Tilford Cinema Corporation, also known as Tilford Cinema Studios, was a film studio business headquartered in New York City with film operations and studio activity in Miami, Florida. It was a pioneer in the studio for hire contracting system. The business was established in 1920 and was led by Walter Ford Tilford and Thomas W. Switzler.
Sets and studio space for filming The Purple Highway were provided by Tilford.
In 1922, Tilford bought out Gotham Pictures.
Wiard Boppo Ihnen became part owner and secretary of the film company.