Steve Golin, Founder and CEO of Anonymous Content, Dies at 64

Steve Golin, Founder and CEO of Anonymous Content, Dies at 64
Steve Golin, the Oscar-winning film and TV producer of “Spotlight” and founder-ceo of Anonymous Content, has died after a battle with cancer. He was 64.

Along with partner Sigurjón “Joni” Sighvatsson, Golin launched Propaganda Films in 1986 and shepherded the early careers of directors such as David Fincher, Spike Jonze, Michael Bay, Antoine Fuqua, Gore Verbinski, Alex Proyas and more.

The company quickly became known as a home for the most ambitious and sought after music video and commercial directors, helping the company win both Palme d’Or prizes and MTV Video Awards.

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After exiting the company in 1999, Golin founded Anonymous Content in early 2000 in Culver City and produced such films as “Being John Malkovich,” “Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind,” “Babel” and “The Revenant.” He won his Oscar for the 2015 film “Spotlight” and was also nominated for
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