Jeffrey Sharp

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Jeffrey Sharp is a feature film and TV producer.

As a producer, Sharp is currently in post-production on Nighthawks written and directed by Grant S. Johnson and starring Chace Crawford, Kevin Zegers, and Janet Montgomery.

Films slated for release in 2018 include UFO written and directed by Ryan Eslinger and starring Gillian Anderson, Alex Sharp, and David Strathairn; and The Yellow Birds written by David Lowery, directed by Alexandre Moors and starring Jennifer Aniston, Toni Collette, Jack Huston, Tye Sheridan, and Alden Ehrenreich.

Sharp has produced a series of Academy Award and Golden Globe winning and nominated films, including Boys Don't Cry, You Can Count on Me, Nicholas Nickleby, and Proof. With those movies, as well as other adaptations, including A Home at the End of the World, The Night Listener, and Evening, Sharp has worked to better integrate the publishing and film industries.

Sharp co-founded the digital publisher Open Road Integrated Media with former HarperCollins CEO Jane Friedman, which has become a leading independent e-book publisher in the US. At Open Road, Sharp looked for new ways to option film and TV rights as part of the publishing process, which led to the formation of Story Mining & Supply in Los Angeles in 2012 where Sharp, as President and CEO, oversaw the development and production of several feature films and TV shows from Open Road and other publishing properties including Outlander (nominated for three Golden Globes®).

Sharp is a member of AMPAS (The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences), BAFTA (British Academy of Film and Television Arts) and the PGA (Producers Guild of America). Sharp currently serves as Chairman of the Hamptons International Film Festival Advisory Board, member of the Board of Literacy Partners, and has served as Special Advisor for the Book Meets Film Forum at the Taipei International Book Expo, as well as London Book Fair, Frankfurt Book Fair and BookExpo of America. Sharp won an Independent Spirit Award for Best First Feature for Boys Don't Cry and You Can Count on Me, was nominated for a Best Picture Golden Globe for Nicholas Nickleby, and was honored with the Andrew Sarris Award in 2005 from the Columbia University School of the Arts for his contribution to independent film. Sharp graduated with an MFA in Film Studies from Columbia University and a BA from Colgate University.

Jeffrey Sharp is the son of William Sharp (Scientist).

Filmography[edit]

Year Title Director Box Office Notes
1991 The Doors Oliver Stone $34.4 million[1]
1998 Dark Harbor Adam Coleman Howard
1999 Boys Don't Cry Kimberly Peirce $20.7 million[2]

Academy Award for Best Actress
Winner Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress
Nominated
Golden Globe Award for Best Actress
Winner
Golden Globe Award for Best Supporting Actress
Nominated

GLAAD Media Award for Outstanding Film – Limited Release
Nominated - Guldbagge Award for Best Foreign Film
Nominated - Independent Spirit Award for Best First Feature
Nominated - National Board of Review Award for Best Film
Nominated - Satellite Award for Best Film
2000 You Can Count On Me Kenneth Lonergan $11 million[3]

Academy Award for Best Actress
Nominated
Academy Award for Best Adapted Screenplay
Nominated

American Film Institute Award - Movie of the Year
Independent Spirit Award for Best First Feature
Nominated - Critics' Choice Movie Award for Best Picture
Nominated - Chicago Film Critics Association Award for Best Film
Nominated - Dallas–Fort Worth Film Critics Association Award for Best Film
Nominated - National Board of Review Award for Best Film
2001 Lift DeMane Davis & Khari Streeter Nominated - Black Reel Award for Outstanding Television Movie or Limited Series
2002 Nicholas Nickleby Douglas McGrath $3.7 million[4] Nominated - Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy
Nominated - Young Artist Award - Best Family Feature Film - Drama
2003 Just Another Story GQ
Undefeated John Leguizamo TV Movie
2004 A Home at the End of the World Michael Mayer $1.5 million[5] Nominated - GLAAD Media Award for Outstanding Film – Wide Release
P.S. Dylan Kidd $180.000[6]
2005 Proof John Madden $14.2 million[7]

Golden Globe Award for Best Actress
Nominated

2006 The Night Listener Patrick Stettner $10.8 million[8] Nominated - GLAAD Media Award for Outstanding Film – Wide Release
2007 Evening Lajos Koltai $20 million[9]
2016 My Other Home Zi Yang
2017 The Yellow Birds Alexandre Moors
2019 Nighthawks Grant S. Johnson

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