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Spotlight Film Producer Steve Golin Lost His Battle Against Cancer, Died At 64

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Oscar-winning American film and television producer Steve Golin died on 21st April, Sunday. Suffering from cancer, the Spotlight film producer was 64 years old when he died.

Golin had produced many films including The Revenant. The film won the Academy Award for Best Cinematography and Best Actor in 2016. 




He was the Founder and CEO of the Anonymous Content LLP –  A multimedia development, production and talent management company. He has worked with many actors Emma Stone, Mahershala Ali, Winona Ryder, and James Franco to name a few

 

Steve Golin has also worked with filmmakers such as Edgar Wright and Alfonso Cuaron, he was an executive producer on HBO’s True Detective and the upcoming series Catch-22.




Also, the co-founder and CEO of Propaganda Films, best known for 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.

Steve had also produced BAFTA Award Winner for Best Original Screenplay – Eternal Sunshine of The Spotless Mind (2004) that starred Jim Carrey and Academy Award Winner Kate Winslet.




Golin has also earned 3 Best picture nomination at the Academy Awards for financing The Revenant and Spotlight, besides being nominated for Primetime Emmy for True Detective and Mr. Robot.

HBO confirmed the death with a statement, “As a prolific producer of film and television, Steve Golin was a man of impeccable taste and unmatched instincts. Those of us at HBO fortunate enough to have worked with him also knew him as a true gentleman and a superb partner. We are deeply saddened by this loss.”

Golin was survived by his daughter.




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