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Steve Golin (b. March 6, 1955 - d. April 21, 2019) was an American film and television producer. He was a Producer for the first and second season of Netflix's "13 Reasons Why". The show dedicated the first episode of the third season to him.[1]

Biography Edit

He was the founder and CEO of Anonymous Content LLP, a multimedia development, production and talent management company and co-founder and former CEO of Propaganda Films.[2] Golin graduated from the Tisch School of the Arts at New York University in 1976.[3]

Golin and partner Joni Sighvatsson launched Propaganda Films, a talent management, advertising, and video production company, in 1986. They built Propaganda into the largest music video and commercial production company in the world, winning more MTV Video Awards and Cannes Palme d'Or Awards than any other company and quickly became a home for the most sought-after young music video and commercial directors. One of its first discoveries was David Fincher, then an unknown video director.

Golin and Sighvatsson sold the company to PolyGram, but when PolyGram was sold to Seagram in 1998, Golin lost control of the company and exited in 1999.

Golin's next company, Anonymous Content, located in Culver City, California, was launched in early 2000. Golin has guided the company's commercial division to become one of the top commercial production entities in the industry, producing spots and campaigns for Audi, Citibank, Coca-Cola, Ford, Intel, Nike, Pepsi, United Airlines, and others.

Credits Edit

Executive Producer

Season 1 Edit

Season 2 Edit

Season 3 Edit

Awards Edit

  • He won Best Motion Picture at the 2016 Academy Awards for Spotlight.
  • He won Best Film at the 2016 BAFTA Awards for The Revenant.
  • He won the Franklin J. Schaffner Award at the 2009 American Film Institute
  • He won Best Motion Picture at the 2004 Awards Circuit Community Awards for Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind.
  • He won an ACE award at the 1991 CableACE Awards for Heat Wave.
  • He won the Independent Spirit Award in 2000 and 2016 for (in order of years stated previously) Best First Feature for Being John Malkovich and Best Feature for Spotlight.
  • He won the Gold Derby Award for Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind under 'Motion Picture' at the 2005 Gold Derby Awards.
  • He won the Gotham Independent Film Award for Spotlight under 'Best Feature' and earned a Tribute Award at the 2015 Gotham Awards.
  • He won a OFTA Film Award for Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind under 'Best Picture' at the 2005 Online Film & Television Association Awards.
  • He won a Vision Award for Being John Malkovich under 'Theatrical Motion Pictures' at the 2000 PGA Awards.
  • He won the Career Achievement Award at the 2015 Zurich Film Festival.

External Links Edit

References Edit

  1. Yorkey, Brian (writer) & Morris, Michael (director). (August 23, 2019). "Yeah. I'm the New Girl". 13 Reasons Why. Season 3. Episode 1.
  2. Boston (boston.com) –– "For original work, producer is the real deal Innovative film talents are drawn to Steve Golin" (Retrieved January 28, 2019)
  3. NYU | TISH (tisch.nyu.edu) –– "66th Primetime Emmy® Nominees" (Retrieved January 28, 2019)
13 Reasons Why Crew
Season 1
WRITERS

Brian YorkeyDiana SonElizabeth BenjaminHayley TylerJulia BicknellKirk MooreNathan Louis JacksonNic SheffThomas Higgins

PRODUCERS

Brian Yorkey • Diana Son • Elizabeth Benjamin • Hayley Tyler • Joy Gorman-WettelsKristel LaiblinMandy TeefeyMarissa Jo CerarMichael Sugar • Nathan Louis Jackson • Selena GomezSteve Golin • Thomas Higgins • Tom McCarthy

DIRECTORS

Carl FranklinGregg ArakiHelen ShaverJessica YuKyle Patrick Alvarez


Season 2
WRITERS

Brian Yorkey • Felischa Marye • Hayley Tyler • Julia Bicknell • Kirk Moore • Marissa Jo Cerar • Nic Sheff • Rohit Kumar • Thomas Higgins

PRODUCERS

Brian Yorkey • Hayley Tyler • Joy Gorman-Wettels • Kristel Laiblin • Mandy Teefey • Marissa Jo Cerar • Michael Sugar • Nathan Louis Jackson • Selena Gomez • Steve Golin • Thomas Higgins • Tom McCarthy • Nic Sheff • Kyle Patrick Alvarez • Michael Morris

DIRECTORS

Eliza Hittman • Gregg Araki • Helen Shaver • Jessica Yu • Karen MoncrieffKat Candler • Kyle Patrick Alvarez • Michael Morris


Season 3
WRITERS

Allen MacDonaldAurora Guerrero • Brian Yorkey • Felischa Marye • Hayley Tyler • Helen Shang • Julia Bicknell • M.K. Malone • Marissa Jo Cerar • Mfoniso Udofia • Nathan Louis Jackson • Nic Sheff • Rohit Kumar • Thomas Higgins • Trevor Marti Smith

PRODUCERS

Brian Yorkey • Hayley Tyler • Joy Gorman-Wettels • Kat Candler • Kristel Laiblin • Kyle Patrick Alvarez • Mandy Teefey • Marissa Jo Cerar • Michael Sugar • Nathan Louis Jackson • Selena Gomez • Steve Golin • Thomas Higgins • Tom McCarthy

DIRECTORS

Bronwen Hughes • Eliza Hittman • Helen Shaver • Jessica Yu • John T. Kretchmer • Karen Moncrieff • Kat Candler • Kevin Dowling • Michael Morris


Season 4
WRITERS

Allen MacDonald • Brian Yorkey • Evangeline OrdazFranky D. Gonzalez • Hayley Tyler • M.K. Malone • Sahar Jahani • Thomas Higgins

PRODUCERS

Brian Yorkey • Hayley Tyler • Jane Bartelme • Joy Gorman-Wettels • Kristel Laiblin • Kat Candler • Kim Cybulski • Kyle Patrick Alvarez • Mandy Teefey • Marissa Jo Cerar • Michael Sugar • Nathan Louis Jackson • Selena Gomez • Steve Golin • Thomas Higgins • Tom McCarthy

DIRECTORS

Brenda StrongMichael SucsyRussell MulcahySunu GoneraTommy Lohmann


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