Trigger Street Productions is an entertainment production company formed by Kevin Spacey and his producing partner Dana Brunetti in 1997. The company's credits include The Social Network, 21,Shrink, Fanboys, Father Of Invention, the Emmy-nonimated Bernard and Doris, Emmy-nominated Recount, Mini's First Time, Beyond the Sea, The United States of Leland and The Big Kahuna, as well as stage productions of The Iceman Cometh and Cobb.
TriggerStreet.com, originally the URL for the company's online presence, was 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.
TriggerStreet.com is currently sponsored by Stella Artois. In October 2009, the site and Stella Artois hosted the Stella Artois Short Film Project. The project was hosted on TriggerStreet.com, and awarded the grand prize of $50,000 USD to Jason Klein, for his short film "A Perfect Time".
The name "Trigger Street" is a reference to an actual street in Spacey's boyhood home of Chatsworth, where Roy Rogers and Dale Evans (and Roy's horse Trigger) had their ranch. Spacey and his childhood friends dreamed of opening a neighborhood theater where they could stage their own "Trigger Street" productions.