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Industry Motion pictures
Fate Bankruptcy
Founded September 2001
Defunct October 5, 2010
Headquarters New York City, United States
Parent Capitol Films
Divisions Velocity Home Entertainment

ThinkFilm (stylized as TH!NKFilm) was a U.S. film distribution company founded in September 2001. It had been a division of David Bergstein’s Capitol Films since 2006. On October 5, 2010, five of Bergstein's companies in the film industry - Capitol Films, ThinkFilm, R2D2, CT-1, and Capco - were forced into Chapter 11 bankruptcy by a group of creditors led by the Aramid Entertainment film investment fund seeking payment for outstanding debts of $16 million.[1] This led to a Hollywood legal battle between Bergstein, his financial partner, Ronald Tudor, the creditors, various lawyers and various companies in the industry.[2][3][4][5][6]

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  1. ^ Bergstein's ThinkFilm, Capitol Films Declared BankruptThe Wrap, October 06, 2010: Retrieved 2013-02-27
  2. ^ How Ron Tudor and David Bergstein's Friendship Went SourThe Hollywood Reporter, March 29, 2012: Retrieved 2013-02-27
  3. ^ Judge: Ronald Tudor Can't Escape Lawsuit Against David Bergstein CompaniesThe Hollywood Reporter, March 12, 2012: Retrieved 2013-02-27
  4. ^ David Bergstein Sues Bankruptcy Trustee for Trying to 'Destroy' HimThe Hollywood Reporter, December 4, 2012: Retrieved 2013-02-27
  5. ^ Film Financier David Bergstein’s Suit Against Law Firms DismissedDeadline Hollywood, September 25, 2012: Retrieved 2013-02-27
  6. ^ David Bergstein Lawsuit Claims He Was Shoved Aside After Miramax SaleDeadline Hollywood, April 9, 2012: Retrieved 2013-02-27
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