Kevin Spacey's Trigger Street
Trigger Street Productions is an entertainment production company formed in 1997 by Kevin Spacey and his producing partner Dana Brunetti. The company's credits include Captain Phillips, Shakespeare High, The Social Network, 21, Shrink, Fanboys, the Emmy-nonimated Bernard and Doris, Emmy-nominated Recount, and Emmy-nominated House of Cards, as well as stage productions of The Iceman Cometh and Cobb.
The name "Trigger Street" is a reference to an actual street in Spacey's boyhood home of Chatsworth, where Roy Rogers, Dale Evans, and Roy's horse Trigger had their ranch.
Trigger Street Labs was developed by Dana Brunetti and launched in 2002 as an online community for unrepresented writers and filmmakers. It proved immensely popular in its first few years, with thousands of online users uploading their work, reviewing work by their peers and participating in online competitions and short film festivals.
Jameson First Shot Jameson First Shot was established to look for outstanding writer/directors to enter annual competitions where they are offered an incredible opportunity; a 'first shot' in the film industry to have their short film produced by Trigger Street Productions and to have the chance to direct such stars as Kevin Spacey, Willem Dafoe, and Uma Thurman in the leading role.
Watch the Charlie Rose Interview:
An interview with Kevin Spacey, November 13, 2002.
Kevin Spacey talks about his new web site, TriggerStreet.com, which provides a forum for screenwriters and filmmakers to gain exposure for and feedback on their work. He also discusses his involvement in politics and his upcoming film about Bobby Darin.
to look through all the scripts. -- Kevin Spacey, BBC News Online, November 26, 2002