The low temperature (ca. 300°C) deposition of antimony films by low-pressure chemical vapor deposition (LPCVD) on glass substrates from tribenzylantimony, Bn3Sb, is described. The facile elimination of the benzyl ligands results in preferentially oriented antimony films with low carbon content. The pyrolysis, decomposition mechanism and precursor design strategies are discussed. In addition, the deposition of bismuth from tribenzylbismuth, Bn3Bi, is presented. The potential for alloy growth using these precursors is discussed. Resulting films were characterized by XRD, SEM, and AFM.