Chairman Thomas J Barrack Jr said the movie reflected “stability and maturity” as top brass seek to grow the development and production business.
The securitisation included the issuance of a $250m aggregate principal amount of 3.34% of film library asset-backed notes offering due in 2026, as well as a $25m revolving credit facility.
It is understood the Santa Monica-based company has no immediate plans to use the credit funds until required.
“This refinancing reflects the stability and maturity of Miramax as an operating company and represents the next step in the company’s evolution,” said Barrack Jr.
“We appreciate that the market recognises Miramax’s quality of content, combined with the consistency, length, diversity and credit quality of contractual income streams, and we look forward to putting these additional funds to work as we grow new production in line with the powerful Miramax brand.”
Barclays served as the sole structuring advisor and sole bookrunner for the securitisation as well as the sole lender for the revolving credit facility.
Qatar Holding, together with the investor group led by Barrack Jr’s Colony Capital, purchased Miramax in 2010.
The film library contains more than 700 titles such as Pulp Fiction, Chicago and Good Will Hunting.
There are derivative TV series in the development pipeline for Gangs Of New York with Martin Scorsese (pictured), Cop Land with James Mangold, and Robert Rodriguez’s From Dusk Till Dawn: The Series.
Miramax in association Sony’s Screen Gems will release Jeremy Garelick’s The Wedding Ringer (starring Kevin Hart, Josh Gad and Kaley Cuoco on January 16, 2015.