The New York movie studio co-founded by film producer Harvey Weinstein has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy. The bankruptcy was intended to facilitate a buy-out offer from Lantern Capital, a private equity firm, to purchase the assets of the company, including the rights to the show "Project Runway", as well as "Django Unchained" and approximately 275 other films. Lantern Capital had offered $225 million which it believed was the studio's debts. However the sale collapsed when Lantern Capital discovered the studio had an additional $55 million - $65 million in debt. If the sale had proceeded, it had been intended to set up a victim's fund worth up to $90 million. The company will be known as the first high-profile firm to go into bankruptcy as a direct result of alleged workplace sexual misconduct.