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Sony Pictures Entertainment (SPE) is a subsidiary of Sony Entertainment Inc., which is a subsidiary of Tokyo-based Sony Corporation, and includes the following groups:
  • Columbia TriStar Motion Picture Group
    • Columbia TriStar Motion Picture Group

      Columbia TriStar Motion Picture Group (CTMPG) encompasses Columbia Pictures, TriStar Pictures, Sony Pictures Classics and Screen Gems in addition to releasing groups, Sony Pictures Releasing and Sony Pictures Releasing International. Internationally, motion picture operations include Columbia Pictures Film Production Asia (Hong Kong), Columbia Films Producciones Espanolas (Madrid), Columbia Pictures Producciones Mexico (Mexico City) and additional operations in the United Kingdom, Brazil and Japan. The company's total motion picture library, with more than 3,500 titles includes 12 Best Picture Academy Award® winners.

  • Sony Pictures Digital Productions
    • Sony Pictures Digital Productions

      Sony Pictures Digital Productions is the digital production arm of Sony Pictures Entertainment (SPE). There are seven main businesses within Sony Pictures Digital Productions: Sony Pictures Animation, Sony Pictures Imageworks, Colorworks, Sony Pictures Post Production Services, Worldwide Product Fulfillment, Studio Operations and Asset Management.

      • Sony Pictures Animation is responsible for the creative development and shepherding of animated projects, and includes filmmakers, story and visual development artists.
      • Sony Pictures Imageworks is the Academy Award-winning, state-of-the-art digital effects studio specializing in visual effects and dynamic creature and character animation.
      • Colorworks is a digital intermediate facility which provides color grading, mastering, restoration, real-time 4K processing in a full digital workflow and related services for film and television worldwide.
      • Sony Pictures Post Production Services was built for filmmakers by Post Production professionals and is one of the largest, full service post production facilities in Hollywood.
      • Worldwide Product Fulfillment (WPF) is responsible for overseeing the fulfillment of Sony Pictures theatrical and television content to distributors, broadcasters and retailers around the world.
      • Studio Operations manages Sony Pictures Studios’ 18 sound stages, more than 200,000 square feet of production and term deal offices along with production support departments including Lighting and Grip, Property and Set Dressing, Wardrobe and Transportation.
      • Asset Management creates, manages, and protects SPE’s intellectual property assets (film, video, audio and digital resources) through asset protection and preservation services, global inventory management and distribution, restoration and archiving.
  • Sony Pictures Home Entertainment
    • Sony Pictures Home Entertainment

      Sony Pictures Home Entertainment distributes Sony Pictures produced and third-party acquired theatrical and non-theatrical product on Blu-ray disc, DVD, UMD and other digital media globally. Among the more than 3,500 titles in SPHE’s catalog are the Spider-Man and Men In Black franchises, The Smurfs, 21 Jump Street, the Seinfeld TV series and film classics on Blu-ray such as Lawrence of Arabia, Taxi Driver and Close Encounters of the Third Kind.

  • Sony Pictures Studios
    • Sony Pictures Studios

      The company's main lot in Culver City, CA features 22 sound stages ranging in size from more than 7,600 square feet to the world’s second-largest stage at roughly 43,000 square feet. The studio lot provides integrated digital capabilities to create and deliver content across existing and emerging media and markets.

  • Sony Pictures Television
    • Sony Pictures Television SPE's television operations trace their history to the founding of Screen Gems in 1948, the first television business created by a major Hollywood studio. Currently, television operations produce or distribute approximately 60 programs worldwide, spanning all formats and genres. As home to an extensive library of TV programs and motion pictures, the company also grants licensing rights to customers which include U.S. and international broadcast and cable networks, U.S. local television stations and digital services. Sony Pictures Television (SPT) has formed or invested in international networks with 124 channel feeds in 159 countries reaching approximately 736 million households worldwide. SPT also produces local language programming and has licensed SPT-owned formats in approximately 75 countries globally. Additionally, SPT operates Crackle.com, a premium video website, featuring high quality original content, TV shows and feature films from the studio's library.