|Industry||Independent film production and distribution|
|Headquarters||New York City|
|Founders Ira Deutchman, Amir Malin and John Ives|
Cinecom Pictures was an independent film company founded in 1982 by Ira Deutchman (a former member of United Artists Classics), Amir Malin and John Ives. Its first release was Robert Altman's Come Back to the Five and Dime, Jimmy Dean, Jimmy Dean.
The company also distributed The Brother from Another Planet and Salaam Bombay!. Its highest-grossing release was 1985's A Room with a View. It closed down in 1991 after it filed for bankruptcy, but is sold to PolyGram Filmed Entertainment.