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ANNA BODEN & RYAN FLECK (Director/Story by/Screenplay by) met on the set of a student film when Boden was studying film at Columbia University and Fleck was a student at New York University film school. Together they began their collaborations with the documentary "Young Rebels."

In 2006 Fleck and Boden wrote, and Fleck directed, the feature film "Half Nelson," starring Ryan Gosling, who was nominated for an Academy Award for his performance. The film also won movie of the year at the AFI Awards, with Boden and Fleck being nominated for an Independent Spirit Award for best screenplay as well as Fleck winning best director at several regional awards, including the Gotham Awards, Boston Society of Film Critics Awards, New York Film Critics Circle Awards and the Philadelphia Film Festival.

Boden and Fleck followed the film by writing and directing the independent film "Sugar," which was an introspective sports drama that followed the life of a talented Dominican baseball player. The film won movie of the year at the AFI Awards and received critical praise.

In 2010, Boden and Fleck wrote and directed the film "It's Kind of a Funny Story," starring Keir Gilchrist, Lauren Graham, Zach Galifianakis and Zoƫ Kravitz. They followed the film by writing and directing the road movie "Mississippi Grind," starring Ben Mendelsohn, Ryan Reynolds and Sienna Miller.

On television, Boden and Fleck have directed episodes of HBO's "Room 104," Showtime's "Billions," "The Affair" and "The Big C." Fleck has also directed three episodes of "Looking."


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