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Topic - Miramax
Miramax Films is an art-house/independent film production company that both produced and distributed films including foreign films over its 31-year history. For its first 14 years the company was privately owned by its founders, Bob and Harvey Weinstein. In 1993 the company was acquired by The Walt Disney Company. - Source: Wikipedia
Miramax CEO Mike Lang is stepping down, signaling that the award-winning studio founded by Bob and Harvey Weinstein is heading in a new direction.
It turns out the Weinstein brothers haven't lost touch with the Miramax movie studio despite not being able to buy it.