SPI International is an independent cinema and television distributor with headquarters in New York and a network of offices located in Madrid, Ankara, Bratislava, Prague and Warsaw. For 15 years, SPI has operated in the international market, cooperating with Capitol, Mutual, Miramax, Buena Vista, J&M, Lakeshore, Cutting Edge, Kushner-Locke, among others. By taking over the New Films International company in 1999, SPI acquired rights to many films from Miramax, Buena Vista, Lakeshore and Film Four with distribution rights for Poland, the Czech Republic and Slovakia. SPI International Polska is involved in the production and distribution of Polish films, such as It's Me Now, the debut by Anna Jadowska or Chaos by Xawery Żuławski, and most recently Fur by Tomasz Drozdowicz and Midnight Talk by Maciej Żak. In 2006 the company distributed the following titles: Pulp Fiction, Breakfast on Pluto, Paris I Love You, The Science of Sleep, Just Friends, The Merchant of Venice, Match Point and Asterix and the Vikings, as well as a number of Polish productions: Chaos, Palimpsest and It's Me Now. Titles released in 2007 include The Queen, Hannibal, The Illusionist and many others, among them the Polish feature Skylights. Most recent releases include Astérix aux jeux olympiques, Die Welle, Entre les murs, Transporter 3 and The Wrestler, as well as the Polish feature Midnight Talk.