Bleecker Street
Bleecker Street (stylized as BLΞΞCKER STRΞΞT) is a New York City-based film distribution company.
Bleecker Street has received 11 nominations for major awards (Academy Awards, British Academy Film Awards, Golden Globe Awards, Screen Actors Guild Awards), including Academy Award for Best Actor nominations for both Bryan Cranston (Trumbo) and Viggo Mortensen (Captain Fantastic).
On March 20, 2015, Bleecker Street released their first film, Dan Fogelman’s Danny Collins, which earned its star Al Pacino a Golden Globe Award nomination for Best Actor – Motion Picture Musical or Comedy. They followed up in May with Brett Haley’s I’ll See You In My Dreams, which Bleecker Street acquired at the Sundance Film Festival that year.[i] The same year, they released Pawn Sacrifice, Beast of No Nation, and Trumbo, the later garnering Bryan Cranston an Academy Award, Screen Actors Guild (SAG) Award, and Golden Globe Award nomination, as well as a Golden Globe and SAG nomination for Helen Mirren, and SAG nomination for Outstanding Ensemble Cast.
In 2016, they released six films, including Gavin Hood’s drone thriller Eye in the Sky with Helen Mirren, Jim Jarmusch’s critically acclaimed Paterson, and Matt Ross’s Captain Fantastic for which Viggo Mortensen received an Academy Award, Screen Actor’s Guild Award, and Golden Globe nomination. Captain Fantastic also garnered a Screen Actor’s Guild Award nominations for outstanding ensemble cast. For 2017, Bleecker Street has released six films, including James Gray adventure The Lost City of Z, Stephen Soderbergh’s comedy caper Logan Lucky, Andy Serkis’ romance Breathe, and Bharat Nalluri’s The Man Who Invented Christmas about Charles Dickens writing his classic A Christmas Carol, with Dan Stevens as the famous writer. Future films include McQueen, Ian Bonhote’s documentary about the fashion designer Alexander McQueen, Brad Anderson’s thriller Beirut, and Mark Pellington’s drama Nostalgia.
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Address New York City, New York, U.S.