Emmett/Furla Films: 15 Years of Steady Growth

Emmett/Furla Films: 15 Years of Steady Growth
1998 — Emmett/Furla founded

1999

October — Release first film, Nickolas Perry’s “Speedway Junky

2001

April — 10-pic distribution and financing deal with Avi Lerner’s Nu Image/Millennium Films

2002

January — Joe Carnahan’s “Narc” (1) earns $10.5 million at box office.

May — Emmett/Furla goes to Cannes for first time.

November — Don Michael Paul thriller “Half Past Dead” (2) with Steven Seagal and Ja Rule reels in $15 million at B.O.

2003

January — Launch of digital production division Resolution Digital, headed by Gavin Lloyd

February — Intl. distribution deal with Millennium Films extended.

2005

April — Andrew Douglas’ “The Amityville Horror”(pictured), with Ryan Reynolds, earns $65 million.

2006

March — Richard Donner crime drama “16 Blocks” with Bruce Willis hauls in $37 million B.O.

2008

April — Equity fund worth more than $100 million with Japan-based Imec and Korona

September — Jon Avnet crime drama “Righteous Kill” starring Robert De Niro and Al Pacino makes $40 million.

2009

November — Along with Cheetah Vision Films, partnership with Georgia-based entrepreneur
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