Duplass Brothers Productions is an American independent film and television production company founded by Mark Duplass and Jay Duplass, two brothers who are also actors, directors, producers and writers. They have produced films such as The Puffy Chair (2005), Safety Not Guaranteed (2012), The One I Love (2014) and The Skeleton Twins (2014), and the HBO comedy-drama television series Togetherness (2015–2016) and Room 104 (2017-2020).
Duplass Brothers Productions was founded in 1996, with the release of the first film by brothers Jay Duplass and Mark Duplass. The company originally produced low-budget mumblecore films, but has since expanded to studio projects. In 2015, the Duplass Brothers expanded into television with their first series Togetherness, in which Mark also stars. In January 2015, Duplass Brothers Productions closed a four-picture deal with Netflix, involving financing from the company and, after a short theatrical run, the films being available to Netflix subscribers. In June 2015, Duplass Brothers Productions finalized a seven-picture distribution deal with The Orchard, releasing the Duplass-produced films theatrically prior to their Netflix release. Under the TV production arm Duplass Brothers Television, they signed a two-year overall deal with HBO in June 2015. In August 2016, Duplass Brothers announced another television project, Room 104, to air on HBO in 2017, which was quickly renewed for a second season. In 2018, it was announced the company had entered into a new four-picture deal with Netflix, which gave the streaming giant worldwide rights. Mel Eslyn was named president of Duplass Brothers Productions in 2017.
- Connect 5 (1996)
- The Puffy Chair (2006)
- Baghead (2008)
- Cyrus (2010)
- Jeff, Who Lives at Home (2011)
- Safety Not Guaranteed (2012)
- The Do-Deca-Pentathlon (2012)
- Bad Milo! (2013)
- The One I Love (2014)
- The Skeleton Twins (2014)
- Adult Beginners (2014)
- The Overnight (2015)
- Creep (2015)
- Tangerine (2015)
- 6 Years (2015)
- Manson Family Vacation (2015)
- The Bronze (2016)
- Blue Jay (2016)
- Rainbow Time (2016)
- Take Me (2017)
- Outside In (2017)
- Duck Butter (2018)
- Unlovable (2018)
- Paddleton (2019)
- Horse Girl (2020)
- Language Lessons (2021)
- 7 Days (2021)
- As of Yet (2021)
- Spin Me Round (2022)
- This Is John (2003)
- Scrapple (2004)
- The Intervention (2005)
- Togetherness (2015–16 for HBO)
- Animals. (2016–18 for HBO)
- Room 104 (2017–20 for HBO)
- Cinema Toast (2021– for Showtime)
- Somebody Somewhere (2021- for HBO)
- Asperger's Are Us (2016)
- Wild Wild Country (2018)
- Evil Genius: The True Story of America's Most Diabolical Bank Heist (2018)
- On Tour with Asperger's Are Us (2019 for HBO)
- The Lady and the Dale (2021 for HBO)
- Not Going Quietly (2021)
- Sasquatch (2021 for Hulu)
- Last Stop Larrimah (2023)
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- Patten, Dominic (January 23, 2015). "Netflix Makes 4-Pic Pact With Duplass Brothers – Sundance". Deadline Hollywood.
- Hipes, Patrick (June 22, 2015). "Duplass Brothers Ink Seven-Film Slate Deal with the Orchard". Deadline Hollywood.
- Wagmeister, Elizabeth (June 16, 2015). "Duplass Brothers Ink Overall Deal with HBO". Variety. Retrieved February 16, 2021.
- Andreeva, Nellie (August 4, 2016). "HBO Orders Duplass Brothers Anthology Comedy Series 'Room 104'". Deadline Hollywood. Retrieved August 4, 2016.
- Holloway, Daniel (August 24, 2017). "Duplass Brothers' 'Room 104' Renewed at HBO". Variety. Retrieved March 4, 2018.
- Kroll, Justin (February 21, 2018). "Netflix Lands Worldwide Rights to Next Four Duplass Brothers Films (EXCLUSIVE)". Variety. Retrieved March 4, 2018.
- "'Cinema Toast' Anthology Series from Jeff Baena & Duplass Brothers to Stream on Showtime". April 12, 2021.