Brunetti at the 86th Academy Awards Nominee Luncheon
|Born||June 11, 1973|
Dana Brunetti 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 2001, Brunetti transformed Spacey's TriggerStreet Labs into a website platform for young filmmakers. The site enabled users worldwide to submit screenplays and short films for feedback from other members. TriggerStreet Labs was relaunched in 2002 as an early social media site, hosting member profiles, providing member ratings of submitted work and interactive forums. TriggerStreet steadily gained users resulting in it being named one of the top 50 best websites of 2004 by Time Magazine. In 2004, Spacey promoted Brunetti to President of TriggerStreet. Brunetti's first feature film producing credit was as Co-Producer on 2004's Beyond the Sea (2004). His first full feature credit was Mini's First Time (2006). His big break came in 2010 by producing the successful and Oscar-nominated The Social Network. He also produced Captain Phillips (2013) and the Netflix series "House of Cards" in that same year. He is slated to produce "50 Shades of Gray".
- 83rd Academy Awards, 2010
- Best Picture — The Social Network (shared with Scott Rudin, Michael De Luca and Cean Chaffin)