Steve Golin - Details


Steve Golin most recently produced Spike Jonze's "Being John Malkovich" which won the Grand Prize at the 1999 Deauville Film Festival and stars John Cusack, John Malkovich and Cameron Diaz.
He served as a producer on Neil LaBute's "Nurse Betty" starring Morgan Freeman and Renee Zellweger as well as LaBute's previous film, "Your Friends & Neighbors." Golin's other motion picture producer credits include Joseph Ruben's "Return to Paradise," David Fincher's "The Game," Jane Campion's "The Portrait of a Lady," and Barry Levinson's "Sleepers."

Golin recently founded Anonymous Content, a multifaceted production and management company developing new media, television, feature films, music videos and commercials. He attended New York University Film School and began his career as a commercial photographer before entering the American Film Institute's Producer's Program in 1981.

In 1986, Golin co-founded, along with directors David Fincher and Dominic Sena, Propaganda Films, which went on to become one of the premiere multimedia companies in the world. Propaganda's innovative music video and commercials divisions, respectively, produced imaginative and award-winning works for top recording artists like Madonna and Janet Jackson and virtually every leading advertiser.

The company's equally active television division produced critically acclaimed and award-winning programs including the Showtime anthology series "Fallen Angels" and highly rated PBS miniseries "Armistead Maupin's Tales of the City" among others.

Under Golin's 13-year tenure as CEO, Propaganda's feature film production base steadily grew while holding true to the creative edge that became the company's hallmark. Additional film credits include John Dahl's "Red Rock West," "Truth or Dare" and "Kill Me Again" which was awarded First Place at the Cognac Film Festival, David Lynch's "Wild at Heart," winner of the Palme d'Or at the 1990 Cannes Film Festival and Dominic Sena's "Kalifornia" which earned the International Film Critics Jury Prize at the 1993 Montreal Film Festival.