Anna Boden and Ryan Fleck

Fleck (left) and Boden in 2008 Anna Boden and Ryan K. Fleck are an American filmmaking duo. The duo rose to prominence for their work on the 2004 short film ''Gowanus, Brooklyn'', which earned the Grand Jury prize at the Sundance Film Festival. They went on to collaborate on the Academy Award-nominated film ''Half Nelson.'' Their film ''Sugar'' (2008) was honored as one of the Top 10 for 2009 at the American Film Institute Awards; and one of the Top Independent Films at the National Board of Review Awards 2009. They are best known for writing and directing ''Captain Marvel,'' which grossed over $1 billion and is one of the highest-grossing films of all time; which made Boden the first woman to direct a live-action movie that has grossed $1 billion.

The duo received a Primetime Emmy Award nomination as executive producers on the limited television series ''Mrs. America'' (2020). They are also known for their films'' It's Kind of a Funny Story'' (2010), ''Mississippi Grind'' (2015), ''Captain Marvel'' (2019) and ''Freaky Tales'' (2024). Provided by Wikipedia
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