So the title is admittedly a bit hyperbolic, but I don't think Disney is primarily concerned with feature films. Also, their media networks division is further divided within that category, far less Sao than their theme parks division. Like, you have ESPN, ABC, Disney XD, Disney Channel, Vice, all that stuff, just in that one category. Disney+ is probably in the media networks devision as well.
I could get into the pedantic of how TV networks does not equal film, but that divide is slowly melting away in pure artistic senses. GoT, for example, feels more like a series of films than it does a TV show. I think Disney's The Mandalorian is doing the same thing. However, I still consider their media networks division different enough to not conflate it with Disney's film output.
So, sure, they're a film company, in the strictest sense that they are a company that makes films, but that's not their primary goal and it hasn't been for a while. All of their features as of late have all been to promote their various theme park experiences, and that's been public knowledge for a while now. Their films are subservient to their theme parks, not the other way around.