Epoch Films is a twenty five-year-old production company with offices in New York, Los Angeles, and London. Our long term success is rooted in a single belief: talented people working together produce great things. We produce content for all forms of media — commercials, music videos, web videos, feature films…
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ABOUT EPOCH'S FOUNDER.
Mindy Goldberg is the founder of Epoch Films. She formed the company in 1989 with a vision of creating a place for talented young directors to gain access to the otherwise restricted commercial marketplace. Today, twenty five years later, Epoch is a leading commercial production company with offices in New York, Los Angeles and London. During her tenure at Epoch Films, Goldberg is proud to have helped launch and build the careers of a strong contingent of successful commercial directors.
In 2005, Goldberg began Epoch’s push into feature films. The first film Goldberg produced under the Epoch banner was JUNEBUG, directed by Phil Morrison, and released by Sony Pictures Classics. The film earned an Independent Spirit Award for Amy Adams as well as an Oscar nomination for best supporting actress. In 2008, Goldberg produced GIGANTIC, directed by Matt Aselton. The film premiered at the 2009 Toronto International Film Festival.
Goldberg produced two films in 2013, GOODBYE TO ALL THAT, the directorial debut by JUNEBUG writer, Angus MacLachlan, and LOWDOWN, the first narrative feature film by Epoch director and partner, Jeff Preiss. LOWDOWN stars John Hawkes, Elle Fanning, Glenn Close, Peter Dinklage, Lena Headey, and Flea (of the Red Hot Chili Peppers), and will premiere in competition at the 2014 Sundance Film Festival.
Continuing to build Epoch’s diverse slate, Goldberg, is attached to produce THREEWAY, an original narrative written by Peter Warren for Epoch comedy-pro, Michael Downing to direct; Matt Aselton’s second feature, RODEO IN JOLIET, based on the memoir by Glenn Rockowitz; and FATHERS AND SONS, written by Angus MacLachlan with Phil Morrison attached to direct.