Dana Brunetti

Dana Brunetti (born June 11, 1973) is an American film producer. He is currently president of Trigger Street Productions, which was founded by the actor Kevin Spacey in 1997, and Founder of Trigger Street Labs. In 2008 he produced the film 21, a film based on the New York Times best selling book Bringing Down The House by Ben Mezrich. In early 2009, Brunetti worked with the author again and produced the film The Social Network, based on Mezrich’s book The Accidental Billionaires, which was adapted by Aaron Sorkin and directed by David Fincher. In 2011 the film was nominated for 8 Oscars, including Best Picture, Music (Original Score), Actor In A Leading Role, Cinematography, Directing, Film Editing, Sound Mixing and Writing (Adapted Screenplay). Brunetti talked about The Social Network on KCRW's The Business Podcast . He also produced Fanboys, a 2009 comedy film about fanatic Star Wars fans. The film was distributed by The Weinstein Company, and originally slated for release on August 17, 2007. However, after numerous notorious delays for re-shoots and disagreements over the film’s final cut, Fanboys release was delayed until February 9, 2009.

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