Lionsgate Entertainment.

Debmar-Mercury

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It owns a variety of subsidiaries such as Summit Entertainment, Debmar-Mercury, and Starz Inc.
Debmar-Mercury is a television syndication company that is a wholly owned subsidiary of Lionsgate, and was formed from a merger of Debmar Studios and Mercury Entertainment in 2006.

G. Scott Paterson

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Lionsgate was formed in 1997 by Frank Giustra with a $16 million investment including another $40 million from other investors which included Keyur Patel and Yorkton Securities' executives such as G. Scott Paterson.
Today, Paterson's business efforts are devoted between leadership roles at Symbility Solutions and Lions Gate Entertainment Corporation.

Mandalay Pictures

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In 1998, Lionsgate helped Guber form Mandalay Pictures with a 45% investment in Mandalay.
From 1997 until 2002, Lionsgate Entertainment owned a stake in Mandalay Pictures until Lionsgate gave up rights to own Mandalay Pictures.

Lionsgate Television

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In addition to its flagship Lionsgate Films division, which generated the seventh-highest gross revenue in North America in 2015, the company contains other divisions such as Lionsgate Television and Lionsgate Interactive.
Lionsgate Television is the television division of Lions Gate Entertainment, an American entertainment company.

North Shore Studios

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The company bought a number of small production facilities and distributors, starting with Montreal-based Cinépix Film Properties (renamed as Lions Gate Films) and North Shore Studios (renamed Lions Gate Studios) in Vancouver, British Columbia.
Acquired by Bosa Developments in 2006, it was previously part of Lions Gate Entertainment and was then known as Lionsgate Studios.

Starz Inc.

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It owns a variety of subsidiaries such as Summit Entertainment, Debmar-Mercury, and Starz Inc. On February 11, 2015, John C. Malone swapped a 4.5% stake with 14.5% of the voting power in Starz Inc. for 3.4% of Lionsgate's shares while joining the company's board of directors.
On December 8, 2016, it became a subsidiary of Lionsgate.

Jon Feltheimer

Additional acquisition funding arrived in January 2000 as a $33.1 million investment from an investor group that included Paul Allen, former Sony Pictures executive Jon Feltheimer, German broadcasting company Tele-Munchen, and SBS Broadcasting SA.
Jon Feltheimer (born September 2, 1951) is the Chief Executive Officer of Lions Gate Entertainment and has held that position since 2000.

Artisan Entertainment

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On December 15, 2003, Lionsgate acquired Artisan Entertainment for $220 million.
It was considered one of the largest mini-major film studios until it was purchased by later mini-major film studio Lions Gate Entertainment in 2003.

Maple Pictures

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On April 13, 2005, Lionsgate spun off its Canadian distribution unit into a new distribution unit called Maple Pictures under the direction of two former Lionsgate executives, Brad Pelman and Laurie May. Lionsgate sold off its Canadian distribution unit, Maple Pictures, in September 2011 to Alliance Films.
It was formed on April 13, 2005 when Lionsgate demerged to two companies—Lions Gate Entertainment and Maple Pictures (formerly Lionsgate Films).

Roadside Attractions

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On July 26, 2007, Lionsgate bought a partial stake in independent film distribution company Roadside Attractions.
Lionsgate bought a portion of Roadside in 2007.

Mandate Pictures

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On September 10, 2007, Lionsgate bought Mandate Pictures for $56.3 million, $44.3 million in cash and $12 million in stock, and taking on $6.6 million of Mandate's debt.
Mandate Pictures was a full-service film production and financing company acquired by Lionsgate in 2007.

History of Pop (American TV channel)

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In May 2009, Lionsgate sold a 49% stake in TV Guide Network and website to One Equity Partners under pressure from shareholder Carl Icahn.
Following the acquisition of TV Guide Network by Lionsgate in 2009, its programming began to shift towards a general entertainment format with reruns of dramas and sitcoms.

Pantelion Films

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On September 13, 2010, Lionsgate and Televisa formed a joint venture, Pantelion Films, to produce for the next five years eight to 10 films a year targeted for the U.S. Latino market.
It is backed by Televisa and Lionsgate.

Trimark Pictures

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In June, Lionsgate acquired Trimark Holdings, Inc. for approximately $50 million in stock and cash including taking on $36 million in debt.
In 2000, Trimark merged with Lions Gate Entertainment in which Amin became the single largest shareholder.

The Hunger Games: Catching Fire

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On December 23, 2013, Lionsgate announced they have crossed over $1 billion domestically and internationally for the 2nd year in a row with the success of The Hunger Games: Catching Fire, Now You See Me, Instructions Not Included, and Kevin Hart: Let Me Explain.
The film is the sequel to The Hunger Games (2012) and the second installment in The Hunger Games film series, produced by Nina Jacobson and Jon Kilik, with co-production by Lionsgate Films and distributed by Lionsgate Entertainment.

Pop (American TV channel)

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In January 2009, Lionsgate purchased TV Guide Network and TVGuide.com from Rovi for $255 million cash.
Following the acquisition of TV Guide Network by Lionsgate in 2009, its programming began to shift towards a general entertainment format with reruns of dramas and sitcoms.

Lionsgate Premiere

On April 1, 2015, according to Deadline, Lionsgate announced it has created its new label, Lionsgate Premiere.
On April 1, 2015, Lionsgate confirmed they had launched a new speciality division to release films theatrically, through video on demand and streaming services and streaming platforms.

John C. Malone

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On February 11, 2015, John C. Malone swapped a 4.5% stake with 14.5% of the voting power in Starz Inc. for 3.4% of Lionsgate's shares while joining the company's board of directors.
Malone is now chairman and largest voting shareholder of Liberty Media, Liberty Global, and Qurate Retail Group (formerly known as Liberty Interactive), and also owns 7% of Lionsgate and Starz Inc..

Fearnet

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On April 14, 2014, Comcast acquired the remaining stakes in Fearnet from LGF and Sony Pictures Entertainment.
It was originally operated as a joint venture between Comcast, Lions Gate Entertainment, and Sony Pictures Entertainment.

Relativity Media

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In April, Relativity Media signed with Lionsgate for a 5 picture per year multi-year film distribution.
On the same year, the Studio made a deal with Lionsgate under which they released "Brothers", "Season of the Witch" and "The Spy Next Door".

Pilgrim Studios

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On November 12, 2015, Lionsgate created a partnership with Armenian American television producer Craig Piligian when the studio acquired more than 50% of his Pilgrim Studios company worth $200 million.
On November 12, 2015, Lions Gate Entertainment created a partnership with Piligian when the studio acquired more than 50% of Pilgrim Studios for $200 million.

Michael Burns (executive)

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Lionsgate Vice Chairman Michael Burns has stated in an interview with CNBC that Lionsgate is mostly interested in merging with CBS and Viacom.
Michael Raymond Burns (born August 21, 1958) is an American entertainment executive and Vice Chairman of Lionsgate, a film studio and global content platform.

Alliance Films

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Lionsgate sold off its Canadian distribution unit, Maple Pictures, in September 2011 to Alliance Films.
On June 24, 2011, Alliance Films bought Maple Pictures from Lionsgate for a sum of 38.5 million dollars before Alliance was folded into Entertainment One in early 2013.