|Type|| Private |
|Industry|| Entertainment |
|Founder||M. M. Hamsa|
Kalasangham Films is an Indian film production and distribution company based in the Malayalam film industry. It was founded by M. M. Hamsa.  It has since gone on to distribute several films in Malayalam and other regional Indian languages.
|1||Ee Parakkum Thalika||2001||Thaha ||It was also remade as Aaduthu Paaduthu in Telugu,|
Sundara Travels in Tamil and Dakota Express in Kannada.
|3||Bhagyadevatha ||2009||Sathyan Anthikkad||Asianet Film Award for Honour Special Jury (2010)|
|1||2001||Ee Parakkum Thalika||Thaha|
|2||2002||Meesa Madhavan||Lal Jose|
|5||2003||Mutham||S. A. Chandrasekhar|
|6||2003||C.I.D. Moosa||Johny Antony|
|7||2003||Pattalam (2003 film)||Lal Jose|
|8||2004||Whistle (2003 film)||J. D.- Jerry|
|10||2004||The Spy Who Loved Me (film)||Lewis Gilbert|
|11||2004||Rain Rain Come Again||Jayaraj|
|13||2004||Shock (2004 film)||Thiagarajan|
|15||2004||Kathavasheshan||T. V. Chandran|
|16||2004||Dreams (2004 film)||Kasthuri Raja|
|17||2004||Uyarangalil||I. V. Sasi|
|19||2005||Ji (film)||N. Linguswamy|
|21||2006||Lion (2006 film)||Joshiy|
|22||2006||Chess (2006 film)||Raj Babu|
|23||2006||Species III||Brad Turner|
|24||2006||The Don (2006 film)||Shaji Kailas|
|25||2006||Pakal (film)||M. A. Nishad|
|30||2008||Novel (film)||East Coast Vijayan|
|31||2008||Maisamma IPS||Bharath Parepalli|
|32||2008||Aandavan (2008 film)||Akbar Jose|
|35||2009||Aayirathil Oruvan (2009 film)||Sibi Malayil|
|37||2009||Kadhal Kadhai||Velu Prabhakaran|
|38||2009||Patham Nilayile Theevandi||Joshy Mathew|
|41||2010||Goa (2010 film)||Venkat Prabhu|
|45||2010||Malarvadi Arts Club||Vineeth Sreenivasan|
|46||2011||The Metro||Bipin Prabhakar|
|48||2011||Race (2011 film)||Kukku Surendran|
|51||2011||Badrinath (film)||V. V. Vinayak|
|53||2011||Adaminte Makan Abu||Salim Ahamed|
|54||2011||100% Love (2011 film)||Sukumar|
|55||2011||Orma Mathram||Madhu Kaithapram|
|59||2012||Naughty Professor||Hari Narayanan|
|60||2012||Akasathinte Niram||Dr. Biju|
|62||2012||Naan (2012 film)||Jeeva Shankar|
|65||2013||Housefull (2013 film)||Linson Antony|
|66||2013||Kutteem Kolum||Guinness Pakru|
|69||2013||Honey Bee (film)||Lal Jr.|
|70||2013||Kunjananthante Kada||Salim Ahamed|
|72||2013||Pattam Pole||Alagappan N|
|73||2013||Escape from Uganda||Rajesh Nair|
|74||2014||Mannar Mathai Speaking 2||Mamas|
|75||2014||To Noora with Love||Babu Narayanan|
|76||2014||Arima Nambi||Anand Shankar|
|78||2014||Jigarthanda (2014 film)||Karthik Subbaraj|
|79||2014||Irumbu Kuthirai||Yuvaraj Bose|
|80||2014||Madras (film)||Pa. Ranjith|
|81||2015||Kappal||Karthik G. Krish|
|82||2015||You Too Brutus (film)||Roopesh Peethambaran|
|83||2015||Chandrettan Evideya||Sidharth Bharathan|
|84||2015||Saigal Padukayanu||Sibi Malayil|
|85||2015||Salt Mango Tree||Rajesh Nair|
|86||2015||Anarkali (2015 film)||Sachy|
|88||2016||Valleem Thetti Pulleem Thetti||Rishi Sivakumar|
|89||2016||Oru Murai Vanthu Parthaya (film)||Sajan K. Mathew|
|90||2016||Pencil (film)||Mani Nagaraj|
|92||2016||Kattappanayile Rithwik Roshan||Nadirsha|
|93||2017||Jomonte Suvisheshangal||Sathyan Anthikad|
|2017||Ayal Jeevichirippundu  ||Vyasan K. P.|
|94||2017||Lakshyam (2017 film)||Anzar Khan|
|95||2017||Thondimuthalum Driksakshiyum||Dileesh Pothan|
|97||2017||Njanum Ente Sreeyum||Venu Sri Ram|
|98||2017||Aana Alaralodalaral||Dileep Mohan|
|99||2018||Carbon (2018 film)||Venu|
|100||2018||Kammara Sambhavam||Rathish Ambat|
|101||2018||Aravindante Athidhikal||M. Mohanan|
|102||2018||Njan Prakashan||Sathyan Anthikad|
|103||2019||An International Local Story||Harisree Ashokan|
|104||2019||And The Oscar Goes To...||Salim Ahamed|
|105||2019||My Santa (2019 film)||Sugeeth|
|107||2023||Pachuvum Athbhutha Vilakkum||Akhil Sathyan|
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