At Epoch Features we aspire to tell great stories of all sorts across all platforms with filmmakers of diverse style and experience levels.
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 mainstream. Today, twenty three years later, Epoch has offices in New York, Los Angeles and London and is considered a leading commercial production company. During her tenure at Epoch Films, Goldberg is credited with helping start and build successful commercial directing careers.
In 2005, Goldberg launched Epoch’s transition into feature films. The first company film, produced by Goldberg, was “Junebug”, directed by Phil Morrison, released by Sony Pictures Classics. The film garnered an Independent Spirit Award for Amy Adams as well as an Oscar nomination for best supporting actress.
In 2008, Goldberg produced the company’s second film, “Gigantic”, directed by Matt Aselton. The film premiered at the 2009 Toronto International Film Festival.
Goldberg is now working with acclaimed independent producer, Anne Carey, to build a company focused on producing feature films and television.