|Founded||July 21, 1995|
Jim Henson Pictures was an American film studio owned by The Jim Henson Company and led by Brian and Lisa Henson. It was originally founded on July 21, 1995, by Brian Henson as a joint venture between Jim Henson Productions and Sony Pictures Entertainment.
The studio closed in 2004 after partnership ended with Brian Henson & Sony Pictures.
Jim Henson Pictures was founded in 1995 by Brian Henson as the joint venture between Sony Pictures Entertainment and The Jim Henson Company.
|Title||Release date||Production partners||Distributor|
|Buddy||June 6, 1997||Sony Pictures Releasing|
|Muppets from Space||July 14, 1999||Columbia Pictures|
|The Adventures of Elmo in Grouchland||October 1, 1999|
|Rat||October 6, 2000 (UK)||Universal Pictures||Universal Focus|
|Good Boy!||October 10, 2003||Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer||MGM Distribution Co. (United States)|
20th Century Fox (Canada/International)
|Five Children and It||October 15, 2004 (UK)
October 20, 2004 (FRA)
July 5, 2005 (USA)
|Pathé Distribution (United Kingdom)|
Warner Home Video (United States)
Metropolitan Filmexport (France)
Capitol Films (international)
|MirrorMask||January 25, 2005 (Sundance)
September 30, 2005 (USA)
March 3, 2006 (UK)
|Destination Films||Samuel Goldwyn Films|